Café du Cycliste Zélie jacket review

Joseph Delves Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 15:41 A specialist audax or bike-packing jacket that’ll suit a range of riding styles 3.5 / 5 £244 A jacket made for audax style adventures, the Zélie is filled with Primaloft insulation and uses a technical exterior fabric to seal out the weather. A light puffer jacket, but vented enough to resist filling with vapour, it should remain as wearable once you've made camp as it is while out rolling. With its insulation, hood, and multiple pockets, it’s far from the average cycling jacket or jersey, yet with a cycling specific design, it’s definitely not a repurposed bit of hiking gear either. Image 7 of 12 Image 7 of 12 Recently, a few brands have decided that riding in an insulated jacket might be something to consider. I’ve not always been a fan, often finding it first a hot and sweaty, then cold ...

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