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Planet X Echostorm Softshell Jacket - £29.99

£29.99 @ Planet X
Seems like a good price for a decent windproof and waterproof jacket, lots of sizes avaliable. Fleece lined, waterproof shell; ideal for cold, damp days in the saddle when keeping warm, dry and co… Read More
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
Seems like a good price for a decent windproof and waterproof jacket, lots of sizes avaliable.

Fleece lined, waterproof shell; ideal for cold, damp days in the saddle when keeping warm, dry and comfortable is the priority.
Perfectly suited to winter road riding, this high performance jacket balances the need for warmth with advanced ventilation. Designed with cyclists in mind, the Echstorm is cut longer at the back, and with extra room around the biceps and back for extra protection and comfort. For storing away in-ride essentials the large zipped rear pocket, and MP3 compartment add to the features.
The Echostorm is versatile enough to be worn off the bike, or for other pursuits. Designed and tested by Jamie Burrow, 365 days a year.
Outer:100% polyester
Lining: 100% polyester
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#1
I never understood buying a cycling jacket in white, for winter and autumn use. It will spend more time in the wash. I think the black one is the same price, although obviously not as visible.
2 Likes #2
Be seen be safe......er
#3
robklancs
I never understood buying a cycling jacket in white, for winter and autumn use. It will spend more time in the wash. I think the black one is the same price, although obviously not as visible.

yeah, me too, i thought if i posted a pic of the black one it would get all the non cyclists posting about how ridiculous cyclists are wearing black etc etc.

If you have good lights and have decent reflective parts on your clothing the colour really doesn't matter once it is dark
1 Like #4
White's not so bad if you're man enough to use mudguards.

I just bought the On One version which has a zip off hood. Similar price and black/orange.
#5
my white pearl izumi jacket got washed more than me last winter.
#6
Leave it mucky. Anyone remember that old craze of "spray on mud" people put on cars to *try* make it look like they were pro rally drivers?!
#7
Ordered in black and got some new gloves too. £33 I'm more than happy with spending.

After getting destroyed by the rain on the way home Friday I've been in the market for a new coat and HUKD delivers again!
#8
robklancs
I never understood buying a cycling jacket in white, for winter and autumn use. It will spend more time in the wash. I think the black one is the same price, although obviously not as visible.
do you even cycle bro?
#9
I just bought this one a Wiggle, more expensive, but has some great reviews:

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb-eq25-waterproof-cycling-jacket/

...I got absolutely soaked through on Sat, hence the new purchase.
#10
anewman
Leave it mucky. Anyone remember that old craze of "spray on mud" people put on cars to *try* make it look like they were pro rally drivers?!

eh nope
#11
anewman
Leave it mucky. Anyone remember that old craze of "spray on mud" people put on cars to *try* make it look like they were pro rally drivers?!

Just you on that one ...
banned#12
anewman
Leave it mucky. Anyone remember that old craze of "spray on mud" people put on cars to *try* make it look like they were pro rally drivers?!
what weird part of the country do you come from?
1 Like #14
Yeah I remember it. Snobs purchased it to spray on their 4x4s so it looked like they actually went off road, not just on the school run.

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