Endura Windchill II Jacket Green High Viz reduced to £26.99 from £89,99 Evans Cycles
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Endura Windchill II Jacket Green High Viz reduced to £26.99 from £89,99 Evans Cycles

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"While only its front and sleeves are waterproof"

Cold (and wet)
Thanks, just ordered

TCB gives another 90p off too
Great price. Endura stuff is usually well made n reviews are very good. Shame there's only small left now.
Lol, get it in yellow and you'll look like the only gay in the village
Have to lose a good 30 kilos before I can fit in any of the sizes that they have Still If I were a skinny cyclist, this is a great deal.
OutwithCameron123 m ago

Lol, get it in yellow and you'll look like the only gay in the village




Or might keep you alive as people can see you on the road
OutwithCameron144 m ago

Lol, get it in yellow and you'll look like the only gay in the village


I couldn't find it in yellow
The.Crew.Designs44 m ago

Or might keep you alive as people can see you on the road


Thats debatable as these things only really work dawn to dusk. You need something more like provviz. Even then some drivers seem blind to cyclists.
mcrobbj26 m ago

Thats debatable as these things only really work dawn to dusk. You need …Thats debatable as these things only really work dawn to dusk. You need something more like provviz. Even then some drivers seem blind to cyclists.



My mind anything a bit bright is good and better than the current trend of wearing all black on bikes Been cycling for many years and no one would ever think of wearing black on the roads but they do now. Not sure if they think its cool or what but in my opinion they are gambling with their lives. You would not see anyone else on roads either road workers, RAC police etc on main roads in black.

But you are right nothing is 100% and you could be lit like a neon sign and still some drivers would not see you or more likely not care to see you
Probably a good item but if it wasn't aimed at cyclists it would only be £26.99 in the first place - cyclists are treated like mugs, and respond appropriately!
Besford1 h, 10 m ago

Probably a good item but if it wasn't aimed at cyclists it would only be …Probably a good item but if it wasn't aimed at cyclists it would only be £26.99 in the first place - cyclists are treated like mugs, and respond appropriately!



Yep something cycling at £100 to it
The.Crew.Designs30th Nov

My mind anything a bit bright is good and better than the current trend of …My mind anything a bit bright is good and better than the current trend of wearing all black on bikes Been cycling for many years and no one would ever think of wearing black on the roads but they do now. Not sure if they think its cool or what but in my opinion they are gambling with their lives. You would not see anyone else on roads either road workers, RAC police etc on main roads in black.But you are right nothing is 100% and you could be lit like a neon sign and still some drivers would not see you or more likely not care to see you



Black is likely better in the day time or when it's bright. It's about contrast against the background. I read there was some research indicating black is better in the day than high viz.

Also lights are likely more useful, and don't make you look ridiculous.

I do like the look of the Proviz silver jackets though. They're more reflective, and not fugly like the typical the yellow high viz
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