Mine's exactly the same. Decent bit of kit and packs up small which is a bonus.
As they're still available, thought I'd give some feedback. Just received mine and it's not quite the item pictured. Given it's titled as '2017' I'd assumed they were selling off the older design which is what the pictures are of. What I received was the recent design, probably discontinued now hence the sale, which may well have been originally released in 2017. See: https://www.endurasport.com/product/lumijak/ for pictures of the [different] version I received. The crucial difference is in the arms, they are around 60% mesh panel down most of the length with only a relatively thin strip of Pertex down the outer part pf the arms for windblock. Definitely not shower resistant for the arms, more like a gilet++. That said the design is ideal for me, I was after something windproof and breathable, more than something waterproof, for those cool but not cold days when a jacket is too warm. So it suits me, but thought I should mention it for those who are still considering it. The body part seems like it might be quite shower resistant, but the weather's not conducive to testing that this week.
Great timing for winter commuting season to begin! Purchased a small as the actual sizes in inches seem to be one to two inches larger than I’d expect for S, M, L. Recently got a lightweight black Fox jacket in medium thats the same size as this endura jacket in the small size
I can guarantee that in every ride home somebody will walk into the road looking at their phone. It's a state of hypnosis and time that actively engaging with a device on the road was treated in the same way as if driving using your phone. It's nuts !
Looks like this is Endura's lightest, least waterproof jacket - you need to go up to the next price level (the Luminite) to get proper waterproofing rather than just showerproof. Experience (I have a Luminite) tells me that'll be at the cost of breathability. Looks ideal for a small, lightweight, showerproof jacket but don't expect to survive a prolonged downpour in it.