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Review: Pactimo Ultra-Light Rain Jacket

May 01, 2014

Review: Pactimo Ultra-Light Rain Jacket

A clear, breathable rain jacket that fits in your jersey pocket.

by Hannah Ustel / Total Women’s Cycling

Pactimo began in 2003 in Denver, Colorado and continues to manufacture custom cycling clothing from their factory in China for a huge number of teams worldwide. Alongside their custom apparel, they now offer a branded line of well-thought out gear with plenty to tempt us ladies to part with our cash.

The Women’s Ultra-Light rain jacket comes in two colours – black and a see-through white number that’s designed for your team kit to show through.

Initially, I had my reservations about this jacket – it looked worryingly like a prophylactic when first unwrapped, and having tested some really horrid clear rain jackets, I was concerned it would feel unpleasantly rubbery.

Thankfully, Pactimo have used a very soft, stretchy fabric, which is not plasticky at all. It is slightly noisy, but you get used to it.

Read the rest of the review on Total Women’s Cycling »

Cycling Rain Jacket Review - totalwomenscycling.com 

 



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