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Reviewed: Pactimo Storm Hybrid

December 06, 2016

Reviewed: Pactimo Storm Hybrid

"It's purpose is to keep you warm and dry in a wide range of temperatures while not flapping around."

by AJ Johnson / Triathlete.com

"Naming a product should be pretty straightforward, unless that product doesn’t fit into any of the standard categories. That’s the case for the Storm Hybrid Jacket from Pactimo. It’s not a jacket in the traditional sense, but nor is it a thermal jersey with matching arm warmers. As the term hybrid implies, it is two pieces merged together to be incredibly versatile.

Trying to describe the Storm Hybrid is not easy. If you started with a thermal jersey, slimmed it down for a very close fit, added matching arm warmers and gave the whole thing a water shedding treatment, you’d end up with the Storm Hybrid. It’s purpose is to keep you warm and dry in a wide range of temperatures while not flapping around.

The Hybrid is made with Aerowind stretch thermal fabric that has a soft feel inside. The DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment gives the outside a slick sheen to it. It has reflective piping along the back, a full zipper and the three back pockets. All of this is very simple, but don’t that let you fool you into thinking it’s not effective."

Read the rest of the review on Triathlete.com »

Triathlete.com Storm Hybrid Review



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