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New for 2015: Cascade RT Jacket

October 21, 2015

New for 2015: Cascade RT Jacket

Our best selling Cascade Jacket now comes with Reflective Technology!

Frost is on the ground, and you breathe clouds of mist as you pedal into the cool morning. You are warm, protected, visible, and you enjoy every stroke…because you are wearing the Cascade Jacket.

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New to our Fall and Winter Collection, our best-selling Cascade Jacket now comes with Reflective Technology (RT) carefully positioned through the back to maximize visibility to passing motorists.

This revolutionary fabric has refractive elements impregnated directly into the cloth that “explode” with brightness when illuminated by exposure from direct light such as a car’s headlights.

The RT fabric along with strategically placed reflective trim provides 360° safety.

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All leading edges and front panels are protected by Climabloc™, a wind and waterproof laminated membrane fabric, making even the cold days a good day to be on your bike. Your core will remain warm and dry in cold winter wind or icy wheel spray.

One of the biggest issues with riding in cold weather is overheating. So, we strategically positioned Milano technical all-way stretch fleece to maximize both warmth and breathability as you regulate temperature shifts.

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Gusseted cuffs firmly seal out cold and moisture creating seamless connection with your gloves. The elevated rear collar gently presses against the shape of your neck, keeping the cold from rolling down your back as you press forward into the wind.

The single, large zipper-closed rear pocket is 100% waterproof and the internal zipper breast pocket provide a secure, easy to access place to store your small essentials.

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Here’s some of the details:

  • Built to be your first layer of defense against the cold, the Cascade is the perfect jacket for fall, winter, and early spring layering
  • Reflective Technology fabric in the back panel
  • Climabloc™ wind & water resistant front, arm and shoulder panels
  • Italian Milano fleece back
  • 360° reflective trim
  • Gusset cuff
  • Internal zippered breast pocket
  • Large waterproof, zippered rear pocket
  • Cold weather gear – good for rides down to 35° F
  • Easy grab zipper pulls for use with gloves

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