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Essential Cold Weather Jacket to Drop Winter

Does life get any better than when you’re out on a cold, crisp winter ride, on one of those beautiful days when the sun is out and you can see your breath in little clouds as you battle your way up your favorite climb? To ensure the reality matches the romantic ideal, the right kit is essential. Endura’s latest windproof offering, the FS260-Pro SL Thermal Windproof Jacket, will meet the challenge head on providing fantastic thermal regulation, critical windproof protection and a close race fit making it ideal for long, low tempo training rides or fast and furious short blasts.


Inspired by the windproof jacket Endura produce to keep the Movistar Team warm, the FS260-Pro SL Thermal Windproof Jacket has a thoroughbred pedigree being constructed from high quality fabrics with meticulous attention to detail. The 4 way stretch windproof fabric with a thermal grid lining on front and sleeves acts as an effective barrier against both the wind and cold. High stretch, thermal rear panels are extremely breathable and quickly wick sweat away. The sculpted, high cut, double layer collar and seamless, extended cuffs for improved glove integration add to warmth and comfort, and keeping the cold air out.


The jacket is cut in an athletic fit with a full-length front zip and deep rear silicone printed elastic gripper to hold it in place. Three generous rear pockets with an additional zipped security pocket provide storage for all your winter riding essentials. Immaculate FS260-Pro styling and clean lines provide the required aesthetic to help you ride fast and make sure you look great on the bike.


This is the ‘must-have’ item of the season for any discerning road cyclist and will be a staple piece of kit right through to Spring.

FS260-Pro SL Thermal Windproof Jacket
Sizes: S-XXL
Colors: Black, Red, Hi-Viz Green
MSRP: $224.99
Web link: www.endurasport.com

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