Men's Prospect Barrier Jacket

Men's Prospect Barrier Jacket

A sleek jacket with smart features to improve around town riding

SKU #17132201HD4M
$180.00
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Description

We used our shared experiences as cyclists to build the ultimate commuter jacket. The result is a piece that’s as committed to going by bike as you are. This technical jacket is constructed from a windproof fabric made from recycled materials, with enough stretch for dynamic on-bike movement. And thanks to our water-shedding PI Dry® technology it provides protection against light rain and road spray. Cycling-focused features include transparent reflective accents, a deployable BioViz® Screaming Red pennant for increased visibility, and a hood designed to fit over your helmet for added warmth while on the move.

Features
  • Pedal to Zero™: Going by bike 46mi / 74km offsets the climate impact of this garment
  • PI Dry® permanent water-shedding technology shrugs off light rain and road spray
  • Constructed with stretch-woven polyester fabric for on-bike mobility
  • Made from recycled materials
  • Storm-flap over zipper blocks rain and wind
  • Hood over helmet design
  • Snap-to-stow BioViz® pennant and cuff for daytime and low-light visibility
  • Standard fit
Fabric

Main Body: 88% recycled polyester, 12% elastane Pocket Bags: 89% recycled polyester, 11% elastane Other: 100% recycled polyester

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Sport: BikeStyle
Fit: Standard Fit
Pedal To Zero: 48.52 miles
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Pedal to Zero

Pedal to Zero

Pedal to Zero

We calculated the Pedal to Zero number using the EPA’s estimate that a typical passenger car produces 404 grams of CO2 per mile. For example, our Rove Short creates the equivalent of 9.8kg of CO2*. Therefore, if you ride 24 miles instead of driving, you’ve zeroed out the emissions impact of the Rove Short. This knowledge can inspire us to change our behavior. *This information was calculated by PEARL iZUMi using the Higg Product Module 2.0 at Higg.org. It includes cradle-to-gate impacts only.