Cycling Rain Jacket RC 100 - Neon Yellow




₹ 899.00


₹ 699.00

Reduced price! Cycling Rain Jacket RC 100 - Neon Yellow
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This RC100 rain jacket has taped seams to protect you from the wind and rain and keep you dry on your bike rides. You'll love the large pocket on the back.
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WaterproofThe recycled polyester has a waterproof coating to protect from drizzle (2000mm)
PocketsLarge pocket on the back with a flap to keep your belongings dry.
Freedom of movementCut designed for a more comfortable position on the bike.
EcodesignFabric made of 100% recycled polyester thread.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

The resistance of a fabric to water pressure is expressed in mm of a water jet (test based on standard ISO 811). The higher the pressure, the more waterproof the fabric. These are the waterproof characteristics of the RC100 jacket: 3,000 mm before washing, 2,000 mm after 5 washes.
To see whether a fabric is breathable, we test its evaporative resistance or RET (based on the ISO 11092 standard). The lower its resistance, the more it lets water vapour produced by the body escape, therefore the more breathable it is. • RET 20: little breathability, unsuitable for exercise
The RC100 jacket is made from a coated fabric. Coating is a layer applied to the interior of the fabric which makes the fabric waterproof. It costs less than a membrane, and requires a lining to protect it. The membrane is a type of very thin micro-perforated plastic film (polyurethane) which makes the fabric both waterproof and breathable. It is also very supple, lighter, more durable and more breathable than a fabric with a coating.
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester Coating : 100.0% Polyurethane

Product test
Our product design team, made up of cycling enthusiasts, is based in Lille, in northern France, near the legendary roads of Flanders. To get this rainproof jacket just right, we tested it all over Flanders throughout the winter: we believe that only by subjecting them to real world conditions, like the ones you experience on your bike, can we continuously improve our products.
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