Endura Venturi II Jacket
|Black||Extra Extra Large||£159.99||In Stock|
|Black||Extra Large||£159.99||In Stock|
|Red||Extra Extra Large||£159.99||In Stock|
|Red||Extra Large||£159.99||In Stock|
Endura Venturi II Jacket
Three-layer PTFE Protection is the world's most breathable waterproof fabric. Replete with details such as a Napoleon pocket with a waterproof zip, a media port and an integral wipe cloth for your glasses, the fully seam-sealed Venturi is ace. What's more, it looks great off the bike too.
- PTFE Protection membrane fabric - 28,000gms/m2/24hrs breathability: 12,000mm waterproofing.
- Stretchier fabric on shoulders and sleeve underarm for extra freedom of movement.
- Ergonomic pre-shaped elbows.
- Lower bonded handwarmer pockets.
- Waterproof-zipped Napoleon pocket with integral glass wipe and media port.
- Adjustable cuffs on hem and collar.
- Laser cut inner storm flap.
- Rucksac-compatible twin waterproof vents.
- Discrete zip-off inner cozy wrist cuffs.
- Moulded rear LED loop.
- Compatible with optional hood.
- 360 degree reflectivity.
- Endura Sizing Guide.
Endura are based in Livingston, near Edinburgh. It therefore feels natural for us to regard Endura as not just a supplier and more as a partner. This relationship goes way back to 1994, when Edinburgh Bicycle Co-op was the first bike shop in Britain to sell Endura clothing.
Today, thanks in part to the success of their Racing Team, Team NetApp-Endura, and their appointment as clothing supplier for the Movistar WorldTour Team, Endura cycle clothing is admired far beyond the UK. The fact that demand for their clothing is soaring in the highly competitive markets of Germany and the USA is testament to Endura’s ability to deliver high quality cycle clothing that is very good value for money.
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|Black||Extra Extra Large||5055205316499|
|Red||Extra Extra Large||5055205316567|
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|The Venturi II jacket has great ventilation options. This is very important to me as I easily work up a sweat when I'm cycling, even if I'm just popping down to the shop! There are four zipped vents. x2 in the arms for your arm pits and x2 on the sides for your back. Each vent is basically a zipped opening, with no mesh in place so that airflow is maximised I assume. Every zip on the jacket is well made and seal very well when closed to prevent water ingress. There are also enough pocket options with x2 external pockets for your hands, a back pocket and a chest pocket made for a phone or music player complete with attached screen wiping cloth. The cable for your earphones can be threaded in to this pocket through a small hole from the inside of the jacket. When you need to keep the weather out, the jacket is wind and water proof. I cycle in all weather and have no complaints. There is no hood, but Endura sell a zip on venturi hood seperately, which I have. The hood is made to the same high standards as the jacket, much better than a fold away hood would be. In terms of visibility to traffic, there is a good spread of high visibility strips and logos to reflect lights from all sides. I have the jacket in black so it is still conservative enough for me to wear it as an everyday jacket too. I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend it to others cyclists, especially those looking for more ventilation.|
|The Venturi II jacket is fantastic. I've had this for over a year and a half and it's still going strong. The quality of build is great and the fit is perfect. I find many jackets tend to come up pretty short on the sleeves (especially when you reach out towards the handlebars) but Endura always seems to take this into consideration in all of their products. I've never had any issue with it's waterproof-ness and the breathability is great, though I do find myself using the pit-zips quite often in anything other than really cold temperatures. It's reflective where it needs to be and has a useful light tab on the back that most CatEye lights will clip on to, two details that those who aren't into the hi-vis look will appreciate. One of my favourite features are the wrist cuffs. They add a lot to the comfort of the jacket. All in all, this one's a winner and I'd buy it again in a heartbeat.|
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