Cutter Rain Jacket Jackets/Vests

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MSRP : $97.40

Product Description

Slide into the Cutter Rain Cutter Jacket and get down to some rain-riding. This super-lightweight waterproof jacket will chase away the rainy day blues with soft, stretchy fabric and enough transparency to show off your team colors.

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Best rain jacket or vest? Or is it useless? Gore VS Event VS other membranes or coati

Something light, stuffable and not flapping in the wind? Castelli, Rapha, Voler, Assos, etc.? Are you just going to get wet from your sweat?Read More »

lite/packable rain jacket?

we've been getting a fair amount of rain here lately and its starting to cramp my ride time. the LBS has all the $300 rain jackets I can't afford and the online shops don't give much information. Looking for: 1) jersey pocket carry-able 2) breathable - its hot in 'Bama so a personal sauna isn't ... Read More »

your favorite light, breathable rain jacket?

Right now I have two options: my old PDM rain jacket that I bought in the mid-80s. It's still going strong, fits in my jersey pocket nicely, but it doesn't really breathe well. Then I have my Burley rain jacket, which is great for commuting when it is cold and pouring, but doesn't stash in the jerse ... Read More »

Rain jacket survey

I haven't bought a rain jacket in over a decade and I need to get one. My current jacket is meant for commuting in sustained downpours and rather bulky. No way it fits in a jersey pocket; it's one you don in the house when you are heading out for a day in the rain. Nice but I'm looking for something ... Read More »

Rain jacket suggestions solicited please.

I'm looking for a rain jacket. Looking for light and packable in a jersey pocket, thin, cheap, no pockets necessary. Most cycling specific ones I've seen are waaay too much cash for a simple rain shell. Prefer a light color or transparent.Read More »

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