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Men's Cycling Jackets

Performance and comfort for shelter from the storm
Discover Mavic men's cycling jackets, effective protection against the elements for all-weather cycling enthusiasts. With their elegant design and slim fit, these jackets are inspired by the...
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The best cycling jacket for men is one that offers wind and water resistance, as well as breathability, so you can pedal without feeling like you’re wearing a garbage bag. For winter riding, you need thermal insulation to shield against the cold and bad weather. In any case, a lightweight insulated jacket that packs down when not in use is essential. 
How do I choose the best men's cycling jacket for winter?
 
The best men's cycling jacket for winter offers maximum protection against the cold and inhospitable weather. The key features to look for are thermal insulation, wind and water resistance, and breathability to wick away perspiration. Jackets with technologies such as Polartec are particularly recommended. It's also important to choose a jacket with a snug fit to minimize wind resistance and improve overall aerodynamics.
Which men's cycling jacket is the lightest?
 
Light weight is an essential criterion for cyclists, especially those riding at a competitive level. Even for recreational cyclists, light weight jackets offer the advantage of increased packability, breathability and freedom of movement. The lightest men's cycling jacket is generally made from technical materials such as polyamide or polyester, which pairs light weight with strength. Ripstop jackets are also popular for their durability. Ultralight jackets often weigh less than 100 grams and can be packed and stored in a jersey pocket.
How do I choose the right size men's cycling jacket?
 
To choose the right size men's cycling jacket, it's essential to take your measurements into account and refer to the size guide. Cycling jackets are generally designed to fit snug, in order to improve aerodynamics and avoid chafing. We therefore recommend that you measure your chest, waist and arm length as accurately as possible. If you're hesitating between two sizes, it's best to choose the larger size for greater comfort.
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