Search and State PJ-1 Packable Jacket

Aug 9, 2017

Category: Style

It may not feel like it at all right now, but fall is coming and it’s bringing a whole lot of rain with it. One of the best ways to stay prepared on those long, autumn rides is with Search and State’s PJ-1 Packable Expedition Jacket.

Thanks to a waterproof, windproof, and breathable fabric, this mid-weight jacket from the New York City-based cycling apparel brand is designed beat back rainy days with ease. Engineered specifically for riding, it features a drawstring hood that expands out from a zippered collar to fit perfectly under a helmet. And because your temperature is always going to be changing while out on a ride, the Expedition jacket comes with a climate membrane designed to regulate your interior temperature. Of course, special membranes don’t always do the trick – so the jacket easily folds down into a small pouch that you can throw in your jersey pocket.

Purchase: $365

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