Our Storm Jacket utilises the finest waterproof fabrics to stop anything Mother Nature can throw at you from dampening your spirit. Ventilation is taken care of by twin rear vents, and unlike most waterproof jackets we’ve left access to get to those all important gel bars. The four-way stretch means the cut is sporty without being restrictive. With the Storm Jacket the weather won't be an excuse you can use anymore.
This jacket is the pinnacle of our Sport range and is ergonomically cut for unsurpassed comfort.
Crafted from two breathable fabrics, a Japanese three layer nylon and Swiss made Schoeller® four way stretch, the design ensures that the technical properties of these fabrics perform where needed.
Riri® zip and dual function zip guard for comfort and protection from the elements.
Fully taped seams ensure you'll stay dry.
Hidden vents across the shoulder allow for extra heat build up to escape, without the elements finding their way in.
Two reflective tabs at the rear perform the dual purpose of keeping you visible but also allow you to easily gain access to your jersey pockets.
Dynamic dual vents allows heat to escape efficiently.
Elasticated storm cuffs with additional Velcro® adjusters.
Our signature zig zag stitch detail features throughout.
Reflective Huez* star logo on left sleeve as worn.
Internal mesh pocket with reversible YKK® zip to enable the storage of valuables or the packing away of the garment.
"having tried dozens of cycling jackets over the years, this one is definitely a cut-above." - Boneshaker
"it looks fantastic. Sleek, black and nicely minimalist, it's the type of city jacket that can be worn whether or not you're on the bike that day." - Telegraph Online
"The impressive fit and coverage of the jacket is thankfully complemented by some high-end fabric choices, to give great function... A good quality waterproof jacket is probably one of the most important pieces of apparel that you will buy for bike riding. The Starman Storm Jacket is certainly right up there, in terms of quality and design." - Tim Wiggins (Life in the Saddle)