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Worth twice its weight in gold, Arro Vest keeps your torso warm on spring chilly mornings, autumn evenings and fast descents. It is lightweight and packable making it ideal to stow in a pocket as the temperature rises. With an added durable water repellent coating, Arro provides year-round protection from windchill, drizzle, road spray and the UKs changeable weather.
Anatomically cut for mobility and made with comfortable non-rustle fabric.
Arro was conceived for hard use with a soft touch and whether you're using it on your weekend ride or a lucky getaway to the Alps you'll find the performance is worth its weight in gold.
Whether you call it a vest or call it a gilet, Arro Vest is ideal for runners, cyclists, climbers and hikers, who want to cut the wind chill without losing out on ventilation.
- Vest style gives ventilation and freedom of movement.
- Windproof and water repellent.
- Lightweight and packable.
- Anatomical, slim fit for minimal fabric flapping.
- Full length YKK reflective zip.
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
Weight: M: 95 g
Fabric: 100% nylon micro ropstop
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A great bit of kit for my bag. Wore on days when there was some wind and shut it out, even on submits of English hills. Provides an impressive amount of warmth for something so thin. Now just wish for it to be in other colours.
Essential piece of cycling kit
For chilly early morning cycles this is great. Feather light, packs down easily for stashing in rear jersey pocket once warmed up. Another brilliant piece of kit.
Excellent bit of kit
Great bit of kit to stop the wind on your midsection also with it being a little bit waterproof on your midsection it is a lot lot easier to dry out if you get caught in the rain lol
Packs down to nothing
I bought one of these in the autumn for, I would like to say something exciting in a far away place, but it was work. I forgot that I had it for months then I remembered it when everybody else was complaining about the cold. I slipped it on under my overalls and I soon felt snug. It is paper thin but it does keep out the wind and it packs down to nothing. Trying to find a reason that will satisfy my wife so I can buy the sleeved version.