Thredbo Cycling Jacket

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Thredbo Cycling Jacket

Thredbo shower & windproof jacket by GOS
Go-On Sport's Thredbo  jacket is great for warmth and wind protection, is water-resistant, but not water-proof, therefore good for showers - and it dries quickly is if does get wet.

Features include:
* zip-off sleeves, which can be unzipped a little for ventilation, or removed and carried in the large rear zip pocket
* fully lined, including the arms to within 4cm of the wrist
* ventilation panel across shoulders
* elasticised wrist bands to minimise wind and rain entering
* a high collar to keep your neck warm
* a wide front zip flap to minimise wind and rain seeping through to your jersey
* reflective tape for extra safety

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  • 4
    cycling jacket

    Posted by terry on 2nd Jul 2019

    Bright , very comfortable, plenty of zipped pockets, spacious fit. Windproof but not tested in rain yet. Main zipper has jammed once ; be gentle as they get stuck on the light material.

  • 4
    Comfortable Jacket

    Posted by Terry on 29th Jun 2019

    Only had this for 2 rides and even though I bought a size too large, it is great value and comfortable, warm and breathes well. No need to go for a larger size. It is not remotely body hugging, so enjoy the flapping arms if it is windy ; better for visibality. Large back pocket; 2 zippered smaller side pockets and removable sleeves. Not light due to the many zips. May need careful handling and careful use of the main zipper ; which popped once due to my rushing to zip up . Overall a great jacket with many extras.

  • 4
    Dennis Murphy

    Posted by Dennis Murphy on 9th Jun 2017

    Having worn this jacket for five years previous to this nearly every day, I was concerned it was starting to pick up a little too much road and hand grime, despite being frequently washed, so I bought a new one exactly the same.
    And it did the same job extremely well when tested on its first trip yesterday. Coming home from a rail and bike trip it rained lightly most of the way home from Southern Cross to Burwood. As a shower jacket it had a fair bit to cope with but when I got home after about an hour's damp riding, I was still reasonably dry on my inner layers(2). The compact lightness of this jacket is an absolute winner, so I can always find a spot for it in my pack/pannier. The windbreak capability is unbelievable. Even through Winter I ride to work in it early in the morning, late at night, and wear at the MCG for night matches, then straight home in it. Now that I have 2, I'm going to pack the 2nd one anytime the forecast shows 30% 1-2mm. Is there an actual Rainproof upgrade for rough weather?
    Dennis Murphy