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Removable sleeves and the resulting thermal gilet, explain this well. The fact that the sleeves roll up small enough to fit in one pocket is great.
This leaves a main pocket for food and a separate, zippered security pocket.
The fabric resists rain pretty well but the zippered sleeve openings and fixtures are an obvious weakness when it's pouring down - swings and roundabouts. The fit is suited to less aggressive riding positions, but it's still suitable for riders of all types of bikes.
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