Assos Dyora RS rain jacket review

An excellent waterproof, but not the lightest weight - and a tight fit across the chest won't suit all

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Cycling Weekly Verdict

A waterproof jacket that will keep you warm and (relatively) dry in the worst of weathers, whilst still offering breathability - and for once - visibility. This is quite a robust jacket, there are lighter options, but they often won't keep you as dry. Whilst fit is very individual, we'd advise looking elsewhere if you're on the curvier side of the spectrum.

Reasons to buy
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    Stretchy fit

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Reasons to avoid
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    Too tight across chest when off bike

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    Not the lightest option for the price

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Unless you're a member of the rare breed of cyclist that loves riding in the rain, it can be hard to get excited about a good waterproof cycling jacket. However, no amount of weather dancing or obsessive forecast refreshing will keep a dedicated cyclist completely dry all winter - and when the downpour comes - you'll no doubt be thrilled to have one.

The Dyora RS Women's Rain Jacket certainly is a reliable waterproof cycling jacket option. However, as per all Assos items, it comes wearing a substantial swing tag, at £290/$325. 

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