dhb Windslam Roubaix review

dhb Vaeon Roubaix long sleeve, 7 of the best winter jackets
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Paired with a warmer base layer, it can be worn when the temperature is in single figures if it's dry, especially when going hard. Throw on your windproof packable shell and you get even more wear from it.

Reasons to buy
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    Lightweight

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    Highly breathable

Reasons to avoid
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    Bare minimum for the winter

Thinner and far more breathable than anything else in this test, the dhb Windslam Roubaix is included as it's an example of the bare minimum you should be thinking of wearing come the colder months.

Its simple design not only keeps costs down but also makes for an exceptionally close fit.

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