The cut is awesome and the crinkley fabric seems scratchy but in use is actually very soft. A baffle on the main zip offers extra protection from rain and wind.
Fit not on a par with more expensive offerings
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Sitting between the two price points, the Moa jacket offers a balance between the high and low-end jackets.
The breathability of the Mantodry fabric is simply superb and despite seeming a little scratchy at first touch it's plenty soft enough on the bike.
A baffle in front of the chest zip offers a bit of extra protection from wind penetration.
It doesn't fit quite as well as the Rapha but breathes better than all the sub-£60 jackets.
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