Vermarc Vince jacket review

Vermarc Vince jacket
Cycling Weekly Verdict

There are the traditional three pockets out back plus a zipped money/key compartment with reflective trim. The red-and-white graphics are a bit Euro for me, but that's down to personal preference. Contact:

Reasons to buy
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    Keeps cold out well

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    No moisture build-up inside

Reasons to avoid
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    Euro style may not appeal to everyone

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The Belgian kit supplier to Omega-Quick Step and Lotto-Belisol offers ‘unmarked' clothing too. The Vince range is the pro-level gear and is made up of the technical jacket, short and long-sleeve jerseys, bibshorts and bibtights.

With its comfortable ergonomic design and well-judged use of technical fabrics, the jacket has been my go-to item this winter. The cut is perfect for a racy position on the bike, with sleeves long enough that they don't leave wrists exposed, and a shorter front that doesn't bunch up when riding in the drops.

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