Softshell cycling jacket
Providing incredible protection against the wind, cold and rain, and with a new visibility boosting black and yellow colour option, Sportful's Fiandre Jacket is right up there with the best.
Sportful NoRain's clothing range, which use a proprietary fabric with a water repellent technology, features two jackets. The Fiandre Norain Jacket here is intended for the most motivationally-sapping weather conditions, and is more feature packed and insulating than the Fiandre Light.
FSA SL-K carbon seatpost. 27.2mm diameter and 25mm setback. Some scratching on one side. £30.
Unused 105 5600 Double 10spd shifters (inc. Jagwire brake cables) on Specialized Pro 31.8mm Handlebar (44 cm). £140. Open to offers if anyone just wants the shifters/bar.
SPEG Avert MK2 softshell jacket (large). Worn a couple of times but is a little too baggy for me. Details of a slightly newer version here:
RRP £40, selling for £20.
Endura clothing has been around for almost 20 years, and is especially well-known in the mountain-bike world. The Equipe range is for road cycling, and unashamedly aimed at the higher end of the market. As part of this image, the Endura Equipe website makes much of the development of cycling garments for and by the Endura professional road racing team.
The P.R.O Softshell is intended to be a jacket for cold weather cycling use. As a softshell, it fits somewhere between being a totally weatherproof garment and a more breathable wind resistant one, but in this particular case, it's more towards the fully protective end of the spectrum.
A soft shell jacket for 70 quid? You’re suspicious… but you needn’t be. This new model in the dhb lineup is a high-quality option for keeping you warm in the winter, and it comes at an amazing price.
The Bionicon Soft Shell jacket isn't cheap at £150 but it offers a different look and good performance from a fairly expensive proofing technology. The cut is not too bike specific and the style is urban/mtb, so it's a good all-rounder