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Endura Pro SL 3-Season Jacket

With a removable Primaloft lining and some massive vents, the Endura Pro SL 3-Season Jacket works really well across a huge range of temperatures. The clever shaping, quality construction and attention to detail all impress too.

For full winter, a Primaloft gilet clips into the jacket via three poppers, and keeps your core nice and warm even in very cold rides – you can use this down to -2° with just a thermal baselayer, and -4 with a jersey too.

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Remove the gilet and the jacket can cope with double-figure temperatures. It’ll cover you up to 12°C with just a short sleeve jersey underneath, and you expect to stay comfortable up around 16° with the vents open too. These vents are large and there are many of them.

On the front there are two, with both running practically the entire length of the jacket, and the arm ones run from wrist to elbow. Two zip pulls on each front vent make adjusting them easy. There's also a vent across your shoulders, hidden beneath a storm flap.

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The waterproofing comes via a PFC-free water repellent finish. Water beads and rolls off easily, helped by the accurate fit – there are no deep folds or creases where rain can pool and soak in.

Overall, it’s an impressively versatile jacket with a well-designed venting system.