These Keela Stashaway Pro is designed for multi-activity use, not cycling specifically, knowning that has pros and cons.
It's about as easy to steer looking as a packable jacket may get, with twin slanted front budgets that help it avoid the 'rambler' physical appearance, a casual but not too baggy try to cut and a subtly dropped tail your covers your back on the bike without having having standing out in the pub.
It's well rainproof too, with taped appears and waterproof case for iPhone 4 zips. Keela's Rainlife 2000 fabric can't compete with Gore-Tex when it comes to breathability, but that's unsurprising on a budget jacket and it avoids typically the 'boil in the bag' feel.
It'd be good to see a few vents, at least a flap at the back to let heated air out. The roomy pockets are of help off the bike – though a bit of high to warm your hands living in – but in the saddle, typically the contents hang down and éclatement around.
Sizing is odd of course, with our 'small' jacket coming up similar to a medium. It's good for your money though.
This article was originally publicised in Mountain Biking UK publication, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.
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