Depending on where you live, it’s either snowing or raining or something in between. Simply put, you’ll need proper protection if you’re going out on a commuter bicycle. If rain and minor chill is all you have to contend with, the Kenton 3L Rain Jacket from Cadence should be enough to get you to where you’re going dry and comfortable.
Built to keep the rain out, it’s cut in a three-layer woven shell called infiDRY 20 that combines a base fabric with a microporous laminate in the middle for breathability and a Japanese polyester tricot on the backside. That makes it highly durable and fully waterproof, while allowing the passage of air, making it perfect for a high-performance rain jacket.
The Cadence Kenton 3L Rain Jacket pairs that fabric with fully-taped waterproof seams and water-resistant exposed zippers, ensuring every potential point of water entry is duly covered. Even the cuffs come with sleeve gussets for interfacing seamlessly with the gloves, ensuring there are no openings for rain or draft to enter. It comes with a relaxed fit to accommodate cold weather layering, as well as an adjustable hood with a rain visor, so you can ride in the rain without compromising your view of the road.
Features include upper arm vents designed for one-handed opening, mesh vented pocket for holding ride essentials, an internal audio pocket for valuables, reflective tabs and trims for nighttime visibility, and a vent zipper in the back for easy access to your cycling jersey pockets. It comes in two colors: black and olive.
Available now, the Cadence Kenton 3L Rain Jacket is priced at $380.