Giordana Silverline Jacket - Women's $249.95
Flattering fashion for frozen rides.
When you head out to ride in the winter months the last thing you want to worry about is "did I put on enough layers"? The Giordana Women's Silverline Jacket ensures that you have three layers the moment you step out the door. It'll leave you wondering why you ever wore any other jacket?
The body of the jacket is comprised primarily from durable Corsa fabric. This three-layer fabric uses a soft fleece interior for comfort next to the body. An inner layer of WindTex fabric protects from wind and water yet allows water vapor to move away from the body to prevent overheating. A smooth outermost layer also offers wind protection and resists snags and pulls. It was treated with a DWR (Durable Water Resistant) coating. Soft, stretchy Super Roubaix fabric was used in the underarm and back left and right panels. The stretch from this insulating fabric allows the jacket to be worn close to the body and still provide unrestricted movement. Engineered using Giordana's Women's Contour Fit process, the jacket conforms to your body position while riding. It is roomy enough to fit over a jersey and base layer, but never baggy.
To store all of your winter riding essentials, the Silverline features three full back pockets. Reflective logos on the front and rear, as well as reflective strips along the three back pockets provide visibility on the road. The neckline is slightly higher than that of the Silverline jersey to block out drafts and a drop-tail hem provides full coverage.
The Giordana Silverline Women's Jacket is available in White/Black Purple, Purple/Black White, and Aqua/Black White and in sizes X-Small to X-Large.
Note: Giordana cycling apparel has a tight fit, do not expect a baggy or roomy fit.
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
What community has to say
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
But, in comparison, can't hold a candle to the FRC line. But for intermediate weather (or budget constraints), it is still LY ahead of most other brands.
Not as warm/wind proof; lacks material backing behind zipper. Fit is more generous, and better for 'fuller-figured' riders (but not huge or sloppy...not plus sized, just mature, curvy figured sized). While it has a more 'comfortable, you may still want to size up...this way you can still layer.
I wear this on late Spring/early Fall rides