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Giro New Road Wind Vest - Women's

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Item # GIR002B

A staple.

A lightweight vest serves as a critical layer when the weather can't seem to make up its mind. That's exactly why Giro developed its version of the Wind Vest as a staple in the new apparel collection.

This lightweight vest was made using a durable ripstop nylon, which effectively blocks those chilling winds from reaching your core. A vented panel was strategically placed along the back, serving to evacuate warm air and moisture buildup from within. The result is a superlight outer layer that keeps your torso shielded from icy air.

And when you've successfully conquered that dicey descent, simply unzip and stash it in a jersey pocket—the lightweight design packs down nicely. Finishing off the vest are reflective accents throughout, as well light elastic treatments at the arm holes and hem.

The Giro Wind Vest - Women's is available in sizes X-Small to X-Large and in the colors Blue Midnight, Castor Grey, and Grey Ridge.

Tech Specs

nylon ripstop
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart


Note: Bottoms fit about a size smaller than labeled, e.g. a size 4 fits like a size 2, so select one size higher than your normal size.


Women's Cycling Apparel
 X-Small SmallMediumLarge  X-Large

32  - 33in
(81.3 - 83.8cm)

34 - 35in
(86.4 - 88.9cm)
36 - 37in
(91.4 - 94.0cm)
38 - 39in
(96.5 - 99.1cm)
 Sleeve 31in
  246810 12
Natural Waist 23 - 24in
(58.4 - 61.0cm)

25 - 26in
(63.5 - 66.0cm)

27 - 28in
(68.6 - 71.1cm)
29 - 30in
(73.7 - 76.2cm)
31 - 32in
(78.7 - 81.3cm)
 Hip 33 - 34in
(83.8 - 86.4cm)
35 - 36in
(88.9 - 91.4cm)
37 - 38in
(94.0 - 96.5cm)
39 - 40in
(99.1 - 101.6cm)
41 - 42in
(104.1 - 106.7cm) 
 Inseam 29in
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.
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.

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Weird Gender Discrepancy: Got the Men's

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: (men's) Medium

I bought the men's version of this vest because the women's one has some funky flap behind the zipper and also a pretty odd slit in the shoulders (breathability?).

I love love this vest: it's the perfect shove-in-your-pocket-what-is-the-weather-doing layer. It's light enough that I barely notice it, packs down super super tiny. It's also substantial enough to provide an important wind barrier for those cool mornings or quick(ish) descents.

I got this vest before riding the Tour Divide this past summer, and it never failed to keep me a perfect temperature. It was safe bungied to the top of my seatpack when I wasn't wearing it. It also held up remarkably well over more than a couple occasions of going rubber-side-up.

I would recommend this as the go-to wind layer for changing or unpredictable weather. It's not really a water-resistance layer, but will suffice in a pinch to keep warmer.

I bought a size small originally in the men's, then sized up to a Medium to allow more room for snacks while bikepacking. If I bought again, would go with a men's small, women's medium or large

Are there pockets on this vest, Hannah? Doesn't say anything in the description and I can't tell from the picture!

Hi Kelsey--there are not pockets on the vest. That's another reason I sort of sized up, allowing more room for things in my jersey pockets (I was riding with a while between food stops, so needed to carry a lot sometimes).