Louis Garneau Geminix Women's Jacket $169.99
Putting the warmth in winter.
In the drudgery of winter, there comes a point where we can no longer stand idly by while the sun is shining. Even if it's 38 degrees, the road calls, and we answer. Where you were once afraid of the frigid temperatures, the Louis Garneau Geminix Jacket 2 gives you a vote of confidence that's been missing since early fall. With its cycling-specific, multi-panel design and weather fighting fabrics, the Geminix Jacket 2 is like a port in the storm that provides you with warmth in the saddle all winter long.
Louis Garneau's Geminix Jacket 2 uses a multi-panel design made from a blend of Garneau's Sismik and Vertexx fabrics. The exterior of the jacket is constructed from the Sismik material— a three-ply knit consisting of a water/wind-repellant membrane, a slick, abrasion-resistant face, and a textured mesh back. The three knits form a lightweight, comfortable layer that breathes as well as it resists the elements. The inner lining is made from the fleecy brushed-back knit of Vertexx. This soft lining helps to improve body heat retention, and works with the Sismik layer for a comfortable insulation that wicks moisture to the jacket's surface for evaporation. The Geminix features a pro-fit design that's enhanced by elastic grippers at the wrists and a signature gripper at the bottom hem. The jacket also uses a cycling-specific collar that greets the full-length zip with an inner flap and zipper garage. For storage, the Geminix 2 has a zippered chest pocket, three rear pockets, and 'motivation pocket' for your MP3/multimedia device.
The Louis Garneau Geminix Jacket 2 is available in sizes X-Small through XX-Large, and in the colors Black/white, Ginger, and White/black.
- 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.