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Mavic Hydro H2O Jacket - Men's

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Description

Making cold, rainy days bearable.

The Mavic Hydro H2O Jacket is a fully waterproof breathable, tight-fitting cold-weather rain jacket.
  • Pro Fit is carefully tailored for the fittest cyclists' bodies
  • Clima Vent strategically placed zippered vents efficiently cool and evacuate moisture vapor to keep your body at an ideal temperature
  • Ergo Cuff design provides extra cold-weather protection to seal out wind and rain
  • Asymmetrical zipper reduces irritation and feels more natural when zipped up
  • Light insulation keeps your body warm in cold weather
  • Waterproof breathable Rain Ride construction is fully seam-sealed for complete rain protection

Tech Specs

Material:
Tech Dry ST
Fabric Waterproof Rating:
4000 mm
Hood:
no
Fit:
tight
Venting:
Clima Vent
Pockets:
1 rear, 1 chest
Seams:
fully taped
Recommended Use:
rainy, cold-weather cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Size chart

Mavic

Men's Cycling Apparel

Mavic Men's Cycling Apparel
XXS XS S MLXLXXL
Chest 32.7 - 34.3in
(83-87cm)
34.6 - 36.2in
(88-92cm)
36.6 - 37.8in
(93-96cm)
38.6 - 40.2in
(98-102cm)
40.6 - 42.5in
(103-108cm)
42.9 - 44.9in
(109-114cm)
45.3 - 47.2in
(115-120cm)
Waist 28.0 - 29.5in
(71-75cm)
29.9 - 31.5in
(76-80cm)
31.9 - 33.1in
(81-84cm)
33.5 - 35.4in
(85-90cm)
35.8 - 37.8in
(91-96cm)
38.2 - 40.2in
(97-102cm)
40.6 - 42.5in
(103-108cm)
Hip 33.5 - 35.0in
(85-89cm)
35.4 - 37.0in
(90-94cm)
37.4 - 38.6in
(95-98cm)
39.0 - 40.9in
(99-104cm)
41.3 - 43.3in
(105-110cm)
43.7 - 45.7in
(111-116cm)
46.1 - 48.0in
(117-122cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Sleeve:
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.

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4 5

Burly, Visible....Dry

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is certainly no packable rain jacket. It's fairly thick, incredibly sturdy and most importantly visible and dry. Perfect for cold weather days with drizzles to heavy rains. Probably would not wear this jacket over 60 F, though it was surprisingly breathable when climbing around the 45-55 degree range. Felt right at home in the 40-50 degree range, and you'll need a solid base layer below 40. It's not the most impressive or flashy jacket I've ever known, but it certainly gets the job done during the cold and rainy times.

4 5

High visibility Wind/Rain Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This jacket if very yellow. Perfect for being seen by cars. It has a huge rear zipper pocket with multiple compartments in it. I'm able to stuff in my wallet, phone, and my winter gloves with ease.

The Mavic tops seems to fit to normal size. I normally wear a medium in Castelli, and fit a medium in this jacket. The wrists are a little snug to get on, but not constrictive. Also, it does take a little while to get used to the asymmetrical zipper, but it's not bad.

I've been able to ride in this jacket with a base layer and long sleeve jersey in 35-degree weather with no issues (I tend to like to overdress / be on the verge of overheating vs freezing).