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Mavic Oxygen H20 Women's Jacket $0.00
Cycling is a sport that owes much of its harrowing nature to Murphy's Law. If something can go wrong on your bike, or with the weather, chances are it probably will. Luckily though, keeping the Mavic Oxygen H20 Jacket on hand will dramatically reduce your chances of having a another ride ruined by a deluge. The Oxygen H20 is a seam-sealed storm fortress constructed from Mavic's superlight and waterproof Dura Lite Rain SL fabric. The jacket's subtle elasticity and unique ergonomic fit ensures complete weatherproof coverage as you're hammering away in the saddle. Mavic also included a unique asymmetrical zipper to limit zipper irritation and pressure points from your layers. Best of all? Once Murphy has done his worst and given up, you can stash the jacket in the bottom of a jersey pocket, with plenty of room to spare for your essentials.
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|Chest||31.1 - 31.9in
|33.1 - 33.9in
|34.6 - 36.2in
|37.0 - 38.6in|
|39.4 - 40.9in|
|41.7 - 43.3in|
|Waist||24.0 - 24.8in
|26.0 - 26.8in
|27.6 - 29.1in
|29.9 - 31.5in|
|32.3 - 33.9in|
|34.6 - 36.2in|
|Hip||35.0 - 35.8in
|37.0 - 37.8in
|38.6 - 40.2in
|40.9 - 42.5in|
|43.3 - 44.9in|
|45.7 - 47.2in|
- 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.
Community & Reviews
How much does this jacket weigh? And why do cycling jackets not have hoods?
Mavic Oxygen H2O Women's Jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This jacket is perfect for cyclists who get caught in rain on their daily rides, perfect, packable size (super small, fits nicely in the bottom of a jersey pocket). Very light and breathable, obviously for use in the warmer months. The fit is described as "pro-fit (slim)" on backcountry.com but is definitely lose and baggy. I'm 5'5" 126 lbs and the small is very baggy on me... which works for me, I'd like my rain jacket to cover the things I have in my jersey pockets (keeping them dry) and still have the ability to zip it up in the front.