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Zero RH + Stretch Control Jacket $0.00
You may not mind doing all the work on your group ride with the Zero RH+ Stretch Control Jacket. The Stretch Control Jacket is ergonomically designed to wrap your core like seaweed around rice, while the Airdry Gold 200 material blocks cold wind from chilling your core—making you warm and aero. Not to stop there, the Stretch Control Jacket features three rear pockets and a fourth zippered pocket so you don’t have to hide your keys in your car’s fuel latch before your ride.
- Front zipper has a self-locking tab to eliminate southbound zippers
- Elasticized cuffs provide a secure fit over gloves
- Air Comp Technology provides ample ventilation when the sun comes out
- 260 degree Grip Fit Technology prevents jacket from shifting in flight
- 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.
What community has to say
GREAT LOOKS, LETS COLD IN
I bought this just a week ago, got the 2013 model with Air Dry Gold 200 fabric. Got the Black with White which looks really awesome and cool graphics. Am about 6'0", 190 lbs, 43.5" chest and bought the XL because I own other Zero rh+ gear in that size. It fits very snug, which is ok, however, the collar is very constricting. I wore a thin base layer at about 44 degrees fahrenheit with a little wind chill. Rode a 30 miler and had to stop twice to dry up a little. This thing made me sweat like crazy! My entire long sleeve base layer was drenched in sweat! I mean, that's alright except that I was freezing with this thing on because it wouldn't keep out the cold! WTF? I've worn other branded Long Sleeve jerseys and jackets with up to 2 base layers at 33 degrees with a wind chill and sweated, yeah, but wasn't cold because the damn thing didnt let in the outside air. These are supposed to be high tech fabrics and they should keep us warm and dry. Right?
Nice styling, poor execution
Bought this a year ago and now am searching for a new jacket. Collar is very large, allowing a lot of wind in. This causes the jacket to balloon up at speed. Because there are no vents or mesh in the rear, air does not escape. The jacket feels fine when standing, but in the drops or on the hoods, it pulls through rib cage. Reflective striping wore off during first washing, though I made the mistake of not washing inside out. I believe the tag may have recommended hand washing, but life's to short to accommodate poor manufacturing. I have bought a few of the highest-end Zero RH products and have been happy with none of them.
I have owned this jacket since February and it works great. Used it all the way down to freezing out, and still warm. But you will not want to wear it past 55 degrees. Great jacket!
Great style, and warm
Temp is in the upper 30's this week, and after 45 minutes, I was still warm. Didn't realize it, but the lower back and armpit areas were a little damp. I had a LS baselayer on underneath. Guess I need to work on unzipping it for air flow.
Sizing is pretty good. I am 6'1", 200lbs and picked up the XL. My arms tend to be a little longer, and wish it had another inch or two in the sleeves while riding. That's my only complaint, but it is typical with most long sleeve clothing for me.
A real nice mid-weight winter jacket. No vent zips so won't due above 50. Perfect around 45 and below depending upon layering scheme. Good fitting. XL for 6 ft 185. Nice deep back pockets with 4th zip. Nice. Cuffs are more jersey than jacket. But OK with that. Wonderful reflective touches throughout. Think of it as a big jersey that can accomodate just a base layer, a base plus a long or shirt sleeve jersey, etc. It's quite versatile really, just not over 50 degrees.
Had to return the leader jacket the large was just cut a little big. Sleeves where perfect to much material in the body. Rode with this one last night temp about 42 degrees one base layer plenty warm probably good to about 32 with one base layer had to unzip on climbs. Great jacket. I am about 5'11 150 lbs. There are no zipper vents on this jacket.
I originally bough the Zero RH + ride jacket but exchanged it for the Stretch Control, for the body-hugging fit. I'm in Northern California and this past weekend the temperature was in the low 50's (cold for us), and this jacket provided the perfect amount of warmth. I wore the jacket with a base layer only. The front vents around the arm pits provide some fresh air to cool you down during long climbs. The zipper was smooth and easy to use while riding.