AUDAX WINDPROOF CYCLING GILET
A high performance windstoppper gilet that provides superb protection while still being packable into a pocket when not needed. Designed with long rides in mind, Jacqueline Audax is ideal when the bulk of a full jacket feels unnecessary but conditions may change.
Slim cut, with a dropped tail, and constructed from a technical fabric with added stretch, the gilet is fitted close to the body for maximum efficiency and comfort on the bike. Lightweight mesh panels ensure steady airflow to aid core temperature control while a full zip provides additional flexibility. Two rear cargo pockets provide space for carrying essentials.
For increased safety in low light or during night time riding, the gilet has additional premium quality reflective panels located across the shoulders, on both sides of the torso and on the lower back. The reworked 'fluro' design combines classic, day time visible, yellow with modern grey shades and is complimented by an embroidered Audax logo.
- Windproof Audax Cycling Gilet
- Reflective Elements
- Lightweight & Packable
- Mesh Panels for Temperature Control
- Two Cargo Pockets
Each product in the collection comes with an Audax pouch and a route card for the Zinzins de Turini
To keep all of your apparel looking its best, please follow the care instructions on the garment. As our products are made from the highest quality materials special care will also guarantee a long life.
- Machine Wash
- Do Not Tumble Dry
- Do Not Iron
- Do Not Dry Clean
- Do Not Bleach
- Fabric 1: 55% Polyamide | 35% Polyester | 10% Elastane
- Fabric 2 : 92% Polyamide | 8% Elastane
- Fully Windproof
- Full zip with guard
- High grade Lycra hems
- Mesh Panels Rear & Side
- Reflective elements
- 2 Cargo Pockets
- Slim fit
- Made in Europe
Audax (adjectif latin): audacieux, qui a de l'audace. Voir aussi: hardi, intrépide, aventureux, déterminé, courageux.
The long distance Audax reminds us that the toughest challenges aren't necessarily against the clock. A spirit of adventure, a desire to ride free and a sense of achievement are more often than not reward enough.