I wasn’t at Interbike this year but did some trolling of the internet afterwards. And during these trolling sessions, I came across the new swrve Deck Jacket. There is always one thing I fixate on at Interbike, last year it was the Giro Privateer with the gum-sole and even though I wasn’t there this year, its gotta be the swrve Deck Jacket that I got my sights on for the new year.
I’ve always loved the swrve Milwaukee Jacket but it was always lacking in the style category for me. I like buttons, hidden zippers and high collars on jackets. No hoods for me either, I have a helmet on when riding or some kind of cap when off the bike.
It’s still not winter here in Los Angeles, so I can’t really tell you much about this jacket but I can tell you it looks real nice! Here’s what swrve has to say about it though…
made out of water and wind resistant 3-layer softshell fabric this jacket has a cozy fleece interior to keep you warm, a middle layer that is not only water and wind resistant but also highly breathable to keep you dry even during vigorous riding. this jacket is fully loaded with bike friendly features and is functional on and off a bike.