Preferred garb for dodging the authorities and bracing winds as you head for the border. WindFoil™ softshell shuts out nasty drafts and drizzle when you're propelling your treadly on its tour of duty, or spinning yarns around the campfire.
▹ More than Kiwi Made
|Draft Dodger||Hoodwink||Frosty Boy||Pushover|
|Activity||Urban & Tour||Urban||Mtb & Road||Mtb & Road|
|Vents||2 at forearm||-||-||-|
|Pockets||2 hand pockets||Single chest pocket||3 rear pockets plus single at chest||Single hip pocket|
Great bit of kit. If anything it's too good. Anything over about 7 degrees and the zippers down and the arms are open. I have to admit I'm already pretty well insulated. Super comfy and well made. Now for you guys to re-release the old snakebites and I'll be in heaven on my bike.
This is my third draft dodger jacket over the years A great jacket cuts the wind without overheating you Perfect for commuting,a ride to a cafe or all day slog A great product
Great jacket. bought to replace one worn out from so much use
Great fabric, cut and quality. Would be better with a rear pocket instead of the two front pockets. I should have looked more at the specs before choosing this one?
Very happy with this jacket. In Tasmania, I can get by most winter days with my Baked Alaska. However, for those extra cold days, the Draft Dodger does the job. It's not too heavy, I can fit it in, with a bit of effort, into the two back pockets of the BA. I had in mind touring when I bought this, and I remember very cold days in the Otways. I think for touring, when you might find yourself standing around sometimes, a thin fleece underneath might help keeping warm while inactive: while riding, it would be fine on its own. The fit is excellent, good coverage over the wrists, the collar is snug and warm. Looking at other offerings, nothing really offers the same. Very happy to give this jacket a 5. Thank you guys.