It features lots of different materials with lots of funny
names. The names are irrelevant; the effect is anything but.
I read a review somewhere that it has the "cut of a jersey, but the
protection of a jacket". High praise indeed, and I agree 100%.
It's the cornerstone of my winter wardrobe - a very light base
layer now, and a much heavier base layer in December, augmented
with a gilet when it's truly grim.
The back features 3 pockets, and a further zipped pocket for
keys or other valuables. There's also a reflective strip built in.
Unusually, the Habu also features a pocket on the right sleeve.
This jacket is probably over-kill just for commuting - its too
good for that. But for a jacket that can do everything, including
really focused winter rides, its very hard to beat.
Tiburu Shorts (£175) or Tiburu Knickers (3/4 length,