Minimal packing size, maximal performance: the Endura Pakajak

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Minimal packing size, maximal performance: the Endura Pakajak

No more trying to stuff your big bulky coat into your bag – the Endura Pakajak is billed as ‘the must-have cycling jacket that you should always carry with you to protect you from wind and showers on your ride.’ The Pakajak is ‘ultra-packable’ and comes in a convenient small stuff sack so it easily fits in a cycle jersey pocket.

The sack opens up effortlessly to be a full sized jacket that protects the rider through changing weather conditions. According to Endura, ‘Knowing the British weather, this is one piece of bike wear that will come in handy quite often, whether for mountain biking, road cycling, leisure rides or commuting to work!’

Positioned as a perfect emergency jacket, the Pakajak is made from ultra-lightweight and showerproof Ripstop fabric with ‘excellent breathability’ so its wearer stays cool and comfortable without getting wet. Underarm mesh vents provide additional ventilation. To deliver best performance on the bike, the jacket has a cycling-specific fit with a dropped tail, also featuring a laser cut storm flap with zip guard, and elasticated cuffs, rear neck and hem.

Reflective trims on sleeves, shoulders and the rear make the cyclist more visible to others in poorer light conditions. The Endura Pakajak has an RRP of £39.99 (€46 / US$62 at current exchange rates) and comes in a range of colours and variants:

  • Colours: Men’s: Kelly Green, Bright Yellow, Red, White, Black
  • Women’s: Sky Blue, Bright Pink, Purple, White, Black
  • Sizes: Men’s: S-XXL
  • Women’s: XS-L

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