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Cutter Cyclical eVent Jacket - Men's - 2009 BCS
From the amazing hand-covering ninja cuffs to the wicked-breathable, waterproof eVent fabric, to the sans-vinegar-and-water style, the Cutter Men’s Cyclical eVent Jacket wants to cover your ass when its brown-striping weather. The Cyclical’s extremely breathable eVent fabric fends of external moisture without leaving you to funk-out in your own bodyheat, and the jacket’s pedal specific cut and shape covers your dermis from race crouch to one-wheeled bunny-hopping bar spin. The extended zipper cuff contours over and covers the top of your hand—say buenos noches to unsheltered, icecubed digits in the drizzle—while the waterproof zippers ensure dry cargo. Reflective logo hits offer peace of mind out on the road after the ground swallows up the sun, and the Cyclical’s lightweight stashability loves the bar scene.
- We created this jacket with an in-the-saddle-fit. The Cyclical employs a close fit to mitigate flapping and wind resistance while pedaling. If you're concerned about room for layering or an overly-athletic fit, try sizing up.
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May 23, 2011
I actually have the women's version of this jacket, but it's good stuff. I love the details like the seam sealed zippers and sleeve styling that keeps wind and water from going up your arms. The pockets are useful and the neck has a fuzzy inside that makes it comfortable.
I've been using this jacket for over a year, and after riding in a complete downpour for 10 miles yesterday, I took off the jacket and my shirt was dry underneath. Good stuff.
I want it I want it I want it! I cannot find a Men's Large to save my life! If anyone knows where to get one, or wants to sell theirs, let me know. Any help is appreciated.
By: Tyler T
March 9, 2011
Unfortunately the jacket is a few seasons old which is why you are having a hard time finding it. I recommend contacting Cutter directly, they should be able to help.
By: Josh Chapman
March 11, 2011
August 25, 2010
I'm 5'9" 145 lbs and I got the size small. I bet the medium would have fit well too, maybe better but I got an awesome discount on S&C. Otherwise I wouldn't have paid full price for a cycling specific shell. The fit is pretty close to skin, though I could wear a thin sweater underneath if I wanted (I'm pretty thin though). Sleeve and back lengths are good, the front could be a inch or two longer (I know it's supposed to be short so it doesn't bunch up). I wear it commuting and so far it has kept me dry, although I've only had it a few months so I can't elaborate on longevity. When I wear my messenger bag (I have a large timbuktu) the back zipper pocket digs into my back if I wear the bag so it slants down that side-- Not a big deal though as I just wear it over the other shoulder when I have this on. The front zipper is a bit hard to start, but also not a big deal.