I'm 190cm / 75kg and medium is a good fit. The fit is relatively slim and the material doesn't flap about. It kept me dry on a 2.5 hour ride in sleet / snow although it started to get pretty warm inside on a 20 minute climb (to be expected though, really). Works well as a windproof jacket around 0 and fits into a jersey pocket when you warm up.
Great so far for winter riding.
A very lightweight and windproof jacket. It kept me dry through a short downpour. More than I expected to be honest a real bargain.
For the price this is exfellent. It is not goretex etc but has vents which allow some sort of ventillation. In the winter for commuting it is ideal. During the summer I find it a bit sweatyfying. What I really like is that it is much longer than most cycling waterproofs, which cause the bottom of your jersey and top of your shorts to be drenched. If only I could find a more breathable jacket that is the same length as this one. It has 2 sidepockets as well. It can be used as a normal coat without looking ridiculous like most cycling waterproofs whilst walking around.
I purchased this the day before doing the 5 Ferries Challenge in the pouring rain. It kept me 'mostly' dry other than my own sweat, but on the whole pretty good!
I have used in a rainning day and worked pretty weel. Approved.
A similar jacket from Decathlon UK is made from nylon and compacts nicely into something that fits in your palm - think a pair of socks tucked into themselves. This compacts to something like a large paperback!! NO way will it fit into a jersey pocket.
overall a good product at a good price and ideal for the cyclist commuter
waterproof, light, visible
one pocket, not as breathable as you would expect
Had to buy two sizes bigger due to small sizing and the jacket isn't that breathable but it works well for the price
Keeps you dry and has a nice fit
Not very breathable/packable. Sizing
excellent value for money
None for the price paid
just what i wanted