Women's Black + White Double Threat Jacket - The W
Don’t you hate it when your jacket rides up at the waist, in the back, or at your wrists? Us to, which is why we converted the Double Threat Wind Vest into a jacket, in search of the perfect lightweight cycling cape.
Double Threat Wind Jacket
Don’t you hate it when your jacket rides up at the waist, in the back, or at your wrists? Us to, which is why we converted the Double Threat Wind Vest into a jacket, in search of the perfect lightweight cycling cape. We built the same drawstring into the the hem of the garment and added convertible wrist protectors for when conditions get truly hairy. Save your next cool ride or run in the Double Threat, deploying features that will keep you comfortable even as the weather worsens for the season.
Designed for the Professional
Our elite athletes have to work year-round, in a range of conditions. Use the same tools they do with the Double Threat Wind Jacket to stay warm (but not too warm!) and dry on their rides and runs. The perfect fall or early spring piece, the Double Threat bridges the gap in that first hour of the ride when the sun hasn’t fully arrived, and your arm warmers won’t cut it alone.
The Fastest Fabrics
Wind stop fabrics are tricky. How do you pull off wind insulation without turning the garment into the equivalent of a holiday sweater? We use Italian Windstop fabric to keep out the wind while still allowing you to pack the jacket into a small, packable bundle. Versatility shouldn’t come with encumbrance.
Designed by Artists, Made by Hand
Our designers come from a diverse set of backgrounds, but they share the same vision: making you look like the coolest person for miles. Our iconic look got that way by defying the staid looks we saw around the triathlon and cycling world, and we continue to innovate each season. After our artists make the look, our seamsters and seamstresses build the garment by hand in our Vista, California factory, living our claim to Made in the USA.
Your Second Skin
More like your third skin, now that we’re speaking outerwear, but as conditions cool, layering becomes more important to the cyclist. The Double Threat line moves with you on the bike or the run, not sagging or flapping anywhere, doing what it’s supposed to do: transport you in style and warmth from point A to point B.