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Evans bags Gore jacket exclusive

Cosmo high-visibility jacket in stores now
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The new Cosmo High Vis commuting jacket from Gore is now available exclusively in Evans Cycles stores.

The design team at Gore created this new generation jacket to offer cyclists an intelligent jacket made using Gore Tex Performance Shell fabric. What makes this jacket unique, is that the fabric technology and construction used mean it can easily be worn in either one of two ways.

The outside of the jacket has high vis panels positioned at strategic points – the arm and shoulder area and the back – where visibility is needed most. The remaining parts of the outside of the jacket are made with contrasting black Gore Tex Performance Shell. For commuters in major towns and cities throughout the UK, extra ‘stand out’ safety features are essential and so the jacket has reflective piping and logo on the shoulders and more reflective piping on the back panel which ensures 360-degree visibility.

The inside of the jacket has been made with a fully seam-sealed grey fabric and is finished with two pockets. This gives it the appearance of a smartly designed waterproof jacket meaning it can be worn not just when cycling, but at any time. An additional style feature is the stow-away hood which fits snugly into the high collar.

The Cosmo High Vis commuting jacket is the result of the collaboration between Evans Cycles and Gore, which has taken into account increased feedback from cyclists about their need for durably waterproof commuting garments. This 2-in-1 jacket also gives commuter cyclists a smartly designed alternative to the single colour, high vis yellow jackets

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