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The Pearl Izumi Ultra Windblocking Jacket brings you superior wind and water resistance with great breathability and stretch. On winter days when the weather is menacing, slide into this shell and head out the door in comfort. Large side pockets and media-ready arm pocket provide ample storage room, abrasion print on shoulders helps keep your pack snugly in place, while stretch panels allow for optimal range of motion. Internal cuffs with thumbholes provide additional warmth when tackling your long runs in fierce conditions.

Colors

  • Electric Blue (3UU)

Details

  • Wind and water resistant without a laminate for superior breathability and protection from the elements
  • Brushed fleece interior for added thermal benefits
  • Full zipper with internal draft flap and garage to prevent chafing
  • Side pockets to stow essentials (approx. 5.5"W x 9.5"H) 
  • Media-ready side zip pocket on arm with taped seams (approx. 3.5"W x 4.5"H)
  • Abrasion print on shoulders for increased pack traction
  • Raglan sleeve construction for a better fit
  • Stretch panels along sides, back, and under arms for optimal mobility
  • Articulatied sleeves with thumbholes and cuffs for increased warmth and coziness

Fabric

  • Main Body (100% Polyester), a wind and water resistant synthetic fabric with great breathability
  • Stretch Panels (95% Polyester/5% Elastane), a highly stretchy synthetic fabric that breathes well and offers great thermal benefits

Comments: Yrs. Running: 6 Mileage: 30-70 (depends on training) PR: Marathon 2:54:58

Very nice jacket. I like that it's semi-fitted so no wind gets in anywhere, and it blocks the wind very well too. Everyone handles cold weather differently, so the amount of layers you wear might be different. So I'll tell you what I wore, and what kind of weather I ran in. The coldest temp I ran with this jacket was low single digits with a wind chill around -10. I wore a base layer with a long sleeve. I felt as comfortable as much as someone could, running in that kind of cold. I can't emphasis how important it is to have the wind blocking feature of this jacket. I'm not going to lie though. Towards the end of my 14 mile run, I was starting to get a little cold. It performed well though, and I highly recommend this jacket.

Pros: wind blocking, the fit, a lot of pockets, it keeps you warm

Cons: hardly any reflective material
From: Mark, Appleton, WI US. 3/3/14

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick