Cold, wet days represent a double threat to cyclists. The cold is bad enough when you're just standing in it, but when you're cycling, you create your own wind chill, which only exacerbates things. And if you get wet while riding, that wind chill you're creating makes the already cold dampness even colder. Eventually, you hit a point where you can't bring your body temperature back up just by riding, no matter how many layers you're wearing. That's why Louis Garneau designed the Course Windpro LS Jacket to keep the wind and the wet at bay, eliminating both obstacles before they become problems and keeping you cycling well into the months where inclement conditions run rampant. The majority of the jacket is made from LG's Light Wind Pro fabric, a fleece that blocks four times the wind that traditional fleece does while shedding rain and snow. Since they don't catch the natural wind chill created when you ride, the sides, pockets, collar lining, and rear forearms have inset panels of ThermaSoft 180, an insulating material that regulates body temperature and wicks moisture more effectively than the wind resistant Light Wind Pro. The combination of these two materials maximizes the Windpro LS Jacket's ability to protect against the elements while still ventilating enough to keep you comfortable. The race fit body, pre shaped shoulders, and specially designed collar ensure that you'll have a comfortable, unrestrictive fit without excess material hanging off of you while you're in the saddle. A full length zipper with an inner flap means the jacket is easy to get on and off, and the silicone grip inside the exaggerated rear hem keeps it in place once it's on. The lower back of the jacket includes three pockets, the outer two of which are angled for ease of access. This feature is especially appreciated since it's hard enough as it is fumbling about in standard jersey pockets with winter gloves on, looking for that last gel pack. A media pocket lets you run your headp...