Just as the company has developed a thorough lineup of premium wheelsets to handle virtually any condition for virtually any rider, whether on road or off, Mavic also offers a similarly diverse and technically superior range of clothing. The Cosmic Wind family of garments isn't engineered for the outright coldest conditions you may encounter for that, see the Inferno range, but the Mavic Cosmic Wind Jacket you see here is a bit lighter and more breathable, making it more comfortable for rigorous, high paced rides that make you sweat, regardless of winter's wrath. Rounding out a selection that includes the Cosmic Wind Bib Tights and Bib Knickers, the Cosmic Wind Jacket is a bit more heavy duty than the Cosmic Wind Long Sleeve Jersey, which itself is highly protective, but as we said, the jacket is still a relatively light and breathable piece. This is thanks to the use of proprietary, purpose focused fabrics in specific areas. Foremost, the frontal areas of the torso and sleeves are paneled with Wind Shell Warm, a wind and rain resistant material that blocks as much as eight times the amount of wind of competitors' fabrics while retaining superb breathability. To that end, the jacket employs Wind Wick ST on its interior, serving as a soft, comfortable reinforcing backing to the Wind Shell Warm exterior fabric while also further aiding in the evacuation of moisture. There's a flurry of aptly named, anatomically engineered details such as Ergo Cuff a flexible, non bunching cuff that moves naturally with the wrist while also sealing out the elements, Ergo Grip a silicone gripper inside the jacket's rear hem to keep it in place and Ergo Zip the offset front zipper that keeps the zipper termination out of your face. Finally, a number of reflective details for nighttime visibility and a pair of rear pockets keep the jacket as practical as it is comfortable. The Mavic Cosmic Wind Jacket comes in two color schemes Blackwhiteautobahn, and Blackautobahn ...