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Waterproof Cycling Jacket

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Nov 2013
11:14am, 29 Nov 2013
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magnumpti
I've got an Altura Night Vision Evo jacket which I'm using all the time on my commute now that it's a bit cooler. It's starting to get a bit worn now so I'm going to get a new one for Christmas. The equivalent jacket to mine is about £80/£90, can anyone recommend something similar in quality that might cost marginally less?
Nov 2013
11:36am, 29 Nov 2013
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Winded
I have an Altura one too. I'm told the DHB ones are good value as are the Mountain Warehouse own brand - though I have found that Mountain Warehouse stuff is sometimes a quality that has been manufactured down to a price.
Nov 2013
12:05pm, 29 Nov 2013
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GregP
By co-incidence, @londoncyclist have just reviewed the Endura equivalent.

I have an old Altura which is great apart from it doesn't cover the bottom of my suit jacket.
Nov 2013
12:22pm, 29 Nov 2013
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chunky
My experience of the Endura jackets (£110) is not good the zipped "armpit" vents came unstuck, the supplier undertook to repair, but wanted it cleaned first. I understand they lose waterproof when cleaned, so the result is I'm stuck with unstuck vents! A colleague at work also has an Endura jacket with unstuck vents on a £150 jacket. Good otherwise though...still works but not ideal

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