Style number : 1070189
TechThe SF-2 Plastron is ideal for cold weather protection thanks to an upper front water and windproof polyurethane membrane that evacuates moisture.
- Supra Filo 2: Great moisture management
- Light WindDry 2: Waterproof and windbreaking
- Wind barrier front: Offers a windbreaking front barrier that allows moisture management through the back
- Flatlock seams
- Front reflective accent
- Weather: Wind
- Sizing Chart
Sizing ChartFIT GUIDE
Measurements all around
MEN SIZE CHARTS Standard Fit XS S M L XL XXL 3XL 1 CHEST MEASUREMENT 32-34 in.81-86 cm 35-37 in.89-94 cm 38-40 in.96-101 cm 40-42 in.101-106 cm 42-44 in.106-111 cm 44-46 in.111-116 cm 46-48 in.116-122 cm 2 WAIST MEASUREMENT 28-30 in.71-76 cm 30-32 in.76-81 cm 32-34 in.81-86 cm 34-36 in.86-91 cm 36-38 in.91-96 cm 38-40 in.96-101 cm 40-42 in.101-106 cm 3 HIPS MEASUREMENT 32-34 in.81-86 cm 35-37 in.89-94 cm 38-40 in.96-101 cm 40-42 in.101-106 cm 42-44 in.106-111 cm 44-46 in.111-116 cm 46-48 in.116-122 cm 4 INSEAM 30 in.76 cm 31 in.79 cm 32 in.81 cm 33 in.84 cm 33 in.84 cm 33 in.84 cm 33 in.84 cm
Garment that provides a close to the body fit without compressing.
DescriptionFor cold weather protection, the SF-2 Plastron is ideal. The upper front has a polyurethane membrane that is water and windproof but evacuates moisture. The rest of the base layer is a soft and moisture managing mesh.
3 Customer Review(s)I have 5 years of use with this top.
For those Oct-Dec outings when the chilling shade of Autumn changes the minds of many cyclists, Plastron Top lets one complete the bike route. It is a surprisingly thin material that helps retain heat and helps the jacket deflect wind. This shirt works best for me on Sunny 45 degree thru Cloudy 60 degrees Oct- Jan. For these days, I have Palstron base, light weight long sleeve cycling shirt and windbreaker.
Quality Price ValueI purchased and tried out this undershirt recently with temperatures in the high 50s. It definitely helps with shielding wind to stay somewhat warmer similar to wearing a wind vest. The only downside is that there is no ventilation or way to dry any sweat build-up which caused a drop in core temperature. I believe I will stick to a wind vest that I can unzip and allow air to circulate during harder efforts. Overall a decent idea, but not suited for me. Quality Price ValueLove this base layer, great for Colorado. Can be challenging to take off after a hard session though. Quality Price Value
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