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Water Resistant SKU# AP-220

Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket

The ultimate urban riding shell. Period.

$200.00
Water Resistant SKU# AP-220

Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket

The ultimate urban riding shell. Period.

$200.00

  • Color: Black
  • Size: size guide
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Details

Form Meets Function

We have evolved our Chrome Storm™ Cobra to the next level. Now with three layer waterproof, breathable twill nylon to keep you dry. We designed it with the innovative Chrome Raglan Reveal™ pattern, allowing for mobility and reflective visibility while on the bike, but disappearing when relaxed off the bike. We've also lengthened the arms and torso and and added a rear stow pocket, updating every detail to create the ultimate urban riding shell.


  • Fit
    • Articulated cuffs for full coverage on bike
    • Athletic fit
    • Available in size S-XXL
    • Model Size:
    • height: 6' 2" / chest: 42" / waist: 32" / shirt: M
  • Features
    • Patent pending Chrome Raglan Reveal™ pattern for enhanced mobility and visibility while riding
    • Front tech pocket to stash phone or wallet
    • Rear stow pocket for larger items
    • 3 panel helmet compatible hood
  • Fabrication
    • 3 layer breathable and waterproof twill fabric to keep you dry and ventilated without looking too technical
    • Built in Vietnam

  • Fit
    • Articulated cuffs for full coverage on bike
    • Athletic fit
    • Available in size S-XXL
    • Model Size:
    • height: 6' 2" / chest: 42" / waist: 32" / shirt: M
  • Features
    • Patent pending Chrome Raglan Reveal™ pattern for enhanced mobility and visibility while riding
    • Front tech pocket to stash phone or wallet
    • Rear stow pocket for larger items
    • 3 panel helmet compatible hood
  • Fabrication
    • 3 layer breathable and waterproof twill fabric to keep you dry and ventilated without looking too technical
    • Built in Vietnam

Feature

Raglan Reveal™ Raglan Reveal™

One of our main missions at Chrome is to build performance gear for the bike that doesn’t look like over-the-top technical gear. We designed our Raglan Reveal™ technology to show off reflective hits on the shoulders of the jacket when you’re reaching for the handle bars but stay hidden when you get to the office or the bar. It’s urban cycling gear at its best.

  • REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

    by PowerReviews
    ChromeStorm Cobra 2.0 Jacket
     
    3.9

    (based on 64 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (28)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (15)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (11)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (8)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (2)

    80%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    No Pros

    Cons

    No Cons

    Best Uses

    No Best Uses
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (5)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Pretty Decent

    It's not a bad jacket...more of a shell or liner though. It does okay in cool weather but you'll need a fleece under it when it gets around 40F...maybe not...Read complete review

    It's not a bad jacket...more of a shell or liner though. It does okay in cool weather but you'll need a fleece under it when it gets around 40F...maybe not if actively biking. Very windproof. It is breathable at the shoulder pleats. I wish it had an internal pocket, but otherwise the chest and lumbar pockets are nicely placed. I may add larger zipper pulls with 550 cord...the stock ones are kind of flimsy and hard to locate with gloves. The overall fit and finish is pretty nice, it has a stylish cut to it...it's overall an EDC garment....probably not a hard use kind of jacket, but then again it's not marketed as such. Not sure I would pay full price for this jacket, as there is a lot of competition at that price point, but I'd consider it a pretty solid buy when on sale.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Needs new zipper design

    I am an all year round commuter in Eastern Pennsylvania. The coat looks cool and it's well-made. I bought it to replace an aging Marmot Minimalist shell.

    Compared to the Marmot,...Read complete review

    I am an all year round commuter in Eastern Pennsylvania. The coat looks cool and it's well-made. I bought it to replace an aging Marmot Minimalist shell.

    Compared to the Marmot, the material is stiffer, heavier, and doesn't compact down as well. Seems pretty water resistant, but I've only so far used it for regular rain, not torrential. Definitely blocks the wind well and keeps you warm with under layers. But as a direct comparison to the Marmot it probably is more "urban stylish," but in every other respect falls short.

    The biggest fault and possible deal breaker is the zipper - it's impossible to get it to unzip fully if the two sides aren't lined up perfectly. So I have to pull it off over my head and fidget with it for ten minutes. Just a simple design flaw. But insanely annoying.

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Needs new zipper design

    By 

    from Philadelphia, PA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Water resistant, cool looking, nicely made

    Cons

    • Bad zipper, stiff material compared to goretex

    Best Uses

      Comments about Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

      I am an all year round commuter in Eastern Pennsylvania. The coat looks cool and it's well-made. I bought it to replace an aging Marmot Minimalist shell.

      Compared to the Marmot, the material is stiffer, heavier, and doesn't compact down as well. Seems pretty water resistant, but I've only so far used it for regular rain, not torrential. Definitely blocks the wind well and keeps you warm with under layers. But as a direct comparison to the Marmot it probably is more "urban stylish," but in every other respect falls short.

      The biggest fault and possible deal breaker is the zipper - it's impossible to get it to unzip fully if the two sides aren't lined up perfectly. So I have to pull it off over my head and fidget with it for ten minutes. Just a simple design flaw. But insanely annoying.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Overall Nice Jacket

      By 

      from Brooklyn

      Comments about Chrome Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

      I really like the jacket. Is durable and it fit very well. I have been using it in rainy situations and it perform pretty well too.
      My only comments would be that you can't wear the hoodie over your helmet. I would love to be able to do that. Is weird that this jacket was design for cyclist but they didn't consider the fact that most of the cyclist use helmet.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      4.0

      Not a riding jacket

      By 

      from Portland, OR

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Smart design
      • Stylish
      • Weatherproof

      Cons

      • Not athletic

      Best Uses

      • Work

      Comments about Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

      I needed a new riding jacket. If you are looking at this jacket I hope you have looked at 2 other things. 1, is a bag. They're all pretty awesome. 2, is the merino wool cobra hoodie, also awesome. But here's my thing, the sleeves on the cobra stick out of the sleeve of the storm cobra by almost 3 inches. And since you can't adjust the cuff of the waterproof outer layer, you end up with totally drenched forearms. This is true of just about any sweatshirt I have, but the thumb holes on the merino wool hoodie seem to make it worse. Flip side the jacket works really well with snow gear, big gloves, and extra insulation and such.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Pretty Decent

      By 

      from DC

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Stylish
      • Water Proof
      • Windproof

      Cons

      • lacks internal pocket
      • Not very warm

      Best Uses

      • Daily Commute

      Comments about Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

      It's not a bad jacket...more of a shell or liner though. It does okay in cool weather but you'll need a fleece under it when it gets around 40F...maybe not if actively biking. Very windproof. It is breathable at the shoulder pleats. I wish it had an internal pocket, but otherwise the chest and lumbar pockets are nicely placed. I may add larger zipper pulls with 550 cord...the stock ones are kind of flimsy and hard to locate with gloves. The overall fit and finish is pretty nice, it has a stylish cut to it...it's overall an EDC garment....probably not a hard use kind of jacket, but then again it's not marketed as such. Not sure I would pay full price for this jacket, as there is a lot of competition at that price point, but I'd consider it a pretty solid buy when on sale.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Favorite jacket I've ever owned

      By 

      from Chicago, IL

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

      Honestly I love everything about this jacket. Was riding in a rain storm the other day and it kept me dry all day. I like the high neck to keep me warm, and all the pockets. Only thing I would change is the zipper is a little rough.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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