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Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket

The ultimate urban riding shell. Period.

$119.99 - $200.00

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New Arrivals SKU# AP-220

Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket

The ultimate urban riding shell. Period.

$119.99 - $200.00

Promotions

Spend over $100 get $20 off, over $150 get $50 off, over $250 get $100 off!

  • Color: Black
  • Size: size guide
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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 Reveal Raglan™ 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 Reveal Raglan™ 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 Reveal Raglan™ 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

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  • REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

    by PowerReviews
    ChromeStorm Cobra 2.0 Jacket
     
    3.9

    (based on 60 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (28)

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      (12)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (10)

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      (2)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Awesome LAF jacket.

    Once I got the sizing right I've been loving this jacket! I went on a decent length ride today with this jacket, not the coldest or rainiest ride I've taken but it this jacket...Read complete review

    Once I got the sizing right I've been loving this jacket! I went on a decent length ride today with this jacket, not the coldest or rainiest ride I've taken but it this jacket was super comfortable on the ride. I rode last night in a decent rainstorm and it kept me 100% dry, the is awesome because the draw strings keep it in place. On the long ride today, I wore arm warmers under the jacket and it stopped all wind, after the ride we grabbed a burrito and it started getting cold, the high cooler and neck strap kept the heat in and kept me warm on the ride home. The back pass through pocket held a small water bottle which helped on the long ride, but it could store a lot, tools, spare tire tube or even a light weight sweatshirt.
    The hood stows well, it's a small light weight hood so it's not too bulky when stowed. The jacket also isn't to bulky it's self so you can through it in a backpack and still have room for your beer etc, in case it gets rainy.
    The one thing I would have to ding this jacket on is its zippers, while they work and are actually very well hidden, the actual tabs to pull the zipper are pretty small. I had to stop riding and remove my glove access them, which is annoying, but not the end of the world. I plan to tie a string in them to make it easier to zip/ unzip the zippers.
    To end on a good note, the jackets front pockets are huge! I put my cellphone in one, to keep me from swearing all over it and my wallet in the other and had plenty of room for other stuff, cliff bar snacks, lights gloves etc and it still wasn't a bother while ridding.
    Bottom line the jacket looks awesome on or off the bike, is simple yet functional and is not a terrible price. It could double as a snowboard jacket or even just a rain jacket while dressed up just as well a legit all weather riding jacket. Must have for the biker who rides in rain bust still wants to look good doing it. Thanks chrome, and btw your costumer service was awesome and helped me deal with me ordering the wrong size!

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Not Built For More Than One Portland Winter

    Initially I loved this jacket. I remember the first downpour I got caught in during my commute home wearing it. When I got home I unzipped it to find my undershirt perfectly dry....Read complete review

    Initially I loved this jacket. I remember the first downpour I got caught in during my commute home wearing it. When I got home I unzipped it to find my undershirt perfectly dry. I was impressed and the fit was perfect for cycling as all the other gear I've bought from Chrome. If I had written this review immediately after being the Storm I'd have given it 5 stars. Fast forward to it's second season rain season and it's barely water resistant. The waterproofing material on the inside has been steadily breaking down and peeling off. I took it into my local Chrome store and was told that sweat and oils from skin cause it to break down. I always wear under layers so bare skin is never touching the surface of the coat so I don't quite understand this reasoning. The last time I wore it I found water seeping in through the hood and shoulders. I couldn't find any detailed information on Chrome's trademarked Storm waterproof technology so I'm not sure what goes into it. From what I understand the only truly waterproof breathable materials are Goretex or Polartec type fabrics. The Storm appears to be only nylon with a rubber like substance coating the inside of the jacket. I recently bought the Mission Workshops Orion jacket which uses the Polartec fabric and after several months of riding in the rain it's proven to be far superior to this jacket. Yes, it cost more than twice as much as the Storm but it is truly waterproof, breathable and flexible. It is really expensive but the material is backed by science and it works. I love Chrome gear and have never been disappointed until now. The Storm looks great and fits perfect but when it comes down to it, it does not hold up against the elements. I'm hoping Chrome will improve on the design and incorporate better materials that have been proven to be waterproof and breathable.

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    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

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    But guys, it's NOT water proof.

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    from Undisclosed

    Site Member

    Comments about Chrome Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

    Craziest thing. Great looking jacket that is like wearing a colander in the rain.

     
    5.0

    Great Jacket

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    from Undisclosed

    Site Member

    Comments about Chrome Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

    I really like this jacket. I had the original Storm Cobra and I would have to say that this is a big improvement. The jacket is more comfortable overall. It fits a little bit larger than the previous version, but not by much. I live in Portland, Oregon and it rains here... this jacket has been amazing. I have no worries braving the elements in this bad boy. The hood is large and has two different cinches to make sure it fits with or without a helmet. My only complaint would be how tall the collar zips up, but this is a minor complaint at the most.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Nice Jacket- wow it costs a lot of money...

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    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about Chrome Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

    I got a small, and fits me decently as a 5'10" (okay 5' 9.5") 150lbs guy. Medium might have been a better choice if I wanted to layer up a bit more, but I was looking for a spring/summer/fall jacket. Seems decently waterproof, maybe a little more 'heavily water resistant." Not super breathable, but on par with what you would expect to get with something as water repellant as this. Shoulder slits allow for riding in a more aggressive position without hulking out of the jacket and longer back keeps my crack relatively hidden. Reflective aspects seemed to have all but disappeared with one wash- nothing a little scotch lite can't fix. I like the jacket, it is well made but expensive- but that is what you expect from Chrome- decent, durable goods that cost more than a mid-level bike frameset.

     
    3.0

    HONEST REVIEW

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    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about Chrome Storm Cobra 2.0 Jacket:

    I didn't realize the 2.0 took away the features I loved about the original storm. First off the jacket is heavy, like really heavy. That's not something I want to worry about when riding. I wear a small in the original storm and this small fits more like a medium! The sleeves go way over my arms and the bottom of the coat near the waist fits more like a dress. Why did Chrome get rid of the drawstring tighteners on the bottom? Also getting rid of the armpit zips makes no sense to me, that was one of the best features. I often question whether Chrome is testing their clothing with actual bike messengers, because I showed four messengers here in Portland, Oregon and they all agreed this update is terrible. I really wanted to like this jacket especially since my original storm can't even handle a light drizzle in Portland anymore. I'll stick to your bags.

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