Our Storm™ Cobra features Chrome Storm™, our fully-taped 100% waterproof breathable technology. It's based on our popular Cobra franchise and has a bike-friendly fit with slightly longer torso and arms, pit zips and two-way main zipper for active venting, a zippered back cargo-pocket for cell phone and keys, and reflective details so you can be seen at night.
FIT:• Longer sleeves and torso for riding comfort
• High-neck collar with 3-panel hood
FEATURES:• Zippered pit vents for active venting
• Zippered pass-through back cargo pocket
• Chrome Storm™ breathable waterproof technology
• Fully seam-taped construction with waterproof nylon-twill fabric
• Built in: Guangzhou, China
Some of our favorite reviews
Superb jacket, i'd just tweak the hood...1/17/14 by StuartHaving now used the jacket a couple of times in the worst of the British weather I can confirm it is a great jacket.... Looks great, it really IS waterproof, light, comfortable and looks great. The only weakness has been mentioned by one other reviewer, the hood... I would change two things: Improve the grip of the cords as they come loose especially in the wind; because its roomy (I guess for over a helmet) if your not wearing a helmet your head rotates in the hood when you look sideways obscuring your view... not good in busy traffic. All in all though I'd recommend it! Happy riding...
Storm Cobra Review4/26/13 by ChrisI've been riding with the Storm Cobra as my main jacket for a couple weeks now and it hasn't let me down. It's warm this time of year so I typically can wear just a t-shirt under it and be fine, but paired with a sweatshirt I can imagine I'd be fine even in pretty chilly weather. I really appreciated having it on an especially wet/foggy morning ride over the golden gate recently; it was windy but the cut was slim and fitted enough that it didn't fill up with air or balloon on me as some other non-cycling specific rain jackets have done to me in the past. Probably the best detail for me though so far has been the pit zips. In the past I've resigned myself to just being cold for the first half of a ride, knowing that I'll eventually heat up, or being comfortable at the start only to have to pull over and take something off after a couple miles, but now I can usually vent away enough heat that I'm fine for the whole ride without having to make any other adjustments. I'm anxious to take the jacket out in a serious storm, but from the look of the construction and seam-taping I think it will hold up without any problems at all. So far, highly recommended.
AWESOMENESS4/26/13 by EmilioI bought this jacket during a rain storm and it held up better then any other jacket ive owned no water gets in yet you don't feel over heated and if you get a little warm you can always unzip the lower half. I'm very impressed with this jacket.