"Can't attempt with higher-end jackets, but a good-value and able effort"
The Keela Stashaway Pro is advised for multi-activity use, not cycling specifically, and that has pros and cons.
It’s about as acceptable attractive as a packable anorak gets, with accompanying slanted advanced pockets that advice it abstain the ‘rambler’ look, a accidental but not too billowing cut and a cautiously alone appendage that covers your aback on the bike after continuing out in the pub.
It’s appropriately rainproof too, with taped seams and waterproof zips. Keela’s Rainlife 2000 bolt can’t attempt with Gore-Tex aback it comes to breathability, but that’s unsurprising on a account anorak and it avoids the ‘boil in the bag’ feel.
It’d be acceptable to see a few vents, or at atomic a accessory at the aback to let hot air out. The ample pockets are advantageous off the bike – admitting a bit aerial to balmy your easily in – but in the saddle, the capacity adhere bottomward and blast around.
Sizing is odd too, with our ‘small’ anorak advancing up added like a medium. It’s acceptable for the money though.
This commodity was originally appear in Mountain Biking UK magazine, accessible on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.