dhb have long produced good value clothing popular with commuters, sportive riders and club cyclists alike but they have really upped their game for the 2016 autumn/winter range – and that includes the Aeron Storm waterproof jacket.
We were very impressed when we reviewed the Aeron Tempo jacket recently and were keen to see if the Aeron Storm jacket, said to be dhb’s most advanced product to date, could maintain the firm’s hit rate.
Well, we’re not going to beat around the bush with this one: it can, and then some. This is a jacket which performs way beyond its £125 price tag. Where the Tempo jacket is designed to be a lightweight jacket for your high-intensity rides, and packable for when the weather does improve. The Storm is a bulkier affair, intended more to be worn all day or for prolonged periods, especially when the conditions would ordinarily dictate that you stay indoors. Think of it as a hardier version of the Tempo, and you’ll not be far wrong.