British clothing company Endura has unveiled the Pakajak jacket ahead of the autumn/winter season.
As the name suggests, the Pakajak (RRP £39.99) is a lightweight jacket which packs down into a tiny stuff sack to keep in your jersey pocket.
It’s designed to be an emergency jacket so, rather than being fully waterproof, the Pakajak is water resistant, manufactured using a showerproof Ripstop fabric, which also provides protection against the wind.
Endura is based in Scotland so the company’s designers are well-versed on what’s needed to keep the elements out. Features include underarm mesh vents, a dropped tail, zip guard, elasticated cuff, rear neck and hem, and reflective trim on the sleeves, shoulders and back.
The cycling-specific cut is available in both men’s and women’s fits, with a selection of colours on offer.