For those occasions where you need a little more protection over your cycling jersey or shirt or some added warmth under your cycling jacket a Proviz gilet is the perfect solution. With all Proviz cycling gilets incorporating market leading reflective technology and lots of hi viz features, wearing them as an outer layer will ensure you are seen in any light.
Our extensive range of cycling gilets are comfortable and practical, using high performance, breathable, soft-stretch, showerproof and windproof material. With gilets in colours and fits to suit all types of cyclists.
We offer a range of styles, from lightweight gilets to our PixElite perfomance range with rear pockets and extra protection from the wind and of course high wicking. Whilst there is no such thing as a totally windproof gilet we think you will be impressed with our wind protection.
Within our various ranges there are both front and rear jersey pockets available and as ever that extra layer of protection that is our high visibility details and panels.
Key Gilet Features:
- Extra Layer of protection from wind and rain
- Zipped Pockets, adding extra security for you personal belongings
- Jersey pockets, rear pockets or front zipped pocket version depending on range
Cycling Gilet FAQ
How tight should a cycling gilet be?
Going a little loose allows for you to layer as winter and the colder weather comes in. Going too tight will likely be uncomfortable too. So look for a snug fit that allows you to layer underneath to give you the most flexibility.
What do you wear under a cycling gilet?
The flexibility of cycling gilet it that it allows you to wear long sleeve tops but then use the gilet to keep your core warm. As with all sports clothing it is advisable to layer and ensure layers close to the skin allow wicking.
Should a cycling gilet be waterproof?
Whilst not the primary aim of a gilet, having some water repellency can be a positive. Allowing you to keep warm by not getting wet and keeping out the wind.
Should a cycling gilet be warm?
A gilet adds an extra layer of protection helping you avoid chills to the chest and torso. There tend to be two types, single layer and padded, they can be used to to keep you warm all through the seasons. So they should be warm in comparison to the temperature.
Are cycling gilets worth it?
We are obviously biassed, but simply put we would not be making them if we did not think they were great. Added to the usual benefits is our incredible visibility that is at the core of all Proviz products.
Yes, they are worth it!