NOW: £49.00 WAS: £70.00

NOW: £49.00 WAS: £70.00

NOW: £49.00 WAS: £70.00

NOW: £49.00 WAS: £70.00

NOW: £49.00 WAS: £70.00

NOW: £49.00 WAS: £70.00

Product Code: A1112790

  • Hi Viz Yellow


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Product Information

The concept behind the Night Vision range is simple: highly functional cycling apparel that protects you from the elements, looks good and helps you be seen when it matters most.

FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on all orders 27th - 30th November 2015

Product Features

  • Waterproof, breathable and highly durable
  • Highly reflective trim
  • Pit and rear vents
  • Water repel zips with reflective trim
  • Chest and rear pocket

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(9 out of 10)

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The red light is a bit of a gimmick and its a real pain that it keeps on swithcing on accidentally. I reckon the battery will be flat soon and I am certainly not going to replace it. If this sort of additon is included, it really needs a reliable off switch!
Confirmed purchase: 24 August 2015
Published on: 23 September 2015
(9 out of 10)


Medway Enthusiast
For me a good cyling top for general wet or windy weather, in spring, summer and autumn.
In-built rear red LED is of questionable use. It works OK but it can't be left in-situ on the jacket whilst jacket rolled-up, because this turns on the LED and drains the small battery. The LED can however be removed easily.
Confirmed purchase: 20 February 2015
Published on: 21 May 2015