Samhain

‘Samhain’ {festivity}: Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the “darker half” of the year. Traditionally celebrated from 31 October to 1 November, as the Celtic day began and ended at sunset.

Shorter days shouldn’t mean shorter rides.

Introducing our new Samhain Jersey, created for riding in deep winter and changeable weather conditions.

The darker half of the year is upon us in the UK, which means fewer daylight hours for riding in, and the setting in of cold, changeable weather.

Our Samhain jersey has been designed with those riders in mind who always head out – no matter the time of day, or what the weather is doing.

We’ve made a major update to the jersey for winter 2019 with the addition of hi-visibility orange panels to the upper arms and rear pockets of the garment.

These panels, in addition to the reflective trim across the shoulders, around the wrists, the front pocket, and to the rear and sides of the pockets, mean enhanced visibility for the rider in low light and artificial light conditions created by car headlights.

The garment is constructed using a highly water-repellent, windproof and high-stretch WindTex membrane fabric – allowing it to deal with wet, cold and windy conditions with ease, whilst keeping the wearer warm and comfortable.

Whether it’s heading out early in the morning or in the evening to get the miles in, or if you just want a versatile, visible winter jersey for riding in cold and gloomy conditions, the Samhain jersey is an ideal addition to the wardobe of the cyclist who rides outside all year round, no matter what the weather throws at them.

Shop Samhain Jersey here.

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