Temperatures can warm up, but parts of the northern hemisphere are still experiencing colder conditions as summer approaches. For those facing the last gasps of winter, the Lady Natcho jacket from Segura is built to withstand the coldest temperatures.
The softshell exterior features a Twiltex construction, which maximizes protection while optimizing comfort. A waterproof yet breathable membrane also protects the rider from the elements. Herringbone stitching matches the style of the down jacket and a detachable hood adapts the Natcho to changing conditions. A removable 90-gram thermo-aluminum liner increases warmth for even colder climates, but the fixed mesh liner and ventilation system help circulate air during hot spells.
However, the Natcho does more than just protect against the elements. With CE Alpha protectors on the shoulders and level 1 adjustable armor on the elbows, the Segura Jacket offers a sufficient level of impact protection. Customers may need to purchase a back pad separately, but the Lady Natcho still gets a Class A CE rating out of the box.
The Segura jacket already favors insulation with a slim fit but zipped cuffs ensure the cold stays at bay. In addition to two outer pockets and two inner pockets, a shoulder pocket and a wallet pocket provide additional storage space for personal items.
Segura offers the adaptable jacket in the colors grey, burgundy and khaki. Sizes for women range from T0 to T6, and Segura charges €249.99 ($270) for the Lady Natcho. Spring may have taken hold in many places in the Northern Hemisphere, but with the Lady Natcho Jacket riders can weather the April showers before enjoying the May flowers in the late spring and summer months. ‘summer. Whether you’re an urban commuter, sport touring cyclist or avid adver, the Segura jacket should have you covered through the last gasps of winter.