These are the best deals on cheap waterproof cycling jackets from dhb, Altura, Decathlon and more that will keep you warm, dry and comfortable as we move from winter rain to… well, let’s be honest, probably more rain this spring.
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Cheap waterproof cycling jackets
- Decathlon Triban RC500 Rainproof jacket: £39.99
- Trespass Qikpac Waterproof Jacket: £27.78
- Altura Firestorm: £79.99 £51.99
- dhb Aeron Storm FLT: £150 £90
- Funkier Protekt Stowaway rain cape: £49.99 £14.00
Decathlon Triban RC500 Rainproof jacket — £39.99
Decathlon’s Triban RC500 Rainproof jacket isn’t the best option for truly awful conditions, with a hydrostatic head of just 8,000mm, but for £39.99 at RRP it’s hard to complain. It really looks and feels like a jacket that should cost much more.
For a budget option, this would be our go-to.
Trespass Qikpac Waterproof Jacket – £27.78
If you don’t want to spend a lot and just need something for the occasional light shower, then this packable rain jacket from Trespass is currently being sold on Amazon for just £27.78.
It features a full-length internal front storm flap, a PU coating and comes in a unisex fit and a wide array of colours.
Altura Firestorm –
Despite its namesake, the Altura Firestorm’s modest specs won’t set the world alight, but equally it won’t burn a hole in your wallet at just £51.99 currently at Cyclestore.
The jacket’s clever reflective print makes the whole thing glow like a beacon when light hits it at night, improving visibility.
dhb Aeron Storm FLT –
At £90, the Aeron Storm FLT is probably pushing the definition of the word cheap, but this is still a £60 saving over RRP for a truly top-end jacket.
Available in either black or a fluro yellow finish, the jacket is said to be highly breathable with a 45,000mm hydrostatic head.
Funkier Protekt Stowaway rain cape –
This ultralight transparent rain cape from Funkier… well, it isn’t actually waterproof, but as an ultra-lightweight first line of defence that you will likely find is surprisingly effective against rain- and wind-chill, this could be £14 very well spent.