Sugoi gear always contains masses of cunning ideas and performance, and the Stealth jacket is no different.
The multipanel, pre bent-arm cut and Excel Stretch fabric give an amazingly mobile yet flap-free close fit that speedsters will love.
The tall neck comes right up round your throat and the cuffs are shaped so they wrap over your wrists for extra warmth.
The long drop tail features a tacky rubber gripper strip too so it doesn't ride up, and the zip tabs are big and easy to grab.
The fabric shrugs off most weather except prolonged heavy rain and it also lets off steam much better than most here. At speed, whipping the front zip down is enough to control temperature but the lack of vents and sleeves you can't pull up mean it still overheats on long, slow climbs.
As you might expect for a performance shell, stowage is limited to a single zipped rear pocket but it's big enough for spare bits and butties.
The lack of features also keeps pack size 'can of beans' scale and the weight low, so it'll cram in a pocket.
The price is reasonable considering that Sugoi stuff usually lasts years.