Adidas CP Storm Jacket review

Close-fit minimalist jacket

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £104.95 RRP | USD $129.95
Adidas CP Storm Jacket

Our review

Packable lightweight perfect for racing snakes, if a little sweaty
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Like the Rapha Stowaway and Pearl Izumi Octane, the CP Storm is a minimalist, straightforward jacket aimed at racing whippets who want a close fit with zero flappage. 


All the non-critical features such as draw cords on the neck are absent to keep it light and easy to stuff in a pocket. 

There’s a pocket on the rear as well as an inside vent for added airflow when putting the hammer down. This is a good thing, as the Climaproof material isn’t as breathable as some on test. 

We like the waterproof elasticated shoulder panels that help with the fit while providing plenty of restriction-free movement. All the seams are sealed, and the natty inner arm cuffs seal things in a simple and light way. The back panel is pleated to expand over a back pack.

Wearing it over a bag improves the average breathability slightly as the back yoke flap still works (although you lose the shirt-to-shell direct wicking effect). The jacket is cut large so we’d advise trying a size down for a snug seal at neck and wrists.

The diagonal asymmetric zip is smooth in use, even when filthy, and the mesh neck and one-handed hem drawstring stop draughts.

 The chest logo hides a port for a drink pipe and there’s a zipped pocket on the other side for keys, etc.


Weight is impressive at 248g but you’ve got to really like the bag features and brand for the price.

Product Specifications


Name Trail CP Storm
Brand Adidas

Clothing Sizes Available L M S XL
Available Colours Black
Weight (g) 225
Clothing Material Nylon
Available In (Mens/Womens) Mens
Fastening Type Full-Zip
Layer Thickness Lightweight