Initially the Storm-Fit doesn’t really look to be anything special, and the price tag seems to be way over the top for what this jacket features. But as with many things in life, looks aren’t everything.
The Storm- Fit is one of those quite-good-at-everything- but-not-brilliant-at-any-single-thing type of garments. It is very waterproof, but feels a little clammy after an hour or so of riding.
Its visibility factor is good, but not excellent. It has a few pockets, but they’re neither huge nor supported internally. The design is a mix between a full race style jacket and a commuting jacket. In fact the whole thing is a design bag of compromises for more than £100. This is no bad thing though, as it makes it one of the most versatile jackets in the test and performs well in almost all conditions.