While Specialized might call the Eureka a jersey, it’s really more like a jacket that’s perfect for cooler days. It combines soft, stretchy and fleecy panels, while waterproof and windproof material is used in the areas you’ll most need it, along with the pockets.
The Eureka isn’t completely windproof, but it does keep a lot of the chill out without being too hot like some tops. This combination of materials makes for plenty of restriction-free movement and a snug fit.
There’s room under it for a base layer but not much else. Even so, we were comfortable on moderate training rides down to about 10°C (50°F) and breathability remained good for all but the most intense workouts
Rather than using elasticated cuffs that can sometimes be irritating, Specialized has opted for zipped cuffs, which work well with gloves. Add a high collar and elasticated waist, and all draughts are sealed out.
While the shoulders feel a little odd at first, they’re perfect when you reach out to the bars and start riding.
Rounding out the Eureka are four rear pockets, a siliconized lower hem, full front zipper and reflective detailing for low-light visibility. The Fieldsensor material proved resistant to snagging.
Winterweight FIELDSENSOR fabric provides more warmth for colder conditions with its moisture-transfer function, Full-length external zipper construction is smooth against the body, Pockets made with waterproof material to protect contents from splash , Unique shoulder construction provides comfort in the cycling position , Reflective piping on rear pocket and back collar area , Form Fit
El Ninos rolling through town, but so are you. The Eureka Jersey was made with heavy-duty, moisture-transfer FIELDSENSOR fabric to keep you warm and dry through those notoriously windy and cold winter months. Add a lightweight shell to the mix and youre set to weather any storm.