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Sosta is Italian for a rest or pause and the Women’s Sosta Jacket allows you to do just that. Its relaxed fit, soft Merino wool interior and zippered front pockets make it perfect for casual outings but there is no shortage of function to complement this high style. If you get caught in bad weather or decide to take your activities to an extreme level, the performance features of the Sosta come to the forefront.
The shell of the Sosta Jacket is a triple-layer polyester/spandex face with a windproof, water resistant membrane bonded together with a Merino wool lining. The inside front panels of the jacket have an additional mesh lining to allow air to circulate. Merino wool blended cuffs and interior collar keep wind and cold at bay.
Cycling-specific features include two concealed rear zipper pockets that open to reveal a large cargo pocket. Reflective Giordana logo on the shoulders remains subtle and becomes highly visible when illuminated.
Who’s it for?
- For the active cyclist that wants a fashionable winter and foul weather jacket that works on the bike and is perfect for stops along the way.
- DWR Treatment:
The entire jacket receives a DWR treatment which adds an extra layer of water resistance to the garment. The treatment creates additional surface tension suspending water beads to the outer fringe of the garment where they can roll off before having the opportunity to penetrate the fabric.
- Breathable Membrane
The Sosta Jacket utilizes a triple layer fabric with a 100% breathable windproof and waterproof membrane sandwiched between the DWR treated face fabric and an ultra-light shear lining. The result is an impermeable barrier against the elements.
The membrane’s breathability allows moisture vapor to escape, facilitatingCore Temperature management by preventing overheating. The Sosta Jacket has great elasticity to ensure a perfect, non-constricting performance fit.
Reflective Giordana logo strategically placed at the upper back remains subtle in natural light yet becomes highly visible when illuminated providing reflectivity without sacrificing the breathable qualities of the fabric.