Roger 1973 Winter Jacket
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Where It's Made
Obbi products are made in Napoli Italy using unique premium Italian materials.
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Obbi products are made in Napoli Italy with luxury Italian materials.
Wear the future
When you put on the Roger 1973 winter jacket, you’re wearing the future of sportswear. Obbi uses cutting-edge technology to design and produce the world’s finest and most comfortable cycling winter jacket.
On the inside, the jacket is soft and warm to ensure excellent thermal protection, while on the outside, it’s water repellent with a windproof membrane to guarantee you the best protection from the cold weather. Furthermore, the Roger 1973 winter jacket is also highly breathable, helping you to keep performing at your highest level at all times.
For safety reasons, Obbi have also included a long and stylish reflective strip to ensure maximum visibility when you’re out on the roads.
When you order Obbi takes 10 business days to make this jacket by hand in Napoli Italy. Please supply a custom insignia when you order so this jacket can be truly yours.The Story behind the name
An early crash on stage 11 in the 1973 Giro d’Italia allowed a strong group of pre-race favorites to get away. Top names like Eddy Merckx, Felice Gimondi, Gianni Motta and Roger De Vlaeminck were all represented at the front, while a young Giovanni Battaglin was caught at the back and had to concede three minutes that day.
In the final sprint for the victory, De Vlaeminck once again proved to the quickest as he powered past Gimondi and Merckx to cross the finishing line first in Benevento. De Vlaeminck later went on to win no less than 22 stages in the history of Giro d’Italia.
The Roger 1973 winter jacket is a dedication to the Belgian legend who won so much in Italy during his career.Features
- CORTINA by CARVICO® fabric
- FISH SUPERSOFT VTF20 by WINDTEX® fabric
- VISLON® AquaGuard® zip
- Two inside pockets
- Recommend for tempuratures 23F / -5°C to 32F / 0°C