Product Review: Cadence Sprinter Fleece

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Product Review: Cadence Sprinter Fleece

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You can never have too many jackets. Since spending the winter in Austin, I’ve taken a liking to simple hoodies. All I need is one or two pockets and a front-zip. The Cadence Sprinter Fleece is all that and more. With multiple pockets, reflective accents and a wind-breaking front panel, this jacket has become a staple.

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When it’s windy, the high neck keeps you warm.

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… and if you choose to use the hood, elastic closures will ensure the correct fit.

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Pockets are essential to any riding gear. I don’t want to always carry a bag and the more interior pockets the better. There are two compartments on each side of the jacket’s interior with routing for headphones.

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Jersey pockets are hit or miss. They either look incredibly dorky or they’re not big enough for real, everyday items. The Sprinter Fleece has three nicely-sized pockets.

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Perfect for a tube, Co2, tools or a camera.

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Rather than using a zipper or a button, both of which can be a hazard to open while riding, Cadence chose to use magnets. It’s a simple yet functional choice. At $74 the Cadence Sprinter Fleece is ideal for your winter wardrobe. Pick one up at the Cadence online store or your local shop.

After the holidays I’ll be giving out a large in the gray and purple colorway! Many thanks to Cadence for sending this out and Lauren for the photos!