Chrome: De Haro Windbreaker Jun 3, 2013


Photo by Matt Lingo


Chrome introduces the De Haro Windbreaker, a lightweight packable jacket that looks great on and off the bike.

“We made the De Haro for bombing hills and crashing parties. On the bike, it provides passive and active venting. Full-length side vents let heat out naturally. The two-way zip allows you to unzip the bottom and increase wind flow. Reflective cuffs also function as cinches. It features a back cargo-pocket that doubles as a stuff sack.”

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  • John Vajda

    I actually bought this recently and was going to return as it felt a little big. I decided to give it a road test and I am very happy with it. Once it gets broken in, it seems to “fit” better. It’s also nice that it can be compacted down into the internal pouch for easy transport. It’s water resistent to a point, but won’t keep you dry in downpours. It also breaths well so it’s perfect for 55 – 65 degree days with just a t-shirt underneath.