Mens Black Pack Up Cycling Gilet - Fat Lad At The Back
Mens Black Pack Up Cycling Gilet - Fat Lad At The Back

Mens Black Pack Up Cycling Gilet

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Our Black Pack Up cycling gilet is made from a lightweight windproof fabric, it will keep the wind and even a bit of drizzle off you. The mesh back makes it super breathable so you wont overheat. The perfect piece of kit to scrunch up into your jersey pocket for when the unpredictable weather catches you out. Features reflective elements on the back for extra visibility and a high collar to keep the chill off your neck. For best results use our size guide.

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Black gilet that you can keep in your jersey pocket and layer up or down

FEATURES

  • Mens cycling gilet
  • Lightweight so it's easy to carry
  • Easily packs into a jersey pocket for when it's needed
  • Windproof fabric front keeps your core warm
  • Mesh back stops you from overheating
  • Reflective piping back side panel for visibility
  • High collar
  • Silicone gripper at hem keeps it in place

 SEASON

  • Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter as an extra layer

TEMPERATURE GUIDE

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WEARER GUIDE

You may run hotter or colder and will need to adjust your layering. If you’re wet on the inside, remove some layers

  • A super versatile piece of kit
  • Particularly good on changeable days as it packs into a pocket for when it's needed
  • Essential for windy days and will also keep off a bit of drizzle

To find out more, check out our Jackets and Gilets guide.

READ THIS  ⬇️  It will help you get the right size, first time!

Fit

Jerseys are designed to skim the skin without stretching so you won't look like a shrink wrapped chicken, but if you prefer a stretch effect, go down a size or two!

If your belly is larger than your chest, you have a couple of options depending on how you prefer the fit of your jersey. If you don't want the garment to stretch at all, then use your belly measurement but this will be a baggy fit elsewhere. Otherwise go with your chest measurement but expect the garment to have to stretch to accommodate your belly. 

If you straddle 3 or more sizes, it's best to pick a size in the middle.

Please email our sizing Guru's for more advice.

Customer Jersey Sizing Feedback

  • Bang on 84%
  • Too big 13%
  • Too small 3%

Wind and Water Resistant Jackets and Gilets have less stretch than our jerseys and are designed to fit over a layer. If you want to wear several layers you may want to size up.

Because there is less stretch, if you are between sizes you will probably need to size up, however bear in mind that the jacket may be loose in some places.

Please email our sizing Guru's for more advice

Tor Winter Jackets are made from a stretchy fabric but are a snug fit, particularly across the tummy area, therefore we recommend going up a size if you prefer a looser jacket or want to wear several layers.

  • Runs small size up 1 - 2 sizes

    Top Tips For Getting The Right Size

    1. Get measured before you order 
    2. Measure your chest and belly at its largest point 
    3. If your belly is larger than your chest see above for more advice
    4. Drop us an email with your measurements if you need some help
    5. Long sleeve underarm length *approx 61cm
    6. Jersey *approx length centre under collar to hem
    7. For over 52" chest/belly try our Big and Tall range
    8. For more sizing tips and troubleshooting, check out our About Our Gear section
      FLAB SIZE
      CHEST (cm)

      *JERSEY LENGTH

      (Front  :  Back)

      36 36" (92cm)
      59cm  :  70cm
      38 38" (97cm)
      59cm  :  70cm
      40 40" (102cm)
      59cm  :  70cm
      42 42" (107cm)
      59cm  :  70cm
      44 44" (112cm)
      59cm  :  70cm
      46 46" (117cm)
      60cm  :  71cm
      48 48" (122cm)
      61cm  :  72cm
      50 50" (127cm)
      62cm  :  72cm
      52 52" (132cm)
      64cm  :  73cm
      Big and Tall/Spare Tyre 54/58" (137-147cm)
      68cm  :  77cm

      Trying On Cycling Tops

      Adopt cycling position and check the feeling of the top over your shoulders and back