- Dhb Long Sleeve Windslam Jersey
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A super light, slim garment with integrated wind protection.
Top Features of the dhb Long Sleeve Windslam Jersey
- Lightweight breathable wicking polyester jersey back body and sleeves
- Wind resistant membrane on front panel
- Full length, lock down zipper
- Hi visibility reflective detailing on chest, forearm, and rear tail
- Performance fit
- 3 vertical pockets
- Centre pocket has sweat resistant barrier to help keep valuables dry
- Internal chin guard
- Internal elasticated silicone gripper on hem
- Elasticated cuffs
Wind is a constant enemy of the cyclist, it is not concerned with who you are be it new comer or Tour de France Champion. The wind can come at any time of the year and so as a cyclist we need to think effectively about how to combat its effects. Enter the Windslam range of Jerseys whose sole goal is to aid rider comfort and performance.
The Windslam jersey fits into dhb’s new Performance range of garments. These have been developed with extended rider feedback and listening to the requirements of the athletes that we sponsor with the garments. The Windslam jersey bridges the gap that is left by many conventional companies in missing out on items that are designed to perform in the spring and autumn, but will also fit effectively into a winter layering system to further boost their claim to be really a Three Season garment.
The basis of the Windslam jersey is that is uses a high quality polyester fabric, which keeps the user dry and comfortable. The added feature is that we add a polyurethane membrane sandwiched between the fabrics to protect the vital organs. No longer will you need to grab a Gilet or a newspaper when coming off that long descent. The standard three-pocket arrangement is visible on the rear but what you can’t see is the addition of a sweat barrier in the central pocket to keep your phone dry and protected. The polyester fabric has been treated to aid the wicking procedure, while at the same time keep the build up of odour to a minimum!
This long sleeve garment is the big brother of the Short Sleeve Windslam Jersey version. Why - long sleeves? Well some riders can’t get on with arm warmers and prefer the feel of a flowing one piece sleeve. Also for riders who suffer from sensitive skin and have to be extra careful in the sun, this offers some extra protection. You will be able to use this jersey for more months than you’d think, this really is the 'Swiss Army knife' of long sleeve jerseys.
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About Long Sleeve Cycling Jerseys
Long sleeve jerseys are ideal to be worn as part of a layering system, or just worn as an outer layer over a base layer. Manufacturers make a range of different long sleeve jerseys, from lightweight materials for summer use to tops that feature wind stopping fabrics on the chest, or thicker winter fleecy lined tops which can almost be described as jackets which will provide a good level of warmth. We stock long sleeve Jerseys from manufacturers such as Assos, Briko, Campagnolo, dhb, Endura, Gore, Northwave and Pearl Izumi. There are various thicknesses of jersey available within this category, we list them with three distinct thicknesses, these give an indication of the time of year they are best suited too. Lightweight are ideal for summer evenings to take the chill off, medium thickness jerseys are great for cooler days in the spring and autumn months whilst the thickest jerseys are suitable for spring, autumn or winter months. Long sleeve jerseys also benefit from other features, such as zip lengths for venting and a range of pockets to keep food, spares or even a water proof shell in, most will also feature reflective detailing for safety.
About the dhb brand
dhb is a technical sports apparel brand, founded in Hampshire, UK, in 2004. We are passionate about the exhilaration of being outside and enjoying sport. Our cycling and running collections are designed for all levels of participant - from novice to professional. We believe ‘there’s no such thing as bad weather’, which is why we aim to provide a wide range of products from a 2.5 layer waterproof jacket to a 90g racing jersey, to keep you outside, doing what you love, all year round.
At dhb, our in-house design & development team in London work with global partners who are experts in manufacturing, materials and technology to deliver the highest quality products. We strive to create stylish and durable apparel that allows our users to forget about gear and focus on their sport.
We are proud to support our sportsmen and women across the world. dhb sponsorships include:
- Official Cycle Clothing supplier for Prudential RideLondon
- Official Team Kit and Clothing supplier to the Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team
- Emily Collins (National Champion - New Zealand)
- Peta Mullens (National MTB XCE Champion - Australia)
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|A. Chest||cm||86.4 - 91.4cm||91.5 - 96.5cm||96.5 - 101.6cm||104.1 - 109.2cm||111.8 - 116.8cm||119.4 - 124.5cm|
|B. Waist||cm||68.6 - 73.7cm||76.2 - 81.3cm||83.8 - 88.9cm||91.4 - 96.5cm||99.1 - 104.1cm||106.7 - 111.8cm|
|C. Height||cm||150 - 159cm||160 - 169cm||170 - 179cm||180 - 185cm||186 - 190cm||191 - 195cm|
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|A. Chest||inches||34″ - 36″||36″ - 38″||38″ - 40″||41″ - 43″||44″ - 46″||47″ - 49″|
|B. Waist||inches||27″ - 29″||30″ - 32″||33″ - 35″||36″ - 38″||39″ - 41″||42″ - 44″|
|C. Height||ft||4′ 11″ - 5′ 21⁄2″||5′ 3″ - 5′ 61⁄2″||5′ 7″ - 5′ 101⁄2″||5′ 11″ - 6′ 1″||6′ 1″ - 6′ 3″||6′ 3″ - 6′ 5″|
dhb Slim Fit
dhb slim fit clothing is cut for an anatomic fit; the garments sit closely against the skin to provide efficient moisture transfer and improved aerodynamics without restriction or excess fabric. Slim Fit offers the perfect balance of performance and comfort for training, club and sportive riding.
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Product Q & A
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e.g. 0 - 5 Deg C I use a long sleeve merino base layer
5 - 10 Deg C, I use a long sleeve synthetic base layer
It's fine for me when riding but I need a fleece layer if spending anytime inactive (i.e. having lunch).
If you adjust the weight of the base layer you should be able to fine tune your core temp. However, as I say, I run really quite warm while riding. Your experience might differ.
If you riding at high intensity and you wear a warm base layer this jersey will be good for you at 0-8deg C
If you want something warmer go for the Windslam Roubaix Jersey which is a heavier weight version and all together warmer garment.
Fit on both garments is nice and slim.
The 'slim fit' icon indicates that this product will fit snugger than normal.
If you prefer more space in the garment - go a size up.
I'm from Australia and have sensitive skin. Looking for a long sleeve jersey to wear in the 30 degree sun over here.
- Will this product be too warm?
- What's the SPF rating?
- Any other lightweight products you can recommend?
the spf rating would be around 25 to 50. i've warn it for a few hours and not been burnt on the back.
i do like the fact that the style is loose. if you already have another shirt or s/s or l/s jersey fits well underneigth.
But seriously you do not need the windslammer front in those conditions and I'd suggest you'd be at risk of getting very sweaty on the chest in this jacket.
I've no idea on alternatives, except perhaps to look at long sleeved walking baselayers instead.
Or try night riding.
I'd look at some of the base layers. I've found that Lifa has a wide range of thermal comfort -seems to let the sweat out easily.
What's the difference between them? Not a lot after reading the descriptions.
Which is warmest?
i have a Roubaix jersey that i wear under the std windslam on days at or below zero (-5 to 2 deg c). i use the std windslam for days warmer, ie 3 to 10 ded c) and the Roubaix only for (8 to 15 deg c).
as the wind is cut out by the windslam i heat up really well. i have to start unzipping it to allow air flow through.
the Windslam Roubaix would be the warmest.
The Windslam is a non-fleecy jersey with a windproof front panel to keep the wind from your body.
The Windslam Roubaix couples the fleecy roubaix lining with the windproof front panel for the ultimate warmth and protection.
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