Introducing the New Generation of the Ryzon Generator Thermal Bike Jacket

Introducing the New Generation of the Ryzon Generator Thermal Bike Jacket

Ryzon (Germany) - Windproof and water-repellent cycling jacket with MerinoShell, which defies bad weather conditions. The combination of innovative materials, precise manufacturing and a unique design provides high comfort and function. The breathable two-layer laminate combines robust polyamide soft shell on the outside with the finest merino wool on the inside of the jacket and replacing conventional three-layer materials. The inner material made of insulating & soft fabrics offers highest wearing comfort. MerinoShell in the back provides an optimal temperature feeling even on rough days. The open back pockets with side zippers offer much space for your utensils. The reflective waistband and back pockets provide better visibility.


  • Improved fit
  • Breathable as well as wind- and water-repellent
  • Open back pockets with side zippers
  • Reflective border on waistband and back pockets
  • Made in Portugal
  • Material from Italy
  • Made with mulesing-free Merino (wool)
  • Fits unisex


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