As a stalwart in the MILLE GT collection, this jacket employs a specifically engineered fabric that is both windproof and water-resistant, while still being lightweight and breathable—all at a great price. Taking design and engineering inspiration from the iconic falkenZahn gilet, the hydrophilic membrane on the front panels of this jacket gives increased wind and water resistance to protect you when the weather is bad. Knowing that spring and fall riding also sees the mercury rise, Assos included their opulent RX brushed fabric on the lower of the front of this jacket to elevate breathability and comfort—its brushed finish also doubles as supreme insulation when needed. Taking the breathability of the jacket to the next level, Assos used their lightweight summer jersey Stripe Tex fabric on the arms. Lightweight, protective and breathable, this jacket is the zenith of Assos' engineering abilities. For you, it’s a jacket that will keep you warm on those chilly mornings without running the risk of overheating as the temperature and ride intensity increases. Sounds like a good call for any ride carried out away from the heat of summer.
Engineered for that stretch between fall and deep winter with breathable, medium-weight insulation that shields you from icy winds and precipitation. This 3-layer thermal soft-shell has been crafted to hit winter out of the park—whether there’s wind, rain, a biting frost, or storms. To ensure you don’t overheat, Assos strategically deployed lighter materials on the shoulders, outer arms, and dorsal of this jacket—locations that benefit from the lower weight. Rounding off this jacket in pursuit of an ergonomic fit and improved breathability, they employed their race-proven RX fabric on the back and underarms.
An indispensable windproof, lightweight shell jacket formulated for female riders. The UMA GT wind jacket can easily be stowed in your pocket while riding. Cut in Assos' revised women’s Long Distance design, this is a comfort-focused, easy-to-throw-on piece for essential protection, minimal volume, and maximum performance.
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