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Used exclusively on our softshell and mid-layer pieces, offering a close-to-body fit with minimal room for layering underneath. Ideal for layering under a shell or on its own for everyday wear.
HIGH STYLE AND PROTECTION WITHOUT THE HIGH PRICE TAG.By Incorporating various new fabrics and details throughout numerous styles, we have managed to bring you the most valuable collection around. Combining Ride’s signature Rideractive Features and Ride’s exclusive Hydrapel™ technology with a 10K/5K waterproof/breathable rating, we offer all of the functionality needed for a good day on the hill. So whether you are just starting out or have a few years under your belt, this collection will have you riding in style without breaking the bank. With a variety of looks available, don’t miss the heathered herringbone, slub dobby and crandenim fabrics.
Aquapel by Nano-Tex is the next generation in fabric protection. Aquapel™ is an invisible water-repellent finish that permanently attaches to the fibers in the fabric (actually becomes a part of the fabric), as opposed to simply coating the surface. Water will bead up and roll off. Each Aquapel™ fabric has its own unique recipe, especially formulated for the construction and weave of that specific fabric. No cookie cutter approach here!
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The Pike Bonded Fleece is the best soft shell & mid-layer I have had since they were brought to the market years ago. It is awesome that Ride has introduced a soft shell that in it's first year beats anything to be found beside it on the racks!
First thing I noticed is that it is not cut too skinny or too baggy to inhibit proper fitting as a mid-layer. It fits well under an outerwear piece, especially the Classic Longs of the Ride jackets. The long cut of this fleece allows it to stay low and not ride up above the waistline when strapping in at the lift or styling the arms out on airs/grabs on cold & stormy days. The attached hood has three piece cut which allows it to keep a stylish shape but still be big enough to pull over a helmet on the worst of weather days.
The tech starts with a good base of 3K water resistant rating. This makes it great for being an outer layer on early season, spring and summer camp glacier days as well as extra protection when the weather really sets in mid-winter and begins to beat thru even your best outer layers. One-handed drawcords hidden safe in the waist pockets allows the bottom hem to be cinched-in without fuss. Another cool feature is the simple headphone wire insert in the left waist pocket that allows you to stash the music in the fleece, keep the wires under the layers and not get exposed or flap around while riding. It all zips together (literally) with a well resourced YKK zipper.
The Pike has become my instant favorite among my mid-layers and on-the-town cool temperature jackets. It is built well, super soft, coffee/drink splash resistant, stylish and has proved it's worthiness just this week with the 3 days of riding slopes/bc and 110 miles I spent on the snowmobile, all in heavy duty Tahoe winter weather!