When Brooks set out to make the Criterion Ladies Jacket - a new standard by which all other cycling jackets would be judged - they knew meticulous care had to be taken to ensure artistry and functionality. For this reason they enlisted the expertise of renowned British tailor Timothy Everest. Bearing the name of their founder in the John Boultbee Collection, this fine piece of outerwear is made of Ventile - a woven cotton textile with enduring waterproof and windproof characteristics originally developed for pilots in the Second World War. Its popularity continues thanks to its nearly silent mobility that will help the discerning cyclist slip into classrooms or board meetings marginally behind schedule without notice. The catalog of cycling-specific features includes a small rear flap protecting trousers from rain and soil that neatly folds away when not in use, thumb openings that the wearer might use to hold each sleeve in place, and shoulder panels that have been reinforced so backpacks and bags do not leave unsightly blemishes.
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