ROCKA. The name from the motorcycling culture of the mid-twentieth century, the Rockers, who’d don leather biking jackets with wraparound buttoned collars. Famed Savile Row tailor Timothy Everest helped shape the collar and inspire the contrasting two-tone material, much like suits he makes for his bespoke clients. The fabric? An evolution of the same legendary rain battling water/wind-resistant textile that Castelli’s Gabba is built from, with a more defined silhouette than that distinctly race-edged piece. Two rear pockets complement a storm-flapped front stash pocket, providing ample storage across a large temperature range. Short sleeves allow for greater versatility in the changing conditions we often encounter during the colder seasons.
- Gore Windstopper X-Lite fabric: windproof, water repellent, breathable
- The cut is designed to give a more defined silhouette
- Black reflective piping at hem for low light visibility