Storck Winter Jacket review
Storck Winter Jacket tested and rated by our expert reviewer
With a classic, understated black look highlighted with reflective details, the Storck is one of the best-looking bike jackets we’ve tested recently. And those good looks are backed up by the fit, which is snug and comfortable.
The interior is Roubaix-style fabric which is soft on the skin, and the multi-panelled back gives plenty of stretch, making it easy to move about in. It’s 100% windproof and certainly does a great job of keeping out the cold.
The water-repellent panels will come in handy if you’re caught in a shower, while the reflective panels on the sleeves and pockets increase visibility to counteract its all-blackness.
Three pockets on the back provide adequate storage, but with two of them zipped, they’re just that bit more difficult to access on the go.
Even when unzipped they’re harder to slide your hands into, especially if you’re wearing winter gloves. The price is high, but it’s a genuinely top-line jacket and a worthy investment.
Verdict: Does everything well, keeps you warm and comfy on long winter rides. Zipped pockets are the only niggle – 87%