Ciclo - its in their current magazine and on their website as "soon".
What an ACTUALLY designed for cycling jacket? I remember so many tops they said good for cycling but were not due to too-short at the bag. Looking at the photos I really doubt they have actually done the right thing for cyclists which is a really long tail. Basically have to have water run right over the back of the saddle and not drip into your pants.
Sent from drought-ridden California but I have memories of rain.
500-700mah per day. A 12000mah battery which is 9000mah more than the 3500mah in solar panel+battery combo, stores 13-18 days of what of you get from sunshine. Solar makes sense in a very rare corner of demand a tiny % of readers here will encounter.
Which is better? Carrying a bigger battery which guarantees power or a smaller one and wish for sun?
I currently have a 5000mah slim, 7000mah, and 10000mah. If buying now you can get 15000mah easily enough (3 weeks - 1 month of sunshine).
I have the Summit Hoodie and the Bora fleece which are designed to go under the Fuera Ascent and Bora windproof respectively.
Neither is waterproof in any combination particularly, relative to Analogy. I've got a Quito and its never actually failed. I tried the SH+HA last October in Illinois and it leaked bad on the windward side around the neck, the hood wet out and then dribbled to the SH which didn't take much pressure for it to give up and I got wet. I tried the Bora combo about a month ago up in Oregon near-freezing heavy rain and the hood leaked again but for slightly different reasons, the hood on the Bora isn't very good and I was getting rain coming in through the floppy gaps around the face.
I think these ideas are more about having a fleece with water-resistant properties which works well with matching venting (more for pockets access in my experience).
If so long as you're expectations are not too high then you'll be fine, e.g. take a fleece because you like the fleece, a windproof because they're handy and a shell to use if its warm rain or to put on over stuff if its hoolie type conditions.
Even with Quito, which hasn't failed on me, i'm usually carrying a windproof to use for when its not raining and I put it on over the Quito for a bit extra insulation and to cover zips.
Before anyone cries Paramo fails, shells fail too in different contexts. I only own one shell currently a Marmot Mica its not put on often but its there, not taking up weight to add if needed.
The Bora fleece due to the stretch side panels and the hand-warmer is good general fleece, long body, but flappy hood. The SH just looks good in black, but its terribly short, but has tigheners on the hood. Different pros/cons.