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  • Product description

    The Proviz REFLECT360+ gilet is the more ‘technical’ version of the highly successful selling original version launched in 2014 (click here). The new material is designed by us and used in the REFLECT360+ gilet to give added breathability and is more lightweight than the original version which will aid cyclists and runners wanting a higher performing garment but not wishing to lose any of the reflective capability of our unique, upgraded reflective material (CE EN 20471 certified) that made the original version of this gilet (click here) so successful.

    The REFLECT360+ gilet has a more tailored fit will give you a more streamlined look. The gilet will keep the wind out and your body dry should you encounter any rain showers.

    About the fabric: The fabric used for the REFLECT360+ range is designed by Proviz and is highly technical. A special film is used to achieve the increased breathability and waterproofing required which is then sealed to our special reflective material. During daylight it is a modest grey colour. At night, when the fabric picks up an external light source, eg vehicle headlights, it gives ‘astonishing reflectivity’ (quote: Cycling Active Magazine). The material is CE EN 20471 certified. 



    Features:

    • 100% reflective material (CE EN 20471 certified)
    • Tailored fit
    • Breathability: 10,000+gm/24hr
    • Waterproofing: 10,000mm
    • Fleece-lined collar
    • Lightweight
    • Side pockets
    • Machine washable
    • Zip pullers

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    Size (cm)

    XS

    Small

    Medium

    Large

    X Large

    XXL

    Chest:

    85-90

    91-96

    97-103

    104-110

    111-118

    119-127

           

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    Size (cm)

    UK6

    UK8

    UK10

    UK12

    UK14

    UK16

    Chest:

    70-75

    76-80

    81-83

    86-88

    92-94

    95-97


  • Proviz Gilet 360+ Cycling Gilet Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.7
    out of 5
    4.70
    Build Quality
    5.00
    Performance
    5
    Value For Money
    4.38

    Customer Reviews (4)

    5
    Fantastic commuting gilet

    If you ride your bike in s town then visibility is essential. This gilet makes you highly visible, it's cool to look at and to wear. Good pockets for 'stuff'. And a small is equivalent to a size 10-12.

    If you ride your bike in s town then visibility is essential. This gilet makes you highly visible, it's cool to look at and to wear. Good pockets for 'stuff'. And a small is equivalent to a size 10-12.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    Great product with slight flaw

    The 360+ does exactly what it states and provides maximum reflectivity. It's bulkier than a standard nylon gilet and you won't be wrapping it up to put in your back pocket. It stops the wind getting through and looks like it's waterproof. The flaw is in the cut. I had to go down a size to get a snug fit . My major criticism is that it's cut square at the bottom the front and back being the same length. The front needs to be shorter and the back much longer. As soon as you adopt the normal road bike position the lower bak is exposed and ie would have been so simple for this not to have happened. I'd thoroughly recommend it for normal commuting use.

    The 360+ does exactly what it states and provides maximum reflectivity. It's bulkier than a standard nylon gilet and you won't be wrapping it up to put in your back pocket. It stops the wind getting through and looks like it's waterproof. The flaw is in the cut. I had to go down a size to get a snug fit . My major criticism is that it's cut square at the bottom the front and back being the same length. The front needs to be shorter and the back much longer. As soon as you adopt the normal road bike position the lower bak is exposed and ie would have been so simple for this not to have happened. I'd thoroughly recommend it for normal commuting use.

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    4.8 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 4.5/5
    4
    Does what it says on the tin!

    You will not believe how reflective this gilet is unless you see it. It is truly amazing and can be seen for some distance on dark nights. My only gripes are really that they are not cheap, are still rather heavyweight despite being better than the standard Provizgilet. You also need to take note of the sizing as mine was too large depsite being officially the correct size for me. Overall a must for anybody who rides on dark nights.

    You will not believe how reflective this gilet is unless you see it. It is truly amazing and can be seen for some distance on dark nights. My only gripes are really that they are not cheap, are still rather heavyweight despite being better than the standard Provizgilet. You also need to take note of the sizing as mine was too large depsite being officially the correct size for me. Overall a must for anybody who rides on dark nights.

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    4.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5
    5
    Fantastic for night time activity.

    This is a really well built jacket, it speaks quality in materials and workmanship. It features two zipped side pockets, (very useful), and a fleece lined collar for comfort, (something my stubble will no doubt enjoy slowly tearing to shreds).. The jacket has some kind of DWR treatment and is water resistant, droplets beading nicely on it, (at least for its first few outings so far), Seams are sealed and it is claimed to be breathable - in my experience it's not breathable enough to cope with a 10k run tho', I still get wet inside from my own sweat, (but I have yet to find a w/p jacket that does allow sufficient ventilation for running, Goretex, Goretex Paclite and eVent suffer similarly) I'd imagine this jacket is plenty breathable enough for cycling in however, as you don't get so hot with this activity. And being a gilet it allows a lot more airflow via the arm pits than anything sleeved. The edges of the jacket are nicely trimmed with a black elastic fabric and the whole thing feels very stylish and hi-tech. I've felt rather superhuman in my first few outings. The fit, despite the 360+ being more tailored than the previous 360 incarnation, is a tad baggier on me width-wise than I'd prefer, but I'm skinny, (180cm, 70 kg), and like things snug. The fit isn't baggy enough to cause problems tho'. Shine a light on it and this gilet really comes into its own. It shines right back at you. In fact I have yet to witness a reflective material performing so well. It is BRIGHT! Cars give me a VERY wide berth. This is an absolutely perfect jacket for night time cycling, running/jogging on the roads, and for any nocturnal activities where you need to be visible for traffic, (such as recently clearing out storm drains in some very heavy rain to prevent flooding to my property where the gilet proved indispensable). The jacket in normal daylight is a muted grey colour. Without any light shining on it it is quite dull. And in low or murky daylight conditions where cars aren't using headlights I wouldn't recommend this product as you'd be a lot more visible with something dayglo/fluorescent/hi-viz. I find this gilet heavier than I anticipated, (I'm used to a Rapha cycling gilet which is very light), but it is by no means heavy and you forget all about it as soon as its on. I am unsure exactly why the whole thing is covered in tiny shiny black spots, but I'm sure it has something to do with the reflectivity, (maybe allowing it to still remain in the same visual dimension as the wearer rather than leaping forwards in a bright blinding flash?) In short, if you're running or cycling at night along roads, or need a stylish gilet for some kind of road work, this jacket is excellent. The fact that it's rainproof as well is a bonus. Blinding!

    This is a really well built jacket, it speaks quality in materials and workmanship. It features two zipped side pockets, (very useful), and a fleece lined collar for comfort, (something my stubble will no doubt enjoy slowly tearing to shreds).. The jacket has some kind of DWR treatment and is water resistant, droplets beading nicely on it, (at least for its first few outings so far), Seams are sealed and it is claimed to be breathable - in my experience it's not breathable enough to cope with a 10k run tho', I still get wet inside from my own sweat, (but I have yet to find a w/p jacket that does allow sufficient ventilation for running, Goretex, Goretex Paclite and eVent suffer similarly) I'd imagine this jacket is plenty breathable enough for cycling in however, as you don't get so hot with this activity. And being a gilet it allows a lot more airflow via the arm pits than anything sleeved. The edges of the jacket are nicely trimmed with a black elastic fabric and the whole thing feels very stylish and hi-tech. I've felt rather superhuman in my first few outings. The fit, despite the 360+ being more tailored than the previous 360 incarnation, is a tad baggier on me width-wise than I'd prefer, but I'm skinny, (180cm, 70 kg), and like things snug. The fit isn't baggy enough to cause problems tho'. Shine a light on it and this gilet really comes into its own. It shines right back at you. In fact I have yet to witness a reflective material performing so well. It is BRIGHT! Cars give me a VERY wide berth. This is an absolutely perfect jacket for night time cycling, running/jogging on the roads, and for any nocturnal activities where you need to be visible for traffic, (such as recently clearing out storm drains in some very heavy rain to prevent flooding to my property where the gilet proved indispensable). The jacket in normal daylight is a muted grey colour. Without any light shining on it it is quite dull. And in low or murky daylight conditions where cars aren't using headlights I wouldn't recommend this product as you'd be a lot more visible with something dayglo/fluorescent/hi-viz. I find this gilet heavier than I anticipated, (I'm used to a Rapha cycling gilet which is very light), but it is by no means heavy and you forget all about it as soon as its on. I am unsure exactly why the whole thing is covered in tiny shiny black spots, but I'm sure it has something to do with the reflectivity, (maybe allowing it to still remain in the same visual dimension as the wearer rather than leaping forwards in a bright blinding flash?) In short, if you're running or cycling at night along roads, or need a stylish gilet for some kind of road work, this jacket is excellent. The fact that it's rainproof as well is a bonus. Blinding!

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    4.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 4/5

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