Stolen Goat Climb and Conquer Winter Cycling Jacket - Hypervelocity

£149.00
£149.00
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Why to buy: your 'go to' jacket when the temperatures head below 8 degrees. The jacket's insulating, windproof and waterproof fabric will keep you warm and dry so you can ride on through the British winter.



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  • Standard UK delivery usually 2-3 days
  • Next day delivery when ordered before 1pm

Delivery

  • Standard delivery 1 - 2 Working Days
  • Next day delivery when ordered before 1pm

The Stolen Goat Climb and Conquer Winter Cycling Jacket is a true thoroughbred to get you through the coldest of winter days. We know of outings well below freezing where the Climb and Conquer has kept the lucky wearer smiling throughout!


It's so cosy and well insulated that on anything other than the coldest days you'll be able to wear the Climb and Conquer with just a base layer or summer jersey. It's perfect for crisp wintery conditions where the temperature remains consistently low throughout your ride. You wont even dread the odd downpour - it features water repellent fabric, but with seams and zips deliberately not sealed to keep it breathable and ensure you don't overheat.


The Tempest Protect fabric provides both a wind and waterproof shell to give you the confidence to keep you riding throughout the winter, on or off road. Its soft, fleece-like Roubaix lining adds versatility, allowing it to be paired with a base layer or summer jersey on even the coldest rides. Should conditions warm up, it'll remain comfortable against your skin if you need to wear on its own. The covered zip helps protect against wind and cold penetration.


The rear pockets are made of Pixel100 fabric. The subtle pinpricks of reflectivity are understated by day but reflect dramatically after dark when lights are shone on them, helping to keep you highly visible on the road.


The Camlock zip with material garage is the best zip money can buy, ensuring the zip stays put and doesn't irritate. And a fourth, water resistant pocket means you can keep your valuables safe and dry and wave goodbye to ziplock bags forever!


  • Tempest Protect insulating windproof & waterproof fabric

  • Fleecy roubaix lining

  • Pixel100 reflective detailing on rear pockets

  • Triple back pockets

  • 4th waterproof stash pocket

  • Covered Camlock zip with garage

  • Headphone cable hole

  • Performance fit

  • Optimal temperature range between -5 to 8°c


Performance fit: this jacket is in keeping with the bodyline fit associated with Stolen Goat jerseys to minimise any flapping. If you are looking for a more relaxed fit to wear with more layers for low intensity rides, you will need to size up.

Stolen Goat Size Guide

Stolen Goat clothes are primarily designed with a snug fit in mind for comfort and to avoid flapping in the wind. If you prefer more room or are between sizes, go up rather than down. If you are still unsure, feel free to contact us.

 

Tops*

    VeloVixen Size     Chest     Waist     Hips  
    X-Small 73-79cm  / 29-31" 63-69cm / 25-27"
    82-88cm / 32-34"
    Small 79-85cm / 31-33"
    69-75cm / 27-29"
    88-94cm / 35-37"
    Medium 85-91cm / 34-36"
    75-79cm / 30-31"
    94-100cm / 37-39"
    Large 91-97cm /36-38"
    80-84cm / 31-33"
    100-106cm / 39-41"
    X-Large 97-103cm / 38-40"
    85-91cm / 33-35"
    106-112cm / 42-44"
    XX-Large 103-111cm / 41-44" 92-100cm / 36-39" 112-119cm / 44-47"

     

    * This includes jerseys, jackets, gilets and base layers.

    • Measure in cm for a more accurate fit
    • Measure the widest part of your chest and hips
    • If your hips are wider than your chest, then size according to your hip measurement
    • Keep your measuring tape horizontal whilst measuring
    • If you're between sizes, then size up for a looser fit, down for a snugger fit

     

     Bottoms*

      VeloVixen Size   Hip/Waist Width
      X-Small 80-86cm / 29-33"
      Small 86-92cm / 33-36
      Medium 92-102cm / 36-40"
      Large 102-106cm / 40-42"
      X-Large 106-114cm / 42-44"

       

      * This includes all lycra cycling shorts, bib shorts and tights.

      • Measure in cm for a more accurate fit
      • Measure the widest part of your waist and hips
      • Choose your size by whichever measurement is larger: waist or hips
      • Keep your measuring tape horizontal whilst measuring
      • If you're between sizes, then size up for a looser fit, down for a snugger fit
      • NOTE: Baggy/Gravel shorts are cut a little smaller - Small = UK 6/8, Medium = UK 8/10, Large = UK 10/12, XL = UK 12/14, XXL = UK 14/16

       

      Tri-Suits

        VeloVixen Size   Chest Hips Height
        X-Small <82 <88 <165
        Small 82-88 88-94 160-170cm
        Medium 88-94 94-100 165-175cm
        Large 94-100 100-107 168-178cm
        X-Large 100-106 105-112 172-182cm

          

         

        Gloves

          VeloVixen Size  
          Small 7-8cm
          Medium 8-9cm
          Large 9-10cm
          X-Large 10-11cm 


          Measure flat across the widest part of your palm. If you're between two sizes, judge whether you prefer your gloves looser or tighter and select accordingly when you order.

           

          Warmers

            VeloVixen Size   Arm Warmers (1) Leg Warmers
            X-Small 26-28cm
            Small 28-30cm 40-43cm
            Medium 30-32cm
            43-46cm
            Large 32-34cm 46-49cm
            X-Large 34-36cm 49-52cm

             

            Measure around your bicep or thigh (10cm above the knee) whilst in your cycling position.

             

            Socks

            VeloVixen Size  

              Euro Shoe Size  

              UK Shoe Size  

            Small 35-38 3-5.5
            Medium 39-42 6-9
            Large 43-46 9.5-12.5
            X-Large 47-50 13-15


              

            Towels

            Turbo Towels: 100cm x 30cm

            Beach Towels: 160cm x 80cm

             

            All Other Accessories

            ... are one size fits all - this includes Bandidos, caps, running caps, visors, and ridepacs.

            When Stolen Goat launched in 2012, Founder Tim Bland had a solid, interesting and lucrative job. What kind of a fool would leave that behind? Well, our kind of fool!


            He'd had enough of the 9 to 5 routine and wanted to find a way to be productive, efficient and creative, whilst creating something of his own and being able to pursue his passions. Stolen Goat allowed him to combine all of these things and keep a smile on his face.


            In creating and nurturing Stolen Goat into the respected clothing manufacturer that it is today, Whilst growing the Stolen Goat team and range, Tim's been able to keep loving the great outdoors and spend time with his young family - but also create a thriving firm that's straight from the heart. Stolen Goat has been a deliberately slow burn in becoming part of the fabric of cycling over a number of years; nothing worthwhile happens overnight. Today the quality, designs and durability are a match for any of the more recognised names out there.


            We've got to know Stolen Goat over many years, and have witnessed the undimmed pride and passion that go into it. We're confident you'll like them.


            And then there's the question of the name. It's all to do with the day that student Tim lost a bet that result in him 'borrowing' a pedigree goat from a cashmere farm high in the Himalayas and crossing a continent in the company of said goat. They ended up pedalling across Turkmenistan heavily disguised on a tandem, and the rest is history. Or is it...?

            Description

            The Stolen Goat Climb and Conquer Winter Cycling Jacket is a true thoroughbred to get you through the coldest of winter days. We know of outings well below freezing where the Climb and Conquer has kept the lucky wearer smiling throughout!


            It's so cosy and well insulated that on anything other than the coldest days you'll be able to wear the Climb and Conquer with just a base layer or summer jersey. It's perfect for crisp wintery conditions where the temperature remains consistently low throughout your ride. You wont even dread the odd downpour - it features water repellent fabric, but with seams and zips deliberately not sealed to keep it breathable and ensure you don't overheat.


            The Tempest Protect fabric provides both a wind and waterproof shell to give you the confidence to keep you riding throughout the winter, on or off road. Its soft, fleece-like Roubaix lining adds versatility, allowing it to be paired with a base layer or summer jersey on even the coldest rides. Should conditions warm up, it'll remain comfortable against your skin if you need to wear on its own. The covered zip helps protect against wind and cold penetration.


            The rear pockets are made of Pixel100 fabric. The subtle pinpricks of reflectivity are understated by day but reflect dramatically after dark when lights are shone on them, helping to keep you highly visible on the road.


            The Camlock zip with material garage is the best zip money can buy, ensuring the zip stays put and doesn't irritate. And a fourth, water resistant pocket means you can keep your valuables safe and dry and wave goodbye to ziplock bags forever!

            Tech Spec


            • Tempest Protect insulating windproof & waterproof fabric

            • Fleecy roubaix lining

            • Pixel100 reflective detailing on rear pockets

            • Triple back pockets

            • 4th waterproof stash pocket

            • Covered Camlock zip with garage

            • Headphone cable hole

            • Performance fit

            • Optimal temperature range between -5 to 8°c


            Performance fit: this jacket is in keeping with the bodyline fit associated with Stolen Goat jerseys to minimise any flapping. If you are looking for a more relaxed fit to wear with more layers for low intensity rides, you will need to size up.

            Size Guide

            Stolen Goat Size Guide

            Stolen Goat clothes are primarily designed with a snug fit in mind for comfort and to avoid flapping in the wind. If you prefer more room or are between sizes, go up rather than down. If you are still unsure, feel free to contact us.

             

            Tops*

              VeloVixen Size     Chest     Waist     Hips  
              X-Small 73-79cm  / 29-31" 63-69cm / 25-27"
              82-88cm / 32-34"
              Small 79-85cm / 31-33"
              69-75cm / 27-29"
              88-94cm / 35-37"
              Medium 85-91cm / 34-36"
              75-79cm / 30-31"
              94-100cm / 37-39"
              Large 91-97cm /36-38"
              80-84cm / 31-33"
              100-106cm / 39-41"
              X-Large 97-103cm / 38-40"
              85-91cm / 33-35"
              106-112cm / 42-44"
              XX-Large 103-111cm / 41-44" 92-100cm / 36-39" 112-119cm / 44-47"

               

              * This includes jerseys, jackets, gilets and base layers.

              • Measure in cm for a more accurate fit
              • Measure the widest part of your chest and hips
              • If your hips are wider than your chest, then size according to your hip measurement
              • Keep your measuring tape horizontal whilst measuring
              • If you're between sizes, then size up for a looser fit, down for a snugger fit

               

               Bottoms*

                VeloVixen Size   Hip/Waist Width
                X-Small 80-86cm / 29-33"
                Small 86-92cm / 33-36
                Medium 92-102cm / 36-40"
                Large 102-106cm / 40-42"
                X-Large 106-114cm / 42-44"

                 

                * This includes all lycra cycling shorts, bib shorts and tights.

                • Measure in cm for a more accurate fit
                • Measure the widest part of your waist and hips
                • Choose your size by whichever measurement is larger: waist or hips
                • Keep your measuring tape horizontal whilst measuring
                • If you're between sizes, then size up for a looser fit, down for a snugger fit
                • NOTE: Baggy/Gravel shorts are cut a little smaller - Small = UK 6/8, Medium = UK 8/10, Large = UK 10/12, XL = UK 12/14, XXL = UK 14/16

                 

                Tri-Suits

                  VeloVixen Size   Chest Hips Height
                  X-Small <82 <88 <165
                  Small 82-88 88-94 160-170cm
                  Medium 88-94 94-100 165-175cm
                  Large 94-100 100-107 168-178cm
                  X-Large 100-106 105-112 172-182cm

                    

                   

                  Gloves

                    VeloVixen Size  
                    Small 7-8cm
                    Medium 8-9cm
                    Large 9-10cm
                    X-Large 10-11cm 


                    Measure flat across the widest part of your palm. If you're between two sizes, judge whether you prefer your gloves looser or tighter and select accordingly when you order.

                     

                    Warmers

                      VeloVixen Size   Arm Warmers (1) Leg Warmers
                      X-Small 26-28cm
                      Small 28-30cm 40-43cm
                      Medium 30-32cm
                      43-46cm
                      Large 32-34cm 46-49cm
                      X-Large 34-36cm 49-52cm

                       

                      Measure around your bicep or thigh (10cm above the knee) whilst in your cycling position.

                       

                      Socks

                      VeloVixen Size  

                        Euro Shoe Size  

                        UK Shoe Size  

                      Small 35-38 3-5.5
                      Medium 39-42 6-9
                      Large 43-46 9.5-12.5
                      X-Large 47-50 13-15


                        

                      Towels

                      Turbo Towels: 100cm x 30cm

                      Beach Towels: 160cm x 80cm

                       

                      All Other Accessories

                      ... are one size fits all - this includes Bandidos, caps, running caps, visors, and ridepacs.

                      Who's Behind It

                      When Stolen Goat launched in 2012, Founder Tim Bland had a solid, interesting and lucrative job. What kind of a fool would leave that behind? Well, our kind of fool!


                      He'd had enough of the 9 to 5 routine and wanted to find a way to be productive, efficient and creative, whilst creating something of his own and being able to pursue his passions. Stolen Goat allowed him to combine all of these things and keep a smile on his face.


                      In creating and nurturing Stolen Goat into the respected clothing manufacturer that it is today, Whilst growing the Stolen Goat team and range, Tim's been able to keep loving the great outdoors and spend time with his young family - but also create a thriving firm that's straight from the heart. Stolen Goat has been a deliberately slow burn in becoming part of the fabric of cycling over a number of years; nothing worthwhile happens overnight. Today the quality, designs and durability are a match for any of the more recognised names out there.


                      We've got to know Stolen Goat over many years, and have witnessed the undimmed pride and passion that go into it. We're confident you'll like them.


                      And then there's the question of the name. It's all to do with the day that student Tim lost a bet that result in him 'borrowing' a pedigree goat from a cashmere farm high in the Himalayas and crossing a continent in the company of said goat. They ended up pedalling across Turkmenistan heavily disguised on a tandem, and the rest is history. Or is it...?

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