Women’s Storm Jacket
£104.95 inc VAT
A feminine cut combining style with functionality.
The storm is lightweight and waterproof, designed to be used in any sport. With a large hood that will fit over helmets and reflective piping, ensuring safety whilst on the road or on the mountain.
The Storm includes a helmet-compatible hood and scooped back (perfect for stopping drips when leaning over a bike)
Reflective trims help to increase your visibility in low light, and the orange version has extra reflective patches
ZIPPED BACK POCKET
The back pocket is easy-access storage and perfect for popping your smaller bits and pieces in if you’re out on your bike!
- 3-way adjustable hood
- 2 zipped hip pockets
- Zipped chest pocket
- Zipped back pocket
- Thumb loops
- Hook and loop adjustable cuffs
- Active cut with scooped back
- Reflective trim
- Water-resistant centre front zip
Wonderfully flattering and effortlessly technical, we love the brilliant, bright colours on this jacket – we tested a Berry model, and it brightened up our coat stand. The cut is perfect for walking, but this jacket is also excellent for cycling, with a roomy hood that pops over a helmet, a big zip pocket on the back, and a long cut at the back that keeps you dry if you ride in a lower position. Fantastically breathable, we kept it zipped up throughout a test run with no problems.
This superb jacket ticks so many boxes. It comes in bold, vivid colours and has such a feminine cut. This is a waterproof jacket which will protect you from even the heaviest downpours.
You will love the oversized hood, which can be adjusted in three ways, providing a great fit while running. It can also be worn over a cycling helmet.
Further features include reflective patches, a zipped chest pocket, a zipped back pocket, the adjustable hood, the breathable material, and Velcro adjustable cuffs. This jacket is versatile, lightweight and, quite frankly, just awesome.
It has a flattering fit, is brightly coloured and has a large funnel hood that stays put even in a gale. I particularly like the breast pocket with contrasting zip and the rubber closures on the cuffs.
I love the design and the colour. I think we all need a bit more orange in our lives this winter!
If you are looking for a lightweight technical jacket for sports and outdoor activities then definitely consider the Keela Ladies Storm.
This is a jacket designed with the worst of British weather in mind. It's waterproof and wind resistant, with the all important waterproof seams and a full-length waterproof zip to keep rain out.
The hood will fit over a ponytail or bun, as well as a hat, and still cover your forehead. The front of the hood has a discreet wire in the seam to allow you to form a peak to ensure you keep the rain out of your eyes.
It also has three toggles to enable you to adjust the fit of the hood, which then folds away into the neck when the sun comes out.
It's a substantial jacket, but Keela have managed to keep it lightweight. It's a flattering fit and has lots of pocket space: two front hip pockets, a deceptively large breast pocket and another large one on the lower back that's ideal for carrying maps.
This jacket has become my new go-to jacket for running…the fact that it is compact means I can easily fit it in my backpack when I’m up on the hills and feel prepared for a change of weather!! I love the berry colour, not too bright but enough of a colour to feel stylish and on-trend!
It’s lightweight, comfortable and no movement restrictions.
I found the pockets to be a good size. I was able to fit my gloves in them when I started to work up a sweat!
A lovely jacket with a beautiful fit that you’ll want to wear off the bike as well as on. The giant hood fits comfortably over a helmet, with drawstrings to customise how tight it is so there’s no impact on your field of vision, while the hood also stashes under a reflective tag, which is a nice touch. Big zippered pockets, plenty of space around the shoulders and fasteners around the wrist all made riding in bad weather comfortable. Reflective details are sensibly integrated – around the back and hem – to be visible when you’re riding low as well as upright, and with a backpack on.