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    Jacket advice 30-45 degree range

    I currently have an Endura Windchill jacket which is amazing - in temperatures of 30 degrees or less (works great for 0-30 degrees)

    I am looking for a lighter jacket for 30-45 degrees (anything more than that I wear a jersey with a lightweight thermal).. I want pockets on the back (similar to jersey pockets).

    Any recommendations? Thanks
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    Castelli Gabba.

    I should say up front that my team has been buying kits from Castelli for years. I pay for everything I wear, but I probably paid less for my rain jersey than most people would pay for the Gabba. Supposedly the Gabba's a little better, though.
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