Jackson & Gibbens got going in Archival’s hometown – Eugene, Oregon – in the 1970s when Mark Jackson couldn’t find a good bicycling jacket for a good price. They’re still going strong, and everything is still made in Oregon.
We’re thinking about carrying the J&G cyclist’s rain cape, which, as long as you have fenders on your bike, is a highly underrated garment.
2 thoughts on “Oregon Cycling Garb: J & G Cyclewear”
The rain cape is nice, it looks like it would actually work and breath for commuting at lower speeds.
Better than a super technical rain jacket.
I love my J&G helmet cover. It works for daily commuting and was a great deal.