La Passione PSN LS Rain jersey review

La Passione’s PSN LS Rain jersey is a versatile long sleeve jersey that conquers springtime conditions

La Passione PSN Rain jersey
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Cyclingnews Verdict

High attention to detail and a wide temperature range means La Passione’s PSN LS Rain jersey has quickly become our go-to jersey when weather is unpredictable


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    Excellent fit

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    Huge temperature comfort range

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    Well thought-out design details


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    No zipped valuables pocket

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    No women's version

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In the shoulder seasons, it can be hard to choose your kit and balance warmth, breathability and weatherproofing. Where there is the real possibility of experiencing all seasons in one ride, versatility is key. 

Choosing the best cycling jersey will make the difference between being comfortable on the bike or spending the whole ride switching layers as rain showers, wind chills and sunny spells roll through. La Passione’s PSN jersey collection has a wide range of layers catering from ultralight to thermal. The PSN LS Rain is the most versatile, combining weatherproofing from the rain and wind with the right amount of insulation to create a jersey that's perfect for unpredictable and changeable weather.

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Graham has been part of the Cyclingnews team since January 2020. He has mountain biking at his core and can mostly be found bikepacking around Scotland or exploring the steep trails around the Tweed Valley. Not afraid of a challenge, Graham has gained a reputation for riding fixed gear bikes both too far and often in inappropriate places.