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I am 6'3" tall and weight 76 kgs what size jacket do I need to buy?
Say, for example in the Endura Convert Softshell Jacket currently on sale?
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/endura-convert-softshell-jacket/rp-prod61512

Not sure if this is the jacket in need as never seen it. I am looking for one to keep the rain out and let the perspiration out. Thoughts on jackets and sizes appreciated.

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Regarding the sizing suggestions, there is a size guide on the right hand size of the sizing options.
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Take an XL, I got te same size but heavier. If you are taking any smaller size, your sleeves will be too short.
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