Club Ride Apparel Go West Jersey - Men's

Club Ride Apparel Go West Jersey - Men's
Club Ride Apparel Go West Jersey - Men's
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Go West Jersey - Men's by Club Ride Apparel
There aren't too many towns where you can pedal from your favorite coffee shop, down the bike path, and straight onto hundreds of miles of buff singletrack, but if you end up in one of them, the Club Ride Apparel Go West Shirt is a good thing to have. It shares the same cut and technical materials as many of Club Ride's other jerseys, but forgoes western styling in favor of a more subtle aesthetic. And that means your new favorite riding jersey doesn't look out of place at a post-ride shindig, no matter the occasion. RideDryWear, Club Ride's proprietary fabric, is lightweight, moisture wicking, and breathable. It also provides UPF 30 sun protection to keep your skin from frying, and comes with underarm and side panel mesh vents to help you stay cool when you're pedaling hard. It has a relaxed cut that's at home wherever you are, and an Air2Flow hidden zipper behind the front snaps for increased ventilation. Throw in two zippered rear pockets -- one with a media port -- and RideLight reflective accents, and the Go West will be ready for whatever on- and off-bike adventures you have lined up.

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