De Marchi Cortina Jersey - Men's

De Marchi Cortina Jersey - Men's
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Cortina Jersey - Men's by De Marchi
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De Marchi Cortina Jersey - Men's

Mother Nature and her apparent lack of sunshine is undoubtedly theatrical in all her glory. We might even venture to say that the manner in which a day pans out is akin to a romantic comedy. Granted, it's not all that laughable when your cycling attire can't keep up with the change in weather. Case in point, De Marchi crafted the Men's Cortina Jersey in response to Mother Nature's ever-changing elements and influences. The Cortina features a regular fit for an adaptive feel and comfort in the saddle regardless of where you're headed or why. Now, in order to achieve its versatility, the Cortina has a bit of a complex construction. Its basic foundation is that of merino wool, which is naturally odor-resistant, manages moisture like Eddy Merckx slays hills, and dries quickly to ensure you stay comfortable. And since you'll presumably be encountering some weather and wind at some point during your ride, De Marchi fused a water-resistant and windproof panel to the front of the chest; this feature protects your vital organs from inclement weather. Meanwhile, reflective stripes across the chest are sure to increase your visibility on days that begin calm and transform to dark, gloomy days. Multiple rear pockets accommodate your necessities, and the zippered rear one features a water-resistant construction, making it ideal for a phone.

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