De Marchi Divisionism Jersey - Women's

De Marchi Divisionism Jersey - Women's
De Marchi Divisionism Jersey - Women's
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Divisionism Jersey - Women's by De Marchi
We frequently extol the impossibly cool, classic Italian aesthetics of De Marchi kit, and we're unsurprised to find ourselves guilty of it once again with the Divisionism Women's Jersey. Adorned with rich plums and soft polka dots, the jersey is thoroughly regal, with the ride functionality to match its enviable aesthetics. We almost wouldn't want to subject such a pedigreed piece to the rigors of a tempo ride on a hot day, but De Marchi isn't in the business of making kit that sits around and looks pretty. Stretchy and soft, the Divisionism's polyester fabric eagerly draws moisture away from your skin so it can evaporate at the surface as you sweat, following your body movements with a close, streamlined fit. Without any telltale "aero" detailing, the Divisionism defines itself confidently as an everyday training jersey, as functional on a climbing day as it is on a recovery ride. At the back, three standard rear pockets stand guard over your favorite mid-ride snack or a few bills for a refreshing post-ride beverage at your local coffee shop.

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SKU: DMA007B
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