De Marchi Leggera Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's

De Marchi Leggera Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
De Marchi Leggera Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
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Leggera Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's by De Marchi
Building off 70 years of innovative design and unmistakable Italian style, the De Marchi Women's Leggera Jersey masterfully fuses comfort-driven details with graceful flair on the road. 44-gauge microfiber fabric is incredibly lightweight and quick-drying when you're riding through oppressive summer heat. Its comfort-driven design extends beyond merely keeping you cool. In fact, De Marchi strategically placed panels to maximize the jersey's overall stretch, fluidly conforming to changes in riding position without bunching or pulling. The YKK camlock zipper allows you to release excess body heat when you're suffering through extended climbs or pushing your aerobic threshold during training rides. Reflective stripes drastically boost visibility to passing traffic when you're finishing up after sunset. Additionally, the Leggera features two roomy pockets along the backside for storing spare water bottles, riding jackets, and nutrition within easy reach.

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SKU: DMA006E
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