Etxeondo Entzun Sport Short-Sleeve Jersey- Men's

Etxeondo Entzun Sport Short-Sleeve Jersey- Men's
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Entzun Sport Short-Sleeve Jersey- Men's by Etxeondo
Price subject to change | SKU: ETX001A

Etxeondo Entzun Sport Short-Sleeve Jersey- Men's

Evoking the rich colors of the lush hills and striking seaside vistas around the Basque region of Spain, Etxeondo's Entzun Sport Men's Jersey makes a sound investment in training kit for the upcoming season, and one that won't leave you looking like every other Lycra-clad rider you wave to on the roads. The jersey's colors give a nod to Etxeondo's history; founded in the Basque region of Spain, the brand's garments are still produced in the region to this day. Occupying a middle tier in Etxeondo's range of road kit, the Entzun comes complete with the well-crafted fabric that defines Etxeondo apparel, cut in a more training-appropriate silhouette than its top-tier kit. To achieve that fit, Etxeondo starts with its proprietary Microsystem 1:1 fabric, an almost silky, stretchy synthetic that boasts excellent breathability and an ability to rapidly transfer moisture away from your skin. Etxeondo's founder, Francisco Rodrigo, began his career working in a sublimation factory, and the brand continues to take pride in using high-quality fabrics that function and fit impeccably. Exteondo keeps the extra details understated on the Entzun, adding an elastic bottom hem in the rear to ensure the jersey stays in place as you move around in the saddle and three rear pockets accented by reflective strips to enhance your visibility to motorists out on the roads. The slim sleeves end in narrow arm bands that fit close to the skin without the need for sticky grippers or tight elastic, and a full-length zipper gives you freedom to adjust ventilation as needed throughout your ride.

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