Etxeondo Entzuna Sport Jersey - Women's

Etxeondo Entzuna Sport Jersey - Women's
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Entzuna Sport Jersey - Women's by Etxeondo
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Etxeondo Entzuna Sport Jersey - Women's

A newer addition to Etxeondo's women's line, the Entzuna Sport Women's Jersey features bright, saturated colors that catch the eye. Despite its Basque name translating to mean "heard" in English, the Entzuna will undoubtedly help ensure you're seen on the roads -- how well-heard you are is up to you. We find ourselves continuously impressed by Etxeondo's kit, and the Entzuna is no exception. It's designed to be a versatile training jersey falling towards the middle tier of the brand's women's kit, and its simple, minimalist aesthetics gives it classic longevity in a wardrobe. Etxeondo leaves out a few of the features it adds to its top-end kit, but not many, and it gives it a more forgiving -- but still tailored -- silhouette than its bestows upon its higher end kit. Constructed from Etxeondo's proprietary Microsystem 1. 1 fabric, the jersey is soft and stretchy, efficient at pulling moisture away from your skin as you sweat while following your body movements in the saddle. The sleeves are also carefully crafted to employ a next-to-skin fit, and they're finished with slim arm cuffs that, due to the expert cut and construction of the fabric, don't need to depend on sticky grippers to stay in place. At the back, three roomy rear pockets provide plenty of space to store ride essentials, and they're each accented with reflective strips to help improve your visibility to motorists. A wide, elastic band at the rear bottom hem of the jersey helps ensure that when you pull the fabric down over your shorts and climb into the saddle, that's where it will stay, regardless of how often you stand to power over the top of steep, punishing grades.

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