Fox Racing Ascent Comp Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's

Fox Racing Ascent Comp Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's
Fox Racing Ascent Comp Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's
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Ascent Comp Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's by Fox Racing
The Fox Racing Men's Ascent Comp Short Sleeve Jersey boasts edgy styling and technical fabrics to keep you cool out on the trail. Made with a mix of Italian fabrics fashioned from moisture-wicking yarns, this jersey provides just the right amount of stretch while moving moisture out and away to keep you dry and comfy on even the warmest of summer days. Silicone grip elastic at the rear hem holds the jersey edge firmly in place to avoid bunching, while reflective logos at the sleeves and a reflective media loop increase visibility to motorists and woodland creatures in low-light conditions. The Ascent Comp Jersey includes three rear pockets perfect for carrying a spare tube, your favorite ride snacks, and a camera to document your adventures. As an added bonus, an optics wipe incorporated into the elastic inside the hem provides quick access to clear mud and sweat to keep your lenses clear for the road ahead.

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SKU: FXR01LW
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