Giordana Arts Sleeveless Jersey - Women's

Giordana Arts Sleeveless Jersey - Women's
Giordana Arts Sleeveless Jersey - Women's
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Arts Sleeveless Jersey - Women's by Giordana
Sleeves aren't for everyone or every day, and the Giordana Women's Arts Sleeveless Jersey was made for the days you want to look stylish on the bike without being encumbered by sleeves and zippers. As part of Giordana's Art collection, these jerseys are special editions released in a new collection of colors and designs each year.Though it doesn't look like a typical cycling jersey, the Arts Sleeveless Jersey occupies a far different realm than that old running tank you sometimes throw on for easy spins. The top is constructed with Giordana's Gi31 fabric, a soft, stretchy synthetic that's then cut along Giordana's Women's Contour guidelines for a fit that will follow your movements while you're in riding position while continuously drawing moisture away from your skin to keep you dry and cool. At the waist, Giordana adds lightly-gathered elastic to help anchor the hem in place without it feeling restrictive or riding up while leaving the sleeveless hems elastic-free.

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SKU: GIO008N
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