Giordana SilverLine Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's

Giordana SilverLine Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
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SilverLine Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's by Giordana
Price subject to change | SKU: GIO004P

Giordana SilverLine Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's

In contrast to Giordana's top-line, race focused FR-C offerings, the Silverline series brings high end construction and fabric technology to riders looking for a more relaxed fit at a much lower price point. The Giordana women's SilverLine Short-Sleeve Jersey pairs soft, light, fabrics with contrasting colors that will stand out from the crowd. Made from a blend of moisture-wicking fabrics and breathable honeycomb mesh, this jersey whisks moisture out and away to dry quickly, which will keep you cooler and more comfortable on even the warmest of rides. Geared towards the less aggressive side of the cycling spectrum, this jersey features a relaxed yet streamlined fit for impeccable comfort over long-mile adventures and utilizes Giordana's Women's Contour Fit system to ensure maximum comfort when in the riding position. Across the back of the hem, Giordana incorporates a 4. 5cm elastic band that serves to hold the jersey comfortably and firmly in place to eliminate unwanted fabric bunching. Three rear pockets provide ample space to carry a spare tube, your phone, and a handful of snacks, with an inverted lip across the top to keep small items from working their way free. As an added touch, Giordana encircles the arm cuffs and collar with mesh for a dash of contrasting color and added comfort.

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