Gore Bike Wear Phantom Summer Short Sleeve Women's Jersey

Gore Bike Wear Phantom Summer Short Sleeve Women's Jersey
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Phantom Summer Short Sleeve Women's Jersey by Gore Bike Wear
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Gore Bike Wear Phantom Summer Short Sleeve Women's Jersey

The Gore Bike Wear Phantom Women's Jersey speaks the language of summer. The Phantom is made for the dog days when the mercury is bubbling, but your need to ride cannot be ignored. Light, and breathable, this jersey utilizes race technologies, but won't destroy your budget for the month. The Women's Phantom Jersey is made from highly breathable, nylon-elastane microfiber. The fabric is sewn into a flattering, relaxed, slim fit, accented by sporty pinstripes down the front. The full-length zipper makes getting in and out of the jersey easy. Cooling off while mashing uphill is easier with the semi-locking slider on the zipper, which keeps the jersey zipped where you want it. The zipper's underflap protects undergarments from abrading on zipper teeth. Three pockets on the back add storage for nutrition and spare tubes on long rides. The slightly tapered sides on the pockets allow for better access without the worry of crashing while you reach behind for a bar. Reflective piping on the back accents the colored piping throughout the jersey, in addition to helping you stay visible. Reflective logos on the front and rear add safety during pre-dawn and dusk rides. The Gore Bike Wear Women's Phantom Summer jersey comes in White/fuchsia, White/black, Pool Blue/white, Citrus Green/white, Black/white, and Fuchsia/white. It is available in sizes X-Small to XX-Large.

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