Louis Garneau East Branch Jersey - Women's

Louis Garneau East Branch Jersey - Women's
Louis Garneau East Branch Jersey - Women's
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East Branch Jersey - Women's by Louis Garneau
Your brand new mountain bike is sitting in the garage right now, patiently waiting for the start of the season, and all you need to get started is something to wear when you head out onto the trails. With its jewel-tone colors and relaxed silhouette, Louis Garneau's East Branch Jersey will be at home on singletrack as you chase brown pow, without looking like every other t-shirt out there. Though it's cut like a favorite tee, the East Branch is firmly at home during a workout, and its moisture-wicking synthetic construction will keep you cool and dry as you climb across a sun drenched, snowless ski slope then duck into a shady set of switchbacks. The fabric is also odor-resistant, so if you're like us and sometimes wear workout clothes a few days in a row without a washing, you won't have to worry about offending your riding group. Mesh paneling enhances the shirt's breathability, and snap fasteners along the front of the jersey give you room to add some ventilation on hot days.

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SKU: LGN00AA
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