Louis Garneau Icefit Jersey

Louis Garneau Icefit Jersey
$55.22 $84.95 35% off
Icefit Jersey by Louis Garneau
Price subject to change | SKU: LGN000E

Louis Garneau Icefit Jersey

Louis Garneau designed its Icefit Jersey for all of your warm- and hot-weather rides this season. Its lightweight fabric and smooth fit leave you with one less thing to worry about while out spinning under the sun. The jersey was constructed from Icefit fabric. Icefit is essentially a reactive knit material that works with your perspiration to cool your skin--much in the same way that an evaporative cooler works. So, rather than just shielding you from the sun, which the UPF rated 50+ fabric also does, it keeps your core body temperature from overheating. The Icefit is complemented with the placement of Airfit mesh panels in the underarms and across the back. These panels help to further ventilate hot air from next to your skin, further assisting in cooling. And, if the summer heat is still threatening to cut your ride short, Garneau included a full-length zipper so that you're able to adjust for maximum airflow into the jersey. The jersey's raglan sleeves allow shoulder flexibility while in the drops, and a gripper at the hem keeps the jersey from riding up. Three back pockets hold your riding essentials, and front and back reflective accents have been added to increase low-light visibility. The Louis Garneau Icefit Jersey is available in sizes X-Small to XXX-Large and in the colors Black/grey/white, Black/white, and Ginger.

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