Louis Garneau Modesto 2 Jacket - Women's

Louis Garneau Modesto 2 Jacket - Women's
Louis Garneau Modesto 2 Jacket - Women's
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Modesto 2 Jacket - Women's by Louis Garneau
Every region has chilly spells and wet spells, but most places experience wind year round. That's why Louis Garneau designed the Modesto 2 Women's Jacket to take care of you in all seasons, with a lightweight, breathable design that blocks the wind and matches perfectly with spring, summer, and fall kits to keep you riding comfortably when things get gusty. The Modesto is made from a blend of LG's Diamond Air and Light Mesh AirDry fabrics. The Diamond Air fabric is a lightweight ripstop nylon, which blocks the wind and remains breathable, so sweat doesn't build up. The underarm and side panels are constructed from the moisture-wicking and extra-breathable Light Mesh AirDry material to increase ventilation and moisture transfer. The full-length zipper can be used to increase ventilation, while the internal zipper flap blocks gusts when you zip up. Elastic at the wrists and hem provides a comfortable seal, while plenty of reflective details keep you visible. The jacket is finished with multiple pockets which include a dedicated phone compartment.

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SKU: LGN007F
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