Maloja BetsyM. Tech Jacket - Women's

Maloja BetsyM. Tech Jacket - Women's
Maloja BetsyM. Tech Jacket - Women's
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BetsyM. Tech Jacket - Women's by Maloja
Creating an optimal jacket for highly aerobic road and trail rides, the Maloja Women's Betsy Tech Jacket uses Gore-Tex Paclite (2. 5-layer) membrane for maximum breathability, low-bulk packing, and outstanding weather protection, as backed by its 20,000mm waterproofing. Neither overly baggy nor too tight and restrictive, the BetsyM. promotes riding comfort and proper coverage on the road and trail. Its lightweight polyester fabric won't weigh you down or take up excess room in your pack, easily traveling on remote trail rides in unpredictable weather. Sealed seams and water-repellent zippers further enhance its unwavering protection against passing showers and soaking downpours. Optimized for riding fast, its 2. 5-layer membrane actively breathes to prevent the sweltering, sauna-like feel of other jackets. Reflective prints keep you visible when you're riding on the road after sunset. And to store essentials out of the elements, the chest pocket seals out moisture with its water-resistant zipper.

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SKU: MLJ004L
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