Maloja EisenhutM. Multisport Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's

Maloja EisenhutM. Multisport Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
Maloja EisenhutM. Multisport Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
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EisenhutM. Multisport Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's by Maloja
Tackling a 6%-grade hill climb on an 85-degree day with 100% humidity' No sweat when you're rocking the Maloja Women's EisenhutM. Multisport Jersey. Crafted from an insanely lightweight Pushlite fabric, this jersey wicks moisture away from your skin, keeps breathability sky-high, and stretches exactly where you need it for top-tier performance when the going gets tough. When you've reached the top, the Gore Windstopper membrane shields you from those piercing winds that'll rapidly drop your body temp on the high-speed ride back down the canyon. Meanwhile, a water-repellent coating gives you some peace of mind with light protection when you notice rain drops beginning to darken the pavement in front of you. And at the end of the ride, you're able to grab lunch with the crew in fresh confidence thanks to an odor-fighting Polygiene anti-microbial treatment.

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