Maloja HollyM. FR 1/2 Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's

Maloja HollyM. FR 1/2 Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
Maloja HollyM. FR 1/2 Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
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HollyM. FR 1/2 Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's by Maloja
When you pack up your enduro rig for a day of high-speed descents, you expect your kit to be able to keep up with you on the trails--even if your ride crew can't. Fortunately, the quirky-creatives at Maloja understand you need jerseys and shorts that move with you as you chase after brown pow without making you feel like you're riding in a garbage bag, and they designed the Women's HollyM. FR 1/2 Short-Sleeve Jersey to stylishly fit that description. Made with a lightweight, breathable polyester fabric, the HollyM. was also given a Polygiene treatment to help it resist the buildup of offensive odors when you're riding on sticky days. Maloja employed a relaxed fit for the jersey, equipping it with tailored sleeves and relaxed hemlines that won't slip or bunch as you're pedaling. Ribbed fabric along the cuffed sleeves and UV protection built into the fabric round out this versatile addition to your freeride kit.

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SKU: MLJ003Q
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