Nalini Ride Lady Jersey

Nalini Ride Lady Jersey
Nalini Ride Lady Jersey
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Ride Lady Jersey by Nalini
Facilitating evaporative cooling, the Nalini Ride Lady Jersey keeps you comfortable when you're riding on the hottest days of the year. Hot Moa fabric stands apart from other fabrics in Nalini's line with its exceptionally lightweight, ultra-supple feel. Added elastic tightly conforms to your upper body while stretching for fluid flexibility. Mesh inserts enhance ventilation, moving outside air across your back as you push yourself at an unrelenting cadence. Plus, UPF 50+ ensures proper protection from searing UV rays. Going one step further to combat overheating, the Moa Mantodry treatment speeds up the evaporative cooling process by pulling perspiration off your body, where it can readily evaporate. Ultimately, this treatment keeps you riding comfortably without overheating when the mercury approaches triple-digit readings. As for the jersey's design, you'll immediately notice its tube-shaped sleeves, which cling tightly without irritating sensitive skin. Other stand-out features include three rear pockets, a side zippered pocket, and reflective rear label.

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SKU: NAL001C
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