Pearl Izumi ELITE Pursuit Jersey - Sleeveless - Women's

Pearl Izumi ELITE Pursuit Jersey - Sleeveless - Women's
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ELITE Pursuit Jersey - Sleeveless - Women's by Pearl Izumi
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Pearl Izumi ELITE Pursuit Jersey - Sleeveless - Women's

While most of us don't spend the majority of our cycling lives riding through oppressive heat, on the days that we do, a jersey that's made to adapt to skyrocketing temperatures can make a big difference in the quality of our saddle time. Pearl Izumi acknowledges the challenges of riding year-round with its expansive range of clothing, and its featherweight women's ELITE Pursuit SL Jersey makes a hardworking addition to your warm-weather wardrobe. Pearl Izumi starts by constructing the jersey with its ELITE Transfer In-R-Cool fabric, a sweat-activated, cooling synthetic that dries rapidly enough for it to be used in Pearl Izumi's top-end tri apparel. On hot, humid rides when wind is nowhere to be found, the fabric will pull moisture away from your skin quickly, while the jersey's full-length zipper allows you to create more ventilation over the course of a hot climb and then zip-up for the descent. Pearl Izumi finishes the jersey with three rear pockets for stowing ride essentials, an elasticized gripper on the bottom hem to keep the jersey in place, and reflective accents to help keep you visible to motorists in low light conditions for the days you try to beat the heat with a pre-dawn or dusk ride.

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