Pearl Izumi SELECT LTD Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's

Pearl Izumi SELECT LTD Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's
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SELECT LTD Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's by Pearl Izumi
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Pearl Izumi SELECT LTD Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's

If you pull open your drawers this spring to find a few of your favorite jerseys sweat-stained, faded, and a little threadbare, then Pearl Izumi makes it easy to replenish your training wardrobe for the summer season with its men's Select LTD Short-Sleeve Jersey. One of the more budget-friendly pieces in the line, the jersey's eye-catching colors will help make you noticeable on the roads, while the semi-form-fit silhouette is perfect for weekly shop rides and neighborhood loops with buddies. Pearl uses its Select Transfer polyester fabric to construct this jersey, giving it ample breathability and a stretchy, quick-drying feel against the skin, and the fabric includes UPF 50+ protection against the sun for the days you forget to slather on sunscreen before you head outside. Though the Select LTD is budget-friendly, Pearl doesn't leave out any important extras that would sacrifice ride quality. Three standard pockets at the rear of the jersey provide plenty of space for storing ride nutrition, while an elastic gripper forbids a wandering back hem from distracting you during your ride. With hot days in mind, Pearl includes a half-length zipper through which blissfully cooling wind can enter to provide relief on the long, hot climbs of July.

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