Pinarello Corsa Jersey - Men's

Pinarello Corsa Jersey - Men's
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Corsa Jersey - Men's by Pinarello
Price subject to change | SKU: PIN003O

Pinarello Corsa Jersey - Men's

The Corsa Men's Jersey is par for the course--if, that is, you consider that the metric it's being held to is Pinarello, one of cycling's most names. The jersey combines all the daily functionality of the race-specific Tour Jersey with a more accommodating fit (we aren't all built like Froome, after all) and more pronounced branding to demonstrate your Pinarello-only approach to all things bici. To clarify, if the Tour is built for the riders we idolize, then the Corsa is a race-fit jersey built more for we tifosi. It preserves some key features of the Tour, but it does away with features like zipper garages and a raised front hem. While zipper garages are always nice, we find that they can impede on-the-bike adjustments by adding an additional obstacle to grabbing the elusive pull tab, and the slightly longer front panel may bunch a little in the saddle, but it also reduces the risk of exposed belly buttons in the cafe line. Many of the Tour's materials are represented here, including the high-stretch Asteria 3. 0 on the shoulders and arms and the support-focused Host Carbon on the back, among others. That combination ensures a slim, aerodynamic fit at the shoulders but a firmer, more supportive structure on the back: in short, less sleeve bunching and reduced pocket sagging. The overall effect is a well-fitted jersey that emphasizes ventilation, moisture management, and a trim, tailored profile in the saddle.

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