Shimano Transit Check Button Up Shirt - Short-Sleeve - Women's

Shimano Transit Check Button Up Shirt - Short-Sleeve - Women's
Shimano Transit Check Button Up Shirt - Short-Sleeve - Women's
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Transit Check Button Up Shirt - Short-Sleeve - Women's by Shimano
Some mornings, bringing an extra set of clothes with you on your commute is non-negotiable. But on Casual Fridays, weekend errands, and after-work spins around the neighborhood, take advantage of being able to simplify your routine with the Shimano Transit Check Button Up Shirt. With classic plaid and button-up style for everyday and moisture-wicking fabric for on-bike functionality, the Transit was made to transition from bike lane to regular life. It won't make you look like a lost member of a road race when you pop into the grocery store for dinner, but its mesh panels and airy construction will keep you cool and comfortable when you tackle that inevitable climb near your house on your way into town. An odor-resistant treatment even keeps stink at bay, so you can sweat it out on a summer pedal without offending everyone at the office later.

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SKU: SHI00EC
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