SUGOi RSE Jersey - Men's

SUGOi RSE Jersey - Men's
SUGOi RSE Jersey - Men's
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RSE Jersey - Men's by SUGOi
Resting at the top of Sugoi's extensive line of jerseys, the Men's 2016 RSE Jersey has received all-new fabric technology this year, resulting in a more streamlined fit as it delivers pro-level features to self-sponsored athletes. Whether you're racing or training in it, the RSE's light, airy polyester and spandex blend thrives on the kinds of hot, oppressive days that sap your energy and leave you praying for a cool, shady descent. As the RSE is Sugoi's top jersey, the brand definitely sweats the small stuff. Though it's a small detail, seaming can define your ride--positively or negatively--and Sugoi pays close attention to crafting seams for the RSE that you won't have to constantly reposition to stop from chafing during your ride. With road racing and criteriums in mind, Sugoi adds pronounced arm bands and clean hemlines to reduce drag and keep the jersey in place without gaps or bunching. The jersey is finished with four rear pockets (one with a zipper) and side mesh panels, which add gel/waffle capacity and even more breathability on hot days.

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SKU: SUG008V
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