Twin Six Forever Forward Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's

Twin Six Forever Forward Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's
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Forever Forward Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's by Twin Six
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Twin Six Forever Forward Jersey - Short-Sleeve - Women's

Adorned with Twin Six's signature stripes against a vivid backdrop of balmy pink, the Women's Forever Forward Jersey represents a stylistic nod to the ever-pushing progress of the Minneapolis-based cycling company. To ensure continuity of the jersey's striking aesthetic, the full-length zipper neatly hides out of sight, yet it's still readily at hand when necessary to prevent overheating issues. It's a refreshingly simple affair, seeing it forgoes fancy fabrics and questionable tech for the luxurious comfort of polyester microfiber. This soft-wearing fabric rapidly wicks moisture when you're pushing through the sweltering heatwaves of summer or climbing up grueling passes in the mountains. The end result is an utterly cool, dry feel without soaking in excess perspiration when you're pushing yourself at a high cadence. The Forever Forward Jersey is the beneficiary of a recent redesign, in which Twin Six extended the sleeve length and eliminated pinch prone elastic in favor of a well-proportioned, fitted cuffs. As for the jersey itself, it strikes an optimal balance between the slightly looser fit known to American jerseys and the form-fitting tightness of its Euro counterparts. As always, its US-crafted quality shines through in every stitch and seam, with exceptional attention to detail.

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