Twin Six Polka Jersey - Short Sleeve - Women's

Twin Six Polka Jersey - Short Sleeve - Women's
Twin Six Polka Jersey - Short Sleeve - Women's
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Polka Jersey - Short Sleeve - Women's by Twin Six
The design-savvy cyclists at Twin Six have successfully created a niche by focusing on unmistakable aesthetics that are a refreshing departure from mundane offerings. Pushing this design progression ever forward, the Women's Polka Jersey is a continual favorite in Twin Six's line with oversized dots commanding attention as you crank down the road. However, just because this jersey is aesthetically striking doesn't mean it sacrifices functionality at the expense of form. For instance, take the jersey's polyester microfiber that's one of its biggest selling points. This luxuriously soft fabric regulates your core temperature by actively wicking perspiration for a cooling effect, especially in stifling heat. For a better overall fit, it employs longer sleeves that forgo elastic grippers in favor of well-proportioned, fitted arm cuffs. The jersey's fit strikes a balance between slightly looser American jerseys and the form-fitting cut of European offerings. And like all Twin Six Jerseys, it's proudly US made with the utmost attention to detail.

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