100% R-Core-X DH Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

100% R-Core-X DH Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
100% R-Core-X DH Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
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R-Core-X DH Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by 100%
Never one to rest on its laurels, 100% is bringing back its ever-popular R-Core-X DH Long-Sleeve Men's Jersey. The slim fit is streamlined to reduce drag while riding and the drop-tail hem provides added coverage when you're leaned back behind the saddle. The four-way stretch fabric boasts anti-odor properties so the jersey can be worn back-to-back days without picking up too much funk, while laser-cut venting keeps a constant supply of cool air passing through for added comfort during desert races and mid-summer events in the mountains. 100% even finished the jersey off with fade-resistant graphics, so it the jersey fade out after a long season of racing.

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SKU: OHP006D
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