With drop-bar cycling having what may seem like an identity crisis -- but we feel it's more a coming of age -- your cycling kit needs to be just as adventure-ready as your new mixed-terrain bike. 7mesh loads on the modern updates to expand the limits of drop-bar riding with the Ashlu Merino Jersey. Riding feels classier and more uniquely valuable with the Ashlu's blended merino and nylon fabric comfortably form-fitting to your riding positions. Off-road riding benefits from the merino wool's abrasion-resistance against trailside foliage and hydration-pack straps, and as you roll in and out of shaded creek-side byways to the more open-space gravel landscapes, the merino wool's natural thermo-regulatory properties keep you comfortable ride-long.Supply storage during extended miles receives careful attention from 7mesh as the Ashlu's Anything Panel, a modular pocket system, houses the traditional three-rear pockets plus two side-zippered pockets (one large and one small). It's essentially a modernized waist-pack built into a jersey, but much more streamlined. And to help keep you rolling from dawn-patrol into twilight, the Ashlu is rated UPF 50+ for UV ray protection.
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