Sometimes you can make the boldest statement with the simplest design. At least we think so with 7mesh Industries' Quantum Jersey for Men. The material's patterning creates a fabric that's soft against the skin and is airy and breathable to keep you cooler when you're pounding the blacktop and the mercury keeps creeping up. The fabric relies on mechanical stretch rather than introducing Lycra to provide compression and better manage moisture, so the jersey doesn't feel clammy at the top of the climb. And if it's a particularly warm day, you'll appreciate the full-length zipper that allows for easy temperature regulation. This stretch is asymmetric meaning the jersey is built with horizontal stretch for easy articulation while in the riding position and reaching to the bars but not some much on the vertical plane, so you don't have to put up with the 3 rear pockets sagging when they are fully loaded up. In addition to the 3 rear open pockets, two zippered side pockets hold small valuables and have headphone ports so you can queue up your playlist or favorite podcast on those long base mile rides. Lastly, reflective details on the rear pockets help you remain visible to motorists in low-light conditions.
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