7mesh Industries Skyline Jersey - Men's

7mesh Industries Skyline Jersey - Men's
7mesh Industries Skyline Jersey - Men's
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Skyline Jersey - Men's by 7mesh Industries
7Mesh may be known best for their mountain bike apparel, but with the Skyline Jersey, this Squamish-based brand cements themselves as innovators in the road realm. With a race fit and aerodynamic fabric, the Skyline Jersey is ready for the warmest days of training and racing. 7Mesh constructs the jersey using a blend of synthetic hydrophobic materials, which better wick moisture and maintain fit than a Lycra jersey would. The waffle-knit outer texture not only helps move sweat away from the skin, but also helps pull air past the jersey to save you every second possible. The Coldblack back panel is UPF30+ to protect you from the sun's rays on long rides, and the five rear pockets ensure enough storage space for both ride fuel and an extra layer for when the sun finally dips behind the ridgeline.

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