Assos Fastlane Rock Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's

Assos Fastlane Rock Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
Assos Fastlane Rock Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
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Fastlane Rock Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's by Assos
Set yourself up for success on your ride with Assos' Fastlane Rock Short-Sleeve Jersey, a breathable top that is designed for performance. This jersey offers an ultrasoft feel thanks to Assos Dual Tex and Push-Pull textiles, but also moisture management properties so you're not sweating through your layers. The Fastlane Rock Short-Sleeve Jersey is made for performance, but offers a less aggressive fit than Assos' racingFit, instead combining speed and comfort. Raw-cut sleeves make for the smoothest transition between the jersey and your upper arms, and Triple Ramp Pockets secure your snacks and cargo while you ride.

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