The guys and gals at Global Cycling Network never cease to amaze us with their humor and knowledge of the sport of cycling. Naturally, they seek the best and when it comes to cycling apparel and warm-weather riding, Assos supplies them with the Ss Gcn Pro Training jersey. With that easily recognizable Global Cycling Network logo, this summer cycling jersey will let everyone know you're a fan and keep up with the current trends in cycling. The jersey is cut in its body-mapped regularFit blending aero performance and a little bit more room than an all-in race fit. Its slim, full-length zipper lets you easily dump heat if the summer temps are warm and the Dual Tex fabric can't wick sweat quickly enough or breathe quite as well as bare skin will. Dual Tex is a lightweight, double yarn textile that employs Assos' push-pull technology, letting the material use the moisture contained in the fabric to cool you off or warm you up as needed throughout the ride. Additionally, it's extremely stretchy, is snag resistant, offers UPF30 protection, and odorControl. At the rear is its lauded Triple Ramp Concept pockets made from a lightweight and super stretchy Sens Classic Tex material that's placed optimally for ease of access and when fully loaded have a fabric lip that keeps items from flying out over rough roads.
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