Don't let the summer heat get you down, instead, don the UMA GT NS Jersey from Assos and stay cooler on those fast-paced weekday group rides or longer weekend jaunts. Constructed of lightweight and breathable materials and devoid of any sleeves that can trap excessive body heat, it'll see heavy rotation during the summer months.It's constructed of Assos' Type. 112 Dual Tex, a fast-drying, double yarn textile with an open structure offering impressive moisture management and breathability. It also prevents snagging, offers UPF35 sun protection, resists odors, and helps stabilize the jersey. Quick drying Simesh panels are utilized on the sides to bolster breathability while offering exceptional stretchiness. One detail we really like is its latest collar construction that eliminates irritation prone seams and the full-length Camlock zipper that lets you dump heat on extended climbs. The fit features Assos' regularFit which is a body-mapped performance fit that's a little less aggressive than its Aero Racing line and permits a relaxed, yet refined performance fit that gives you a little bit more breathing room on those stifling days.Lastly, the UMA GT NS uses Assos' much-lauded triple ramp pockets complete with headphone opening for convenience. It has plenty of room for ride snacks and spare inner tubes and is optimally located for easy access. Internal seams create a lip that keeps items from getting jettisoned over rough roads.
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