Assos Wild Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's

Assos Wild Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
Assos Wild Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
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Wild Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's by Assos
Generally when we think of Assos, we think of clean lines, bold colors, and simple but sleek aesthetics. What we don't typically find from the classic and elite brand is colorful patterns, abstract designs, and bright hues. Assos' Wild Short-Sleeve Jersey throws a curve ball at the brand's conventional styles, with bold and modern graphics that dance abstractly across the top, adding summer-inspired fun to the sleek and elite fit that you've come to know from Assos. The Wild Short-Sleeve Jersey utilizes a super lightweight Type. 112 Dual textile, consisting of a circular knit that offers exceptional breathability with a knack for quick drying, and moisture transfer. Its cut with a body-mapped fit that dials in a locked-in fit for a balance of comfort and compression, while a slim, full-length front zipper allows flexibility when temperatures fluctuate, and you need to drop a few degrees.

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