The music scene isn't the only thing good coming out of Australia, its cycling apparel, spearheaded by brands like Attaquer, are using technical fabrics, bright colorways, and stylish graphics that's leaving quite a mark in the industry. In typical Attaquer fashion, the brand offers its All Day Club Jersey providing the comfort and aesthetics you seek on fast training rides, races, or simply a recovery ride to the coffee shop. The All Day Club Jersey is constructed from Italian fabrics and cut to provide an impeccable fit that eliminates bunching, chafing or general discomfort. We really like it's on trend extended sleeve with comfortable thermobond grippers. This sleeve length not only looks great and offers increased coverage, but it also claims lower aerodynamic drag numbers. Additional details include stretch side panels providing a refined fit while in the saddle and a lowered front neckline collar that reduces chafing and pinching. The jersey is finished off with all the small details that often make or break a jersey for us. Three pockets line the lower rear panel, ensuring there's plenty of storage space for food and tubes, with an internal radio pocket for storing essentials like an ID or credit card. A full-length front zipper quickly dumps heat while the 50+ High UV protection shields covered skin from the sun's rays.
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Attaquer All Day Club Jersey - Men's
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