The Citizen Camo LS Jersey from Capo is the long sleeve version of its popular Citizen Camo jersey. So if you already have the bibs and don't want to muddy up your short-sleeve version with mismatched arm warmers on cooler days, this is your jersey. The subtle camo treatment and tone on tone colors have a modern look and its use of high-tech materials and form-fitting design will have you feeling comfortable, aero, and looking good. Capo designs this jersey in California and constructs it in Italy from highly technical materials. They are cut anatomically out of multiple panels of Italian fabric, allowing it to articulate better around your body and provide a snug fit while on the bike and offers better aerodynamics, thus dropping wind drag. The Leggero microfiber on the front of the jersey sits light against the skin and offers impressive breathability while the Carbon ES microfiber back panel provides UV protection, transports moisture, and offers stability for the three rear pockets. The long sleeves and slightly taller collar, opposed to the short sleeve variant, offers more protection from the elements. And for when the road turns up or the temps rise, you'll appreciate the full-length YKK zipper with a lockable slider that lets you quickly and easily adjust the climate to your liking.
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