Take to your hardest training rides or races donning the form-fitting Men's Leggero Short-Sleeve Jersey from Capo, and you'll not only be treated to cool comfort, you'll be in one of the better looking kits on the road too. Constructed of Leggero microfiber that's ultra-lightweight and excellent at moisture wicking, and a Carbon ES microfiber back panel for UV protection, breathability, and rear pocket support, this jersey's technical features will make it one of your favorites. The 11-panel construction of Italian textiles offers an anatomic fit and an aerodynamic silhouette that's optimized while in the riding position. Further boosting your ability to slice through the wind are the 4. 5-centimeter sleeve cuff panels and the new low-profile collar. Ensuring the jersey's slim fit stays put during your next race or tempo group ride is the silicone waist elastic along the bottom hem of the jersey. Capo includes reflective inserts on the rear of the jersey, flanking the pockets, to help you remain visible when daylight is fleeting. The Leggero offers plenty of room to store food, extra gear, and an inner tube in any of the three rear pockets, and the full-length, lockable YKK zipper gives you the ability to adjust the amount of airflow to your core.
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