The Capo Men's Signature Leggero Jersey is the epitome of a race-inspired training kit, able to shoulder the burden of long base miles and approach the start line with equal ease. It's constructed from Capo's Super Leggero fabric, a lightweight, moisture-wicking microfiber with a second-skin fit that eliminates the excess material and transitional ridges that are a leading cause of drag. The fabric is then treated with coldblack technology to minimize heat build-up and increase UV protection during sunny rides in blistering temperatures. To give the jersey versatility in a variety of summer conditions, the underarms are made out of ventilated Eyelet Mesh microfiber panels that offer quick moisture transfer during hot climbs. Expect the jersey to fit slim, with a silhouette that will be right at home in your next race or while styling on a high-intensity group ride, with an elastic along the bottom hem of the jersey keeping the waist securely in place. Capo includes three rear pockets for storing your ride essentials, as well as reflective inserts on the pockets to increase your visibility to other road users. The full-length, lockable zipper gives ample freedom to make temperature adjustments should you need a little extra cooling during hard efforts.
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