Club Ride Apparel Ida Jersey - Women's

Club Ride Apparel Ida Jersey - Women's
Club Ride Apparel Ida Jersey - Women's
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Ida Jersey - Women's by Club Ride Apparel
It's hard to beat long summer rides that have you out from dawn to dusk, and Club Ride's Ida Jersey makes the ideal companion for your all-day endeavors. Don't let its long sleeve fool you, this top is ideal for sun protection, and features lightweight, pinhole mesh sleeves to let the breeze in, while keeping the sun off of your shoulders. It's constructed with a raglan sleeves that keep the lightest fabric on your arms, and a relaxed fit that won't restrict you when you're booking it into berms, and pushing up root-latticed climbs. In front the Ida Jersey features four snaps to let you drop heat when things get a little toasty, and just in case you need a little extra storage, the back features two huge drop-in pockets for stashing an extra water bottle, or your gummy bears for rewarding yourself when you've conquered the steep climb to the summit.

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SKU: CLB004F
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