De Marchi Cinelli 1970 Merino Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

De Marchi Cinelli 1970 Merino Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
De Marchi Cinelli 1970 Merino Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
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Cinelli 1970 Merino Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by De Marchi
Classic performance and iconic style come to you in the De Marchi Men's Cinelli 1970 Merino Jersey. An authorized replica of the first Cinelli cycling jersey made for the United States market in 1970, this jersey is made of merino wool and acrylic for breathable, wicking comfort in the saddle, and a fabric that's easy to care for after the ride is over.

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