De Marchi PT Pro 2.0 Classic Short Sleeve Jersey - Women's

De Marchi PT Pro 2.0 Classic Short Sleeve Jersey - Women's
De Marchi PT Pro 2.0 Classic Short Sleeve Jersey - Women's
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PT Pro 2.0 Classic Short Sleeve Jersey - Women's by De Marchi
De Marchi began crafting jerseys in 1946, and while the technology and fabrics have evolved in time, the attention to detail and timeless styling remains true to their heritage. The PT Pro 2. 0 Classic Jersey has vintage aesthetics with modern performance to keep you cool and comfortable through training and racing. Microfiber polyester breathes well and wicks moisture away from the skin, while the full-length zipper allows for greater venting when needed. The jersey's race fit has raglan sleeves that fit best in the riding position without seams bunching at the shoulder.

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