Giro Roust 3/4-Sleeve Jersey - Women's

Giro Roust 3/4-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
Giro Roust 3/4-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
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Roust 3/4-Sleeve Jersey - Women's by Giro
Whether it's a chilly spring ride, or a rowdy enduro day, there are just some times when you want a little extra coverage, and the Giro Roust Long-Sleeve Jersey is here to offer you that extra touch. The Roust Jersey is crafted from 100% recycled polyester that actively breathes and wicks away perspiration, so while you may have some extra material, you'll still have the benefits of airy fabric that works to keep you cool when you're working your way up steep climbs on spring days. A relaxed fit gives you room to move around on the bike when you're picking your way through precarious rock gardens, while providing a little extra space for tossing some pads on underneath your kit for days when you're pushing yourself to new limits.

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SKU: GIR00KU
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