When summer gives you its warmest weather, and the pressure of race day turns things up another notch, kit up in the Gore Wear C7 Pro Jersey for Women. With a streamlined cut and ultra-breathable materials, this jersey is sure to support you when you're crushing through the toughest miles, pulling sweat away to keep you dry, without compromising sleek style over function. The C7 Pro Jersey is adaptable and light, with ventilated mesh panels that let fresh air in when you're pushing through the toughest climbs, and stretchy polyamide panels that sit snug against your body for an aerodynamic fit. The slim, body-hugging fit takes moisture transfer and evaporation up a notch, as the fabric pulls sweat to the surface where it can readily evaporate. As you'd expect, it's packing three rear pockets for storing an extra water bottle (or two) when temperatures hover near triple-digit readings, but it goes further to offer you two side mesh pockets for your nutrition, and a zippered back stash for personal items you need to keep safe. An ergonomically shaped collar promotes comfort without being a scratchy, irritating ordeal. Plus, it uses reflective logos to keep you visible when you're riding at night to avoid hot temperatures.
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