DBX 5.0 All Mountain Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by Leatt
If there's one thing we can all agree on, it's that slogging uphill in a sweaty jersey isn't a great way to start off your trail ride. Eliminating this sweat-soaked feel, the Leatt 5. 0 All Mountain DBX Jersey employs the breathable, moisture-wicking feel of lightweight Mihrao fabric. It's reinforced with a brush guard along the elbows for scratch-resistance and optimal integration with elbow pads for when you rip down notoriously technical trails. Plus, a WindBlock panel on the front keeps your core comfortable on high-speed descents. Tailored for all-mountain rides, it slides nicely underneath body armor and neck braces without causing undue irritation or restricting motion. The chest, arms, and side panels benefit from a DWR finish, which repels flinging dirt and trail splashes when you're enjoying tacky dirt after a recent rain. Bonded seams increase overall comfort by eliminating the scratchiness inherent to traditional seams. There's even a silicone-lined waist that prevents it from riding up when you're aggressively charging downhill and flying off side-hits scattered alongside the trail.
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