Louis Garneau Course Wind Pro Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

Louis Garneau Course Wind Pro Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
Louis Garneau Course Wind Pro Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
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Course Wind Pro Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by Louis Garneau
Remove the wind and the cold from the equation on your next ride with the Louis Garneau Men's Long-Sleeve Course Wind Pro Jersey. Combining Polartec Light Wind Pro and Polartec ThermaSoft 180, this jersey's design focuses on providing wind-breaking, breathable, and thermo-regulating comfort through some of spring and fall's colder days, which is further bolstered by the fleece brushed back. The collar is made specific to cycling thanks to a stretchable section at the back of the neck that allows freedom of movement without creating pressure when in you're in riding position. Meanwhile, pre-shaped shoulders enhance your comfort throughout the day due in part to an ergonomic design, and the wide signature silicone gripper at the back hem locks down this jersey's fit with snug security.

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