HTO 2 Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by Louis Garneau
Any trail rider will tell you that back sweat is unavoidable, especially with a hydration pack strapped to your body in stifling heat. Solving this sweaty trail dilemma, the Louis Garneau Men's HTO 2 Jersey ingeniously places AirFit Mesh along the upper back to disperse perspiration trapped underneath your hydration pack. This equates to a blissful riding experience free of the sweat-stained nastiness you've come to expect from long rides with a hydration pack. We'll be the first to admit that although rather simple, it actually works as intended, preventing you from stopping alongside the trail to dry your sweat-soaked jersey. The remainder of the jersey employs Icefit 2 fabric, which is a soft-wearing microfiber that dries quickly to facilitate a cooling effect. Another benefit to this fabric lies in its anti-odor finish, which keeps funkiness at bay when you're pushing yourself down the trail. Seeing that unrestricted motion is essential to any trail rider, the comfort neckline fluidly stretches to accommodate direction-changing maneuverability. And because you'll be on the trail for multiple hours, the large rear pocket conveniently keeps trail snacks within quick reach.
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