You don't have to be a rocket scientist to appreciate the well thought design and tech fabrics in your go-to jersey, and Louis Garneau backs this up with the Prime Engineer Jersey for Women. Packing in all of the tech, the Prime Engineer Jersey features square mesh that has a knack for wicking away perspiration in a flash, and signature Cooling Engineer fabric that aims to cycle cool air towards your body while you ride in even the warmest summer scorchers. To keep things streamlined, bonded seams adorn the back and shoulders, adding aerodynamic benefits, and stitch-free comfort when you're in the drops. As you'd expect from 'Garneau, the Prime Engineer Jersey is finished with all of the bells and whistles, including three deep back pockets for stashing tools and nutrition, silicone grippers at the hem to lock things in place, and a couple of reflective accents to boost low light visibility.
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