Named after the feeling of being awestruck at the top of your ride, the Louis Garneau Struck Jersey ensures it gets easier to reach those views thanks to its cool, ventilated comfort and ride-ready fit. The stretchy, lightweight Zircon fabric wicks sweat away from your skin as you battle climbs, then dries quickly with the help of the mesh back panel as you enjoy the breeze on the much-deserved descent. The relaxed fit provides a non-restrictive performance, allowing you to move freely in the saddle, while the silicone grippers at the shoulders lock the fit in place. Reflective accents boost overall visibility for the rides when the light conditions are less than ideal, and a zippered side pocket safely carries your sunglasses for when the sun comes back out.
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