Brilliantly standing out when you're riding on dark roadways, the Louis Garneau Women's Stunner RTR Jersey integrates CB Mondo RF panels to keep you safe when you're finishing late-evening rides and training long before the sun comes up. Tailored to the most demanding riders, the Stunner RTR Jersey maximizes attention to detail with its technical fabrics, functional storage, and anatomical cut. CB Carbon Slick is the predominant fabric along the body, delivering both moisture-wicking comfort and antimicrobial properties. Ventilating your upper-body, Grid 70 Air is lightweight and breathable for optimal comfort when you're riding fast on hot summer days. The Coldblack finish reflects scorching UV rays, much like a lightly colored fabric. Ultimately, this means you'll stay pleasantly cool and comfortable on the warmest rides of the year. Further contributing to its cool-wearing feel, the jersey's full-length zipper vents your upper body without causing irritation. Maintaining a secure fit in the drops, the jersey's Super Light Grip keeps it from riding up. Other ride-savvy details include three rear pockets for roomy storage, a sweatproof pocket for storing your phone/multimedia player, and laser-finished cuffs for enhanced aerodynamics.
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