Mavic Sequence Graphic Jersey - Women's

Mavic Sequence Graphic Jersey - Women's
Mavic Sequence Graphic Jersey - Women's
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Sequence Graphic Jersey - Women's by Mavic
With triangular graphics inspired by a difficult climb or the peak of your performance on a ride, the Mavic Sequence Graphic Jersey seems made to be worn when you're trying for a PR. Reach for it when you're heading out for a neighborhood ride or trying out a local race for the first time, and it just may help remind you of what you're pedaling for every time you look down. Supple, breathable fabric cut in a slim silhouette pulls moisture away from your skin consistently, while a half-zipper provides ventilation without the risk of puckering fabric when you're stretched out over the bars. Its versatile nature makes the Sequence a strong contender to be your next favorite training jersey.

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SKU: MAV00G4
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