Maybe we're a little demanding. When it comes to fall riding, we want all of the mobility of a summer kit, but with added thermal warmth to get us down cool canyon descents without frosty chills sending down our spines. Winter jerseys and jackets are too bulky, and summerweight tops just don't cut it, but Pearl Izumi offers a solution with the Attack Thermal Jersey. This four-way-stretch thermal fleece jersey traps heat inside within its soft, brushed fibers, while a sleek exterior cuts through wind while you weave your way up canyon roads embracing the changing colors around you. It's cut for comfort on the bike, with generous stretch, and a tailored hem that tapers to shorter in the front to prevent bunching, and longer in the back to cover you from dreaded kit-gap between pesky knickers and tops. The Attack Thermal Jersey provides moderate warmth ideal for fall and spring jaunts, and can be layered underneath a shell when temperatures dip further as part of the perfect layering system on frosty winter sprints to get in the base miles.
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PEARL iZUMi Attack Thermal Jersey - Women's
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