Pearl Izumi Pro Merino Thermal Jersey - Women's

Pearl Izumi Pro Merino Thermal Jersey - Women's
Pearl Izumi Pro Merino Thermal Jersey - Women's
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Pro Merino Thermal Jersey - Women's by Pearl Izumi
When fall hits we're quite fond of donning sweaters, and we like to think of Pearl's Pro Merino Thermal Jersey as the sweater of our cycling kits. That's not to say its bulky, rather that its capable of trapping in heat so we can hammer through frosty miles in style and comfort.

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SKU: PLZ00T5
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