P.R.O. Pursuit Long-Sleeve Wind Jersey - Men's by Pearl Izumi
Cycling clothing has come a long way. Not too long ago, if you were going riding in cool or drizzly conditions, it usually meant wearing a non-breathable plastic jacket that would pretty much instantly become a hot, humid mess leaving you almost as wet as if you left the jacket at home. Several companies have released jerseys with wind and water-resistant fabrics that prevent you from having to put on or take off layers as well as reducing bulk. The P. R. O. Pursuit Long-Sleeve Wind Jersey from Pearl Izumi is one such jersey and we make sure it gets plenty of use during the spring and fall. This jersey features panels of Pearl Izumi's Softshell Lite fabric, which provides soft, stretchy weather protection without hindering your freedom of movement. The main body is made from Pearl Izumi's P. R. O. Transfer fabric for lightweight moisture management that wicks moisture so you stay drier no matter how hard the ride gets. The P. R. O. Pursuit Long-Sleeve Wind Jersey sports three rear pockets, ideal for carrying spare tubes, ride snacks, and your phone. The prerequisite full-length zipper provides ample ventilation options when the road turns up makes it easy to get into and out of the jersey while reflective elements increase visibility to other road users in low light conditions.
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Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Pursuit Long-Sleeve Wind Jersey - Men's
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