P.R.O. Pursuit Speed Jersey - Women's by Pearl Izumi
The Pearl Izumi Women's P. R. O. Pursuit Speed Jersey provides fast fashion--we're not talking about the ever-rotating trends found at the local mall--more like the streamlined silhouette desired by competitive riders and the pros alike. It's designed for blistering speed with P. R. O. Transfer Aero fabric and dimpled Speed Sleeves reducing drag along the jersey's leading edges. By reducing wind resistance, you'll find it's worthy of your hard-fought racing and training efforts where every second is crucial. Besides being aerodynamic, the P. R. O. Pursuit Speed Jersey actively wicks moisture to facilitate evaporative cooling when you're pushing yourself in warm temperatures. The entire jersey is rated as UPF 50+, ensuring full protection from UV rays. This means you'll remain fully protected from harsh sunshine, regardless if you're riding on the summer solstice or pedaling up mountain passes where exceedingly high UV values are common. Pearl finishes this race-savvy jersey with a full-length zipper with a semi-autolock slider that stays firmly in place for optimized ventilation, silicone rear gripper to keep it firmly in place, and three rear pockets for ample storage on the road. Additionally, you'll find subtle reflective details that pop with extra visibility in low-light conditions.
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