Pursuit Black Speed Mesh Jersey - Women's by Pearl Izumi
Dive into the hottest summer days with total aerodynamic comfort in the Pearl Izumi Pursuit Black Speed Mesh Jersey for Women. With an aggressive form-fitting cut, and aerodynamics placed at the utmost importance, the jersey slices through air, all the while helping you maintain a cool and composed core. The Pursuit Black Speed Mesh Jersey is designed in Pearl's Speed Shop, fine-tuned and tested by elite female athletes to ensure that the jersey is focused on pure performance. It is crafted with PRO Aero fabric in the shoulders and areas that meet the breeze first, slicing through the wind like a machete through blades of grass and reducing drag, while PRO Transfer mesh covers your core to bring maximum airflow to keep you cool when you're going full-gas. The sleeves feature Pearl's patented Speed Sleeve construction, which fits close to the body through your shoulders, eliminating excess fabric and wrinkles that catch the wind. They are cut with a bit of extra length, falling close to the elbow with raw edge hems to wrap more of your bicep with aerodynamic fabric, giving you every possible advantage when you're hammering aggressively to the front of the peloton.
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