Pearl Izumi Rove Long-Sleeve Shirt - Women's

Pearl Izumi Rove Long-Sleeve Shirt - Women's
Pearl Izumi Rove Long-Sleeve Shirt - Women's
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Rove Long-Sleeve Shirt - Women's by Pearl Izumi
There's something we love about riding in flannels when cooler weather settles over our favorite trails. As much as we love the fit and feel of our thrifted button-up, they never quite dry the way we need by the time we reach the bar post-ride. Pearl Izumi's Rove shirt has all the comfort of our favorite flannel in a performance fabric that wicks moisture like a jersey. The Rove is at home both ripping singletrack and out to dinner, allowing us to be totally incognito about how we spent the day. The slight drop tail provides better coverage on the bike, and the small reflective accents help keep us seen for all-day riding.

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SKU: PLZ00TX
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