Pearl Izumi Sugar Sleeveless Jersey - Women's

Pearl Izumi Sugar Sleeveless Jersey - Women's
Pearl Izumi Sugar Sleeveless Jersey - Women's
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Sugar Sleeveless Jersey - Women's by Pearl Izumi
Staying active on the bike in a sustainable way is refreshing with the Pearl Izumi Sugar Sleeveless. Sourced from recycled plastic bottles, the lightweight and summer-ready SELECT Transfer fabric wicks moisture for evaporation as you rack up the miles on your training loop. Focused intensely on warm-weather performance, the Sugar's minimal upper back features a simple, one-strap design to maximize airflow as well as Accent power mesh on the side panels.Pearl Izumi incorporates a full-length front zip for when the temperature really climbs, and BioViz reflective elements enhance low-light visibility in case you'd like to set out early in the morning to beat the afternoon heat. Two large pockets hold ride provisions, and a power mesh external pocket adds storage for a phone or map.

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SKU: PLZO893
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