Brevet Long-Sleeve Windblock Jersey - Men's by Rapha
If you're into endurance cycling over long distances, youneed to get the most out of your apparel. There's no need to burden yourselfwith carrying extra gear that's heavy and takes up valuable space. Instead,seek out intelligent clothing choices like the Brevet Long-Sleeve WindblockJersey from Rapha. It blends wind protection and a high level of breathabilityso it'll have you covered on the longest rides over variable conditions. RaphaBrevet's credo is "pack light, travel far" and that's exactly whatthis jersey allows you to do. The jersey design brings the performance of thequick-drying, lightweight merino wool and adds the wind-protection of a gilet.A panel of windproof fabric, the same as what's used in the Rapha Brevet Giletis stitched onto the front and over the shoulders to keep your core toasty onchilly descents but not too overwhelming over the course of your ride. It'ssimilar to the short-sleeve version, except it contains a higher wool contentthat's ideal for cooler temperatures. The reflective and hi-vis Brevet stripeson the front and back as well as the reflective logo help keep you visible longbefore sunrise and after the sun has set. It has a total of five pockets fortoting plenty of food and flat fixing material on all-day epics and thesilicone gripper at the waist's hem keeps the jersey in place over rougherroads and multiple out of the saddle efforts.
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