Brevet Long-Sleeve Windblock Jersey - Women's by Rapha
When the breeze is blowing at full speed, and you need a little extra to keep your core toasty, reach for the Rapha Women's Brevet Long-Sleeve Windblock Jersey. This versatile piece combines temperature regulating merino wool, with wind-blocking protection that you would get from your wind gilet, allowing you to keep warmer when fall cool fall rides turn into a blustery mix of sleet and rain. The Brevet Long-Sleeve Windblock Jersey is built to bridge the gap between jacket and jersey, allowing you to skip layers for a more simple setup on ride days, so you don't have to worry about tossing on your base layer, vest, and jacket. Rapha places a wind-resistant polyester panel along the front of the jersey and the arms, so you won't succumb to whipping breezes that threaten to chill your body. These wind-resistant panels are placed over a soft, moisture-wicking merino base, which maintains hours of comfort and regulates your body temperature without any irritation slowing you down. This wind-blocking jersey is finished with a multitude of functional pockets along the front and rear, as well as reflective details for greater visibility in low-light conditions.
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