La Vuelta Leader of Class Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by Santini
When it comes to the Grand Tours, we have a certain undeniable passion for La Vuelta. With its unforgiving team and individual time trials, and high-altitude finishes that torch quads through the final pitches, its a tour in which anything can happen. A rookie can make their career, a champion can lose their crown -- its an all-out, anything-goes, unpredictable race, that is never shy of exciting. And so we're pleased to see Santini honor the race with its La Vuelta kits, with lightweight materials, clean raw edges, and ultimate breathability that can hold up to Spanish summer heat. The Santini La Vuelta Leader of Class Short-Sleeve Jersey honors the leader of the pack with its bright red hues that stand out against arid Spanish plateaus, and deep green forests alike. It's crafted with the same attention to detail that you'd expect from Santini, with hits of raw-cut Bodyfit fabric on the sleeves to slice through the wind and reduce drag, and ultra-light core material ideal for wicking away perspiration, and keeping you dry. Internal elastic with silicone gripper keeps your hem neatly locked in place, and deep back pockets securely store your riding essentials.
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