Trek Pro Team Sleek 99 Jersey - 2019 - Men's by Santini
Santini's Trek Pro Team Sleek 99 Jersey 2019 is cut for maximum speed. Originally made for Santini's pro riders, this form-fitting jersey sets new standards in aero design with its lightweight fabrics, second-skin fit, and superior breathability. What's truly impressive is that it weighs just 120g in a size medium, a stark contrast to the 300g average weight of a road cycling jersey. And to ensure long-lasting quality, it's made in Italy from premium materials to ensure season after season of dedicated use. The front of the jersey is made from a highly perforated material that stays cool, even through hard efforts in scorching summer weather. The back and sleeves are made of lightweight, strong, and aerodynamic material that cuts through the wind while retaining the moisture-wicking qualities you expect from a jersey of this caliber. The collar is inspired by Santini's aero speedsuit designs, alleviating any discomfort that might result from the zipper coming in contact with the neck. To keep the jersey from riding up as you transition in and out of the saddle, Santini includes elastic silicone grippers at the bottom hem for a stay-put fit.
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