Santini Vento Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

Santini Vento Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
Santini Vento Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
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Vento Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by Santini
Taking its name from the Italian word for wind, the Men's Vento Jersey by Santini inspires you to push swiftly down the road with the breeze at your back as you conquer hills in the countryside and winding roads along coastal headlands. Lightweight polyester actively pulls moisture off your body as you begin to sweat, promoting a cool-wearing feel, even as you push yourself at a rapid cadence down the road. Conforming stretch panels promote full range of motion, even when you're in the drops or sprinting out of the saddle. It's finished with a full-length zip for regulating your body temperature, as well as three rear pockets for plentiful storage of your bottles, nutrition, and spare layers.

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SKU: SANS07P
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