If you're in the market for a new long-sleeve winter jersey, we urge you to have a look at the S-Phyre Windresistant Jersey from Shimano. Using its 37C Temperature Regulation technology, it aims to keep the cyclist's core temperature in check so you don't freeze when it's freezing out and you don't overheat on the climbs or with some intensity. Its Anatomic 3D construction conforms to your body for an exceptional fit and offers improved aerodynamics when getting in those all-important off-season base miles. The key to the jersey's comfort stems from its creation of thermal airspace by the brushed fleece finish on the inside offering outstanding insulation. When too much heat builds up, its MicroVents offer active ventilation and easily exhausts excess heat keeping your microclimate stable and making the ride much more enjoyable. Up front, a full-length zipper lets you further dial in the amount of incoming airflow and is flexible to prevent bunching when in an aero position. You won't fret if precipitation starts falling from the sky mid-ride as the jersey has a water-repellent membrane and coated fabrics to keep the dampness out. At the end of the sleeves are flat-finish cuffs that are engineered to work seamlessly with S-PHYRE gloves and rounding out its list of features is a rear reflective panel, just below the 3 pockets, for increased visibility in low light conditions.
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Shimano S-Phyre Windresistant Jersey - Men's
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