In the high desert climate we have here in Utah, many of our long summer rides can start early with crisp mornings and before we know it, we're on an extended climb with the sun beating down before heading up to cooler temps again at higher altitudes. For rides like these, we're enamored with the Celsius Jersey from Sportful. It simply functions better than most across such a broad temperature range.The secret behind it is its unique construction that adds an open inner mesh structure that accelerates breathability and moisture transfer by creating a next to skin airflow at warmer temperatures. These stretch woven fabrics are also very lightweight and offer fast drying performance. Think of it as a built-in, lightweight baselayer. Likewise, in cooler conditions, warmth is maintained by keeping the skin dry.Other nice jersey details include a lay flat neck construction that prevents abrasion, friction, and irritation. The arm openings use an elastic inner band to keep the hem in place and a laser cut cuff offers a seamless transition to the skin. Up front is a full-length YKK Vislon zipper for dumping eat when the mercury is soaring. Final features are 3 rear pockets for hauling snacks and just down from that, a low-profile waist in elastic with a silicone gripper to keep the fit in check.
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