Certain cyclists are superstars. We're thinking the Coppis and Sagans of the peloton, the cyclists who are--to borrow a descriptor from Sagan's take on Americana musicals--electrifying. Other cyclists' Not so much. For every what'll-he-do-next champion there's a careful, stem-gazing watt counter. Broadcast your intentions to be the former with the Twin Six Supercharger Jersey. Though many of our supercharged heroes hail from Slovakia, Italy, and Belgium, the Supercharger Jersey--like all of Twin Six's jerseys--is 100% produced in the US. The jersey's material is breathable and lightweight, wicking moisture from your skin to keep you dry. The full-length zipper is hidden to maintain a classic look without sacrificing contemporary functionality, and the back includes a complement of three pockets for enough storage space to hold fuel, ride essentials, and whatever props you need to ensure that the show goes on. Twin Six's jerseys fit between the super-small Italian brands and the looser cut of American mountain bike clothing. If you like a slim, race fit, go for your t-shirt size; for a more commodious, club-ride cut, size up. Either way, the updated sleeve length sits a bit longer, adding some contemporary style to Twin Six's alt-cycling designs.
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