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Womens Merino Grid Thermal Jersey - Sapphire

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      • A winter bike jersey built with 3 of our favorite things; gridded fleecy interior, Merino Wool, and deadstock fabric. Built with Polartec Power Wool, this jersey has everything you love about extra-fine merino wool (antimicrobial, wicking, keeps you warm even when wet). The grid structure helps trap air pockets to keep you warm under a layer, but quickly breathes and dumps heat when worn on its own. Bonus - Merino Wool is capable of wicking moisture in the vapor state, this keeps you more comfortable and less sweaty.
        Made in the USA, this thermal cycling jersey has reflective detailing on the back and three rear pockets that give plenty of space for everything that didn't fit in your handlebar bag. What's deadstock? It's fabric that was somehow deemed "extra", so instead of milling new fabric for this jersey, we sourced fabric that was already available with no home.

        1. Merino wool interior - Naturally wicking, thermoregulating and odor resistant.
        2. Durable abrasion-resistant face.
        3. Constructed with bluesign®-approved materials which conserve resources and protect the health of the environment, workers and you.
        4. Temp range from 45-60 degrees and perfect for layering.
        5. 3 rear pockets, YKK zipper, reflective details.
        6. Shape retention and 4-way stretch for all-day comfort.
        7. 51% poly / 42% wool / 7 % elastane (merino wool is placed on the inside)
        8. Sewn by hand in the USA.

      • Size Note *** The Merino Grid Thermal Jersey is very fitted and runs on the small side. The studio model, Leslie, is 5'7" 130lbs, and wears a size XS. If you would like your jersey to be anything less than race fit, we suggest jumping up one size. The fabric is extremely stretchy and forgiving. If you have questions about sizing send us an email.

 

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