COVID19 Update - orders are still going out - free domestic shipping

0

Your Cart is Empty

Womens Work Jersey - Sapphire

1 review
    • Get to Work, Ornot

      Is the work jersey really for work? No, it's for fun. Designed to take you from social rambles to sprints and splits. Maybe you prefer to look 14% less like a superhero while standing in line for coffee? Maybe cycling isn’t always about marginal gains and your concept of speed only pertains to your personal rate of consuming croissant? However you want to slice it we are pretty sure a jersey for fun should be included in the closet of every cyclist.

      + Milled in the USA wicking polyester mesh.

      + Longer front zipper for off the bike “hang out” normalcy.

      + Rugged and light YKK hidden zipper.

      + Soft hemmed sleeve for a smooth transition from jersey to skin.

      + Durable polyester “doughnut approved” three pocket back design.

      + Classic set-in sleeves construction with low profile collar.

      + 35 UPF rating means your torso is safe in the sun.

      + Designed in San Francisco and sewn in California.

    • The work jersey collection is meant to be worn a touch more loose. Follow the size chart for this fit but if you prefer more room go ahead and grab one size up.
    • [center][center][center] 

    •  

Customer Reviews
4 Based on 1 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
    KR
    10/09/2019
    Katherine R.
    United States United States

    Great material, good fit.

    ...but buyers be wary that the pattern on fabric doesn't match the image online! When you look closely you'll notice a bunch of small triangles on the fabric -- I thought this was the texture of the mesh-like fabric, but it actually has small triangles on it.

    • What size did you purchase? S
    • What is your height and weight? 5'4" 120lbs
    • How does this product fit you? SmallPerfectBig

    We could send you email, Ornot