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Café du Cycliste Men's Merino Cycling Jersey
  • Men's Merino Cycling Jersey

    R2 900,00 Regular Price
    R2 175,00Sale Price

    A warmer weather jersey that takes advantage of all of merino’s high performance properties. Breathable, high wicking and odour resistant, the lightweight blend increases the natural stretch of the wool to ensure a full range of movement while also substantially speeding up the rate at which it dries.

     

    The fabric has added strength to allow the jersey to keep its shape and superlight, high-stretch, mesh panels to increase airflow and help core temperature control on hotter days. The badge featured on the sleeve celebrates Nissa La Bella, a song often heard in the confines of the Riviera Stadium but which is also the city's anthem sung in the local Occitan dialect.

     

    The reinforced pocket structure prevents any sagging when loaded up while three cargo pockets, cut with a convex design to reveal a contrasting red lining, and a zipped valuables pocket provide ample capacity for essentials. The jersey also features a full camlock zip with guard and a rear reflective element for added safety in low light conditions.

    • 40% merino | 54% polyester | 6% elastane
    • nissa la bella badge
    • lightweight merino blend
    • mesh panels 
    • moisture management 
    • three cargo pockets
    • zipped valuables pocket
    • reflective element
    • classic fit
    • made in Europe

    Merino has been proven to breathe, wick moisture and regulate body temperature more effectively than synthetics. Unlike some other wool, high-grade merino also has a fine micron count which makes it super soft and comfortable against the skin.

    We have carefully selected fabrics that combine the best of what both nature and science have to offer. Our merino jerseys offer the unparalleled comfort, fantastic thermoregulation and odour resistant properties of the natural wool enhanced with the additional strength, durability and rapid drying capability of proprietary synthetic fibres.

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