Jerseys/Tops (Long Sleeve)
What is a quality jersey? Specialized would like to think that it's the first jersey you want to grab when it's time to ride. It's the jersey that makes you bummed when it's dirty on a beautiful Saturday morning. What it shouldn't be, though, is something that sets you back a quarter month's rent. And with this in mind, Specialized created the Andorra Comp Long Sleeve Jersey. It's made from their high-end VaporRize fabric that's light, airy, breathable, and incredible at wicking sweat away from the body. And for the eco-conscious among us, it also has the added benefit of being made from environmentally friendly recycled coffee and carbon yarns. But more than just a feel good sentence to talk about over coffee (before you compost it), these features actually work to accelerate moisture management and odor neutralization. With the fabric dialed-in, they set about creating a fit that will work for riders over the entire mountain—not too loose, not too tight. You'll find the roominess to be just right, and there's still plenty of room for light pads or body armor. And to round things out, you'll find a zippered side pocket for small items and a comfortably casual crew neck collar. - One zippered side pocket holds your phone, keys, or whatever else you need to carry on the trail. - Deflect UV 30 protects your skin from harmful, ultraviolet rays. - Relaxed Mountain Bike Fit is the perfect blend of generous and tailored, providing a loose, comfortable fit over the trail. - Crew neck collar keeps things casual and comfortable. - VaporRize fabric is made from environmentally friendly recycled coffee and carbon yarns to accelerate moisture evaporation and to neutralize odors.
When you're riding the entire mountain, you need clothing that's well suited for the entire mountain. And when it comes to versatile materials, nothing compares to the natural benefits and comfort of Merino wool. For this reason, Specialized chose it as the launching pad for their incredible Enduro Drirelease Merino 3/4 Jersey. Now, this isn't your standard Merino jersey. Instead, you'll find that they used their Drirelease Merino with FreshGuard for the construction, as it takes the natural moisture wicking, antimicrobial characteristics of Merino and enhances them. This means that it will feel even lighter and softer against the skin, while also naturally insulating in cool weather, keeping you cool and dry in warm weather, and ensuring that the stink stays off of you at the same time. To cover the little things that make all the difference, they included a zippered side pocket to carry your small items when you're sneaking in a lunch ride, a comfortably casual crew neck that helps the jersey play nice with packs, and a relaxed fit to keep things flowing and natural while out on the trail.
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