A top to fit your backroad ambitions, this jersey pairs equally well with cargo shorts or slim baggies
Searching for a top that fits your backroad ambitions? Look no further than the new Expedition Jersey. This jersey is designed to comfortably carry a day’s worth of necessities in three bellowed rear pockets and two side pockets. The lightweight Transfer fabric wicks moisture quickly and BioViz® reflective elements improve low-light visibility. Pair it with our Expedition Bibs or Expedition Shorts for a kit that can truly go the distance.
- Pedal to Zero™: Going by bike 16mi / 25km offsets the climate impact of this garment
- Three bellowed rear pockets and two side stash pockets hold essentials
- Full-length zipper
- Medium length sleeves
- BioViz® reflective elements improve low-light visibility
- Form fit
- Shipped rolled to reduce plastic packaging, wash to remove wrinkling
65% recycled polyester, 28% polyester, 7% spandex Made in China
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