Endura's Cairn Short Sleeve Jersey offers fast wicking Dry-Flite fabric to keep you cool on the bike. The flatlock seams and 3/4 length front zipper give you an attractive, casual look, not to mention a super-comfortable fit. And, its triple rear pockets provide easy access to snacks or tools.
When it comes to timeless, adaptable trail style, nothing beats a crew neck tee. And with our drirelease Tech Tee, we took this well-known truth to the cycling world. Aside from a classic, laid-back style, this shirt boasts a construction that marries the aforementioned with an undeniable level of performance. We made it from our patented drirelease Cotton w/FreshGuard material that naturally manages moisture and odor buildup. It also has an extremely soft hand against the skin, so you'll always be cool and comfortable, both during your ride and after. For the creature comforts, this shirt includes a crew collar that blends with any outfit, and a relaxed fit that looks and feels just as at home on the bike as it does at the cafe. - Crew neck collar keeps things comfortable and casual, so the shirt is equally at home on the trail as it is at the pub afterward. - Fabric Content: 85% Polyester, 15% Cotton - Relaxed Fit is generous, comfortable, and leaves plenty of room for elbow pads and light armor. - drirelease polyester fabric naturally wicks away moisture to keep you dry.
When it's too cold for a t-shirt, but too warm for a hoodie, grab your Legacy Lightweight Hoodie post-ride, for a stylish, comfortable bit of warmth. - Fabric Content: 93% Polyester, 7% Spandex - Lightweight technical Pull-Over Hoodie - Regular Fit is Relaxed and Comfortable - Subtle jacquard pattern knitted fabric
Perfect for both riding or hanging out afterward, Endura's Women's V Sport T-Shirt offers lightweight, rapid-wick fabric to keep you comfortable on the bike or patio. A three-compartment rear pocket with zip security is perfect for cash and keys, or in-ride nutrition. And, the contrast back mesh panel helps manage moisture so you stay dry in any conditions.
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