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To celebrate our favorite color turning 30, we dug into our catalog archive for some historical inspiration.Because cycling jerseys from the early '90s were rather simple designs, the catalog cover from our Fall 1987 stood out. Its geometric graphic elements combined with fluorescent colors create a super fun and highly visible jersey.
A sporty update to the classic sleeveless women’s cycling jersey, this top is perfect for those hottest summer days when the less gear, the better. We’ve improved the fit with darting across the front and updated the collar for a flattering feminine look. Its soft, moisture wicking fabric is made with yarns created from recycled plastic water bottles.
100% Recycled polyester Made in China
Reflectivity: Low-light visibility
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