The North Face Bracket Jackets

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The North Face understands cross-country riders. XC riders want a jacketThat is breathable, ventilated, reflective, and lightweight.The Bracket jacket is perfect for spring cycling.The water resistant material lets rain drip offThe shell.The Elbow stretch vents give you full range of motion so you can lean hard into yourTurns without being hindered. Now you can rideTo The rhythm of your music, by putting your MP3 player intoThe media pocket. Store your car keys, ID, nutritionals, etc in eit

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