Product DescriptionThe Pursuit Jersey is the top of Capo's Corsa series, meaning it features a slightly less streamlined cut, which provides a comfortable, club-inspired fit for long training days. It is constructed from a combination of battle-tested Capo fabrics, one being their versatile and highly elastic HydroDrop in the raglan shoulder panels, to enhance your comfort and freedom of movement while in the saddle. More interesting about the Pursuit, however, is Capo's use of SphereTX fabric in the back and main body panels. Sphere is a dual-layer hydrophobic polyester knit that absorbs moisture on the inside layer of the fabric, and an outer sphere that quickly and efficiently wicks it off the garment. Together, these layers create an exceptionally fast-drying and highly breathable jersey designed to perform beautifully in conjunction with Capo's Pursuit Wind Jacket or Vest. Worn by itself on the hottest afternoons, the Pursuit Jersey still holds its own as a highly technical Capo design that doesn't skimp on classically good looks. Like all of Capo's jerseys, the full-length zipper is lockable. In its flipped upright position, the jersey can be pulled apart with one hand. Simply flip the zipper down, and it locks. This makes opening yourself up for ventilation a safe, single-handed affair while riding. The locking zipper is a tiny detail that's almost laughable in its perceived insignificance, but once you discover how easy it is to use, you'll never want to ride without one. Three generous back pockets house plenty of room for tools, snacks, the Pursuit Wind Jacket, or any other essentials you might need for your ride. The Pursuit Jersey is available in either Black or White. You may choose from sizes Small through XX-Large.
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