Louis Garneau Corsa Jersey

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MSRP : $199.95

Product Description

Slip into the Louis Garneau Corsa Jersey and watch upgrade points start piling up. Designed in the wind tunnel and built to race, the Corsa Jersey sets the standard for aerodynamics and performance. Speed Tech shoulder panels reduce frontal pressure and cut wind at the most strategic location on rider's body through a dimpled, textured fabric surface\227making the Corsa fast, even when it's hanging in your closet.

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