Oakley Endurance Jersey

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The Endurance jersey is a comfortable jerseyThat will help keep you cool and dry, its soft polyester wicks away moisture and dries fast, and its structured mesh fabric improves ventilation. 100% polyester Quick-drying material with moisture wicking and UV protection Mesh structured fabric for ventilation Two back pockets Elastic gripper waist Corded zipper pull Flatlock stitching and raglan sleeves for comfort and freedom of movement Screen print accent on front and ba

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