Capo Serie A Long Sleeve Jersey


Contrary to common practice, dressing warmly means dressing wisely. If it's simply chilly out, there's no need to layer up in your base layer, long sleeve jersey, and winter jacket. Instead, with the Capo Serie A Long Sleeve Jersey, you can cut the list down to a third of that. Made for crisp days in the saddle, the Serie A jersey uses a precise cut and proprietary fabrics to provide you with the perfect temperature for your ride.Capo's Serie A long sleeve jersey falls under what it calls its Corsa Series. Designed to be the benchmark of winter cycling apparel, Corsa places an emphasis on compression, comfort, materials, and above all, warmth. So, towing this line, the Serie A jersey was constructed from Capo's own Winter Quattro fabric. Featuring a dual knit construction, this material strikes the ideal balance of insulation and breathability. The knit regulates the internal temperature of the jersey by releasing excess heat between the material and the skin. This system promotes warmth by keeping you dry. Don't believe us? Time for an experiment. Blow over the top of your hand. Now, wet your skin and blow again. Colder right? That's why Winter Quattro's composition favors a lightweight, breathable design over bulky, fleecy fabrics.Additionally, the fabric has been designed to be highly malleable in order to compliment the cycling-specific flexibility of the cut. Capo made the Serie A with a lengthened rear hem and a multiple panel construction. The idea is to compliment the body in motion, and by doing so, reducing any possibility of abrasion along the way. The jersey has also been given a full-length front zipper for on-the-fly heat dumps and ventilation.The Capo Serie A Long Sleeve Jersey is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black, Black/red, Black/royal, and White. Every jersey is also made in Italy.Please note that Capo suggests that the Serie A jersey performs best between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit.

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