Sugoi RS Zero Jersey

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Sugoi's RS Zero Long Sleeve Biking Jersey is an elite winter stretch, thermal performance jersey. It has pro level detailing, and a pro fit. Midzero fabric makes this a great next to skin piece. Wear it alone in cool weather, or layer it with a jacket for the coldest of winter days. S2 Insulation: Offers versatile mid weight thermal protection for either single layer use in a wide variety of transitional conditions or layering in colder and more severe weather. The fabrics used in S2 garments are most often lightly fleeced on the inside to trap air and create light insulating layer. Full mobility and stretch along with convertible ventilation and high performance are paramount for comfort during aerobic activities. Warm Wick: Wicks perspiration from skin to outer surface, Spreads moisture from fiber to fiber with capillary action, Dries quickly through evaporation, Creates a cool, dry comfort for high exertion activitiesBreathable: Reduces overheating by allowing perspiration to escape, Dries quickly, Durable and lightweightFull separating zip with guard3 elastic back pocket to tote your things around with youSignature gripper elastic along back to keep jersey from slippingTraditional collar3M scotchlite reflective accents for added visibilityMidZero 88%polyester, 12% spandex: Offers full-motion stretch without bulk. It's a perfect midweight layer suitable for a wide range of temperatures. The soft, brushed, inner side expedites moisture wicking and increase air flow, trapping body warmth next to skin.

- Campmor

Sugoi RS Zero Jersey


The Sugoi RS Zero Jersey is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 24, 2012 at Campmor.

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