A very thin, stretchy and breathable body really lends this jersey to warm days
What at first appeared to be a fairly bog standard riding shirt, on closer inspection actually turned out to be packed with features.
A thin yet tough film is strategically placed on the shoulders to prevent wear and tear from hydration packs, and along the forearms to add protection from light tumbles.
It isn’t a bad idea, as it protects the thin and vulnerable fabric, but it made the arms feel a little baggy at times, slightly spoiling what is, otherwise, a nicely fitted jersey.
A small, zipped key pocket is located at the hem and it is backed by a fleece eyewear wipe. There is mesh under the arms and perforations along the underarm too.
A very thin, stretchy, and breathable body really lends this jersey to those warm days in the saddle where you want the option of pulling the long sleeves down to prevent sunburn.
The open weave material kept the air flowing, so even worn like this it was always very cool.