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Pearl Izumi Attack Men's Long Sleeve Jersey $0.00
Crisp weather comfort.
Regardless of whether it's your first ride after a long winter layoff, or the last jaunt in the warmth before the season's first snow storm, the Pearl Izumi Attack Long Sleeve Jersey works great on its own or as a layer. At the end of the day, its semi-fitted cut allows Izumi's Select Transfer fabric to work its magic and keep you warm.
Capable of providing warmth without getting hot and stifling, the Attack jersey has earned a reputation that has set the standard for moisture management fabrics. In fact, you'll find that the Attack's Select Transfer material is used as the foundation for moisture management in far more expensive Pearl Izumi products. Not only is the Attack's fabric wicking and highly breathable, but it's also features an antimicrobial treatment that prevent odors.
For added temperature control, a full-length zipper allows you to dump heat when necessary. Three back pockets give you places to stuff your whole repair kit, wallet, gel packs and CO2 cartridges. And an elasticized gripper on the back keeps the jersey in place. To assist in making you more visible to motorists in low-light conditions, Pearl Izumi also placed reflective elements throughout the jersey.
The Pearl Izumi Attack Long Sleeve Jersey is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/black, Green Flash/black, Safety Orange/black, True Blue/black, True Red/black, and White/black.
Reviews & Community
well made but little wind stoppage
Very good quality with some nice features.
Fits extremely well. I'm 5'10" 170 and the large size fits just right, snug but not too tight.
I am surprised that they did not include a piece of fabric over the top of the zipper. Since this is for cooler weather, I think a lot of guys are going to have it fully zipped oftentimes. The zipper pokes you in the neck.
My main problem though, is that it offers almost no wind block. I was riding here in Colorado in upper 50s, completely sunny, windless and i was going maybe 12-15 (?) Mph and it was uncomfortably cool. I ride year round so I can handle cold temps, just gotta have the right clothing. This jersey is for a very limited range of temps.
Very well made and this was on sale?
At first glance, I wondered how I got this on sale and even then...how was this jersey only $75 at regular price. Baffles me because it seems to be a very high quality jersey. Maybe I need to get out more! Got them for $45 and after wearing this puppy, I stole it for that price!