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Fox Racing
Ranger Dri-Release Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $24.98 Original price: $49.95
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Color:Crys Black

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Why We Like The Ranger Dri-Release Short-Sleeve Jersey

Whether you consider yourself to be an enduro beast, or a trail aficionado, or someone out for the casual weekend ride, Fox Racing's Ranger Dri-Release Short-Sleeve Jersey is up for taking to the dirt. It has a soft feel and relaxed fit, which might give you the impression that it's just a normal tee, but as soon as you get sweating you'll be happy to see that the Dri-Release technology kicks things up a notch above cotton, actively wicking away perspiration and drying in a fraction of the time.


Details

  • A technical trail tee delivers breathability as the ride heats up
  • Technical fabric blend wicks moisture to maintain freshness
  • Drirelease technology neutralizes funks and odors between washes
  • Fox Racing logo reps your favorite brand
  • Item #FXRZ2RU
Material
85% polyester, 15% cotton drirelease
Fit
relaxed
Season
3-season
Recommended Use
enduro, trail

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2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

October 2, 2023

Not for Riding

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought this shirt to ride in Bentonville and took one crash and this shirt tore to shreds. The 10% cotton also holds moisture so it's not very moisture wicking. It's a nice shirt for walking around, but does not compare to a true MTB jersey for riding.

Taylor G
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com