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Dirt Craft Long Sleeve Jersey - Men's

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $48.30 Original price: $69.00
30% off
Color:Anacapa Blue


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Why We Like The Dirt Craft Long Sleeve Jersey

Sure, we used to love riding in our jorts and t-shirt combo, but that was before we found Patagonia's Dirt Craft Long Sleeve Jersey. It's a performance-based jersey designed to take us further on our ride, and it pairs well with any mountain bike bottoms.


  • Long-sleeved mountain bike jersey for riding harder and faster
  • Body-cooling breathability works off the heat from our climb
  • Fair Trade Certified sewn and made with recycled materials
  • Soft and comfortable to the touch for an easy ride
  • Item #PATZ9VP
68% recycled polyester, 32% polyester
spring, fall
mountain biking
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1 out of 5 stars

March 1, 2024

Beware of odor retention of this fabric

I've used it several times

The fit and feel of this shirt is great. However, I've had to bin the shirt as I simply cannot keep odors out of the fabric. I have multiple other synthetics, and none present the issue anywhere near the level of this shirt. So I can only conclude it's something with the specific fabric of this shirt. Even the best detergents, vinegar, etc doesn't not eliminate odors, which return towards the end of next wear.

Morten J

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com