Why We Like The Sprint Jersey
Troy Lee Designs sets themselves apart by creating functional gear that straddles the line between gravity disciplines and everyday trail riding. The Men's Spring Jersey by Troy Lee Designs holds true to this ideal, accommodating everyone from competitive downhill racers to adventurous riders hitting local trails on the weekend. It achieves this balance by serving up race-inspired graphics that look the part of downhill racer, yet its tailored fit never alienates the all-mountain crowd seeking a bit less bagginess than you'd normally find on a downhill jersey.
Regardless of your riding discipline, you'll be impressed by the jersey's soft polyester fabric combined with strategic vents for an utterly cool, dry feel. This is especially true if you're earning turns for the ripping descent that follows. We like that targeted stretch panels enable full range of motion, which is important considering it's a bit more tailored in fit. And because you'll be enjoying the descents more than the climbs, the dropped tail is a great asset when you're attacking downhills by preventing the rear from riding up.
- Soft and breathable jersey for gravity riders everywhere
- Targeted ventilation and stretch panels increase freedom of movement
- 4-way stretch rear mesh collar offers flexibility
- Race-inspired fit with drop tail rear offers comfortable riding
- Light and airy for a quick-drying feel
- Item #TLDY0I4
- 100% polyester
- spring, summer, fall
- Recommended Use
- downhill, enduro, trail
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
5 based on 1 ratings
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August 29, 2022
- I've used it several times
Nice lightweight jersey. Lots of ventilation. I bought the blue one and the green one. Be advised the green one and red one with two stripes across the chest are very different jerseys than the other colors. The blue one has much more ventilation than the green one. Not bad but a warmer jersey.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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