Men’s Road Bike Jersey Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Graphic
Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Graphic Jersey Mens
Mens Road Bike Jersey Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Graphic. The only trouble with these times of the year is the somewhat unpredictable temperature range, and frosty chill that still casts its self in the shadows. This is why the Pearl Izumi Elite Pursuit Thermal Graphic Jersey is one of our favorite shoulder-season pieces, with its soft fleece lining that traps heat within, and no compromise made on the cut, with a sleek, aerodynamic fit that cuts through the wind and reduces drag. Pearl Izumi’s Elite Thermal Fleece Fabric has a knack for trapping heat in its fuzzy matrix of fibers, so your body heat circulates back to you to keep you warm, while moving moisture outward to keep you dry when you spin along.
Pearl Izumi P.r.o. Pursuit Long sleeve Wind Jersey Mens
Mens Road Bike Jersey Pearl Izumi PRO Pursuit Long Sleeve Wind. Not too long ago, if you were going riding in cool or drizzly conditions, it usually meant wearing a non-breathable plastic jacket that would pretty much instantly become a hot, humid mess leaving you almost as wet as if you left the jacket at home. Several companies have released jerseys with wind and water-resistant fabrics that prevent you from having to put on or take off layers as well as reducing bulk. The P.
Pearl Izumi Pro Short sleeve Jersey Mens
Mens Road Bike Jersey Pearl Izumi Pro Short Sleeve. It’s a premium jersey constructed of PRO Transfer In-R-Cool fabrics that wick moisture and evaporates quickly, keeping you cooler and drier. The material also comes with a 50+ UPF rating so you can rest assured that your covered skin is safer from the sun’s harmful rays. Additionally, Direct-Vent mesh side panels ventilate and help facilitate more airflow, preventing you from overheating on the climbs during those summer intervals.
Shimano Xtr Sm rt99 Centerlock Disc Rotor
Shimano XTR SM RT99 CenterLock Disc Rotor. Its IceTech technology utilizes an aluminum core sandwiched between stainless steel braking tracks, resulting in a lighter rotor that sheds heat faster than standard all-steel rotors. Additionally, the wavy alloy inserts on the inside of the braking track serve as cooling fans to channel heat away instead of into the brake caliper. All this attention to heat dissipation boils down to more consistent braking power and more confidence on the trails than you’d have with non-IceTech rotors.