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Endura FS260 Pro SL Jersey

Endura FS260 Pro SL Jersey

  • Endura FS260 Pro SL Jersey
  • Our lightest weight cycling jersey ever
  • Super cool for summer riding

Online Availability: In stock

Our Price £39.99 RRP £64.99
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Endura FS260 Pro SL Jersey

Probably the lightest weight cycling jersey we've ever had the pleasure to offer, Endura describe this supercool jersey as 'one less excuse for heat exhaustion climbing Alpe d'Huez'.

What's more, there's something just right about the Endura FS260 Pro SL Jersey's reversed colourway: black with bold white stripes on the front and sides, and white with black stripes on the back.

  • Extra fine, super light fabrics (90% polyester / 10% Lycra) optimised to keep you cool and dry.
  • Adding Lycra to the high wicking polyester fabric makes for a smoother feel and a better fit with enhanced stretch and recovery performance.
  • Ergonomic athletic-cut race fit.
  • Lightweight underarm mesh for increased ventilation.
  • Smooth, aerodynamic Lycra sleeves with near invisible raw-edge grippers.
  • UPF 25 back panels.
  • Even the FS260 Pro SL Jersey's regulation three open rear pockets are lighter weight.
  • Silicone hem gripper.
  • The ¾ length concealed front zip makes it easier to control the cooling.
  • Astonishingly light weight: 99g - based upon weighing one Endura FS260 Pro SL Jersey in large at Bike Co-op HQ in March 2015.
  • Be aware that cycling equipment specifications can change without notice so please regard our published weights as an honest but approximate guide.

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