Jerseys/Tops (Long Sleeve)
Simple, Versatile Insulation - High wicking, thermal Roubaix fabric provides fantastic insulation - Athletic fit - Full front zipper with stormflap - Hidden zipped chest pocket - 3 open rear pockets plus zipped security pocket - Silicone hem gripper - Discreet reflective trim
Athletic Wind Protection - Windproof front and sleeve panels with DWR finish - Stretch, insulating Roubaix back and side panels - Athletic non-flap, women’s fit - Full front zipper with sprung puller - Triple open rear pockets with zipped security pocket - Reflective trims
Downhill durability, trail-friendly - Fast-wicking fabric - Durable panels on shoulder and sleeve impact zones - Loose, relaxed fit compatible with body armor - Silicone shoulder print for backpack strap grip - Mesh vents for ventilation - Side zipper security pocket
It can be hard to love Edmonton. Love can’t be forced, it just happens but it’s not always sweet romance. Sometimes it hurts. And it doesn’t seem to matter where you come from; you can be an original or a transplant, Edmonton just gets in your blood. Like a virus. When Brandon Webber came up with “Still In Edmonton” it resonated with all of us in a way that's hard to describe. It’s said ruefully but, at the same time, with a stubborn pride. Because of this somewhat ambivalent relationship we have with this city we also very much enjoy the gently pejorative nicknames that Edmonton has earned. E-Ville is said with a chuckle, and a shake of the head. Deadmonton is the original. Coined in the ‘70s when it was much truer than it is now, it just rolls off the tongue. We can never decide whether to laugh or cry when our town is referred to as “The City of Champions”. Edmonchuk, Redmonton, River City; its residents fond regard has earned Edmonton a wide variety of “special” names not the least of which is Dirt City. We’ve always wanted to celebrate our unbreakable (despite our best efforts) connection to Edmonton and, with Brandon’s very kind assistance, our limited edition Dirt City jerseys are, we believe, a great follow up to “Still In Edmonton”. Designed to keep you dry, the MTB Long-Sleeve jersey is made with Light Micro-Airdry®, a polyester stretch knit that increases airflow and wicks moisture. The honeycomb texture of the fabric pulls moisture away from the skin and distributes to the surface where it is rapidly evaporated. A UPF/SPF 30 protects from the sun’s harmful rays. Raglan sleeves Light Micro-Airdry - Louis Garneau long sleeve Mountain BIke jersey - Unisex
Whether you wear it as a midlayer or on its own, Endura's Roubaix Jacket helps you retain body heat. It's made of insulating roubaix fleece to keep you warm and dry. Features you'll appreciate include three pockets, reflective trim, and the athletic cut for a great on-bike fit.
Athletic Wind Protection - Windproof front and sleeve panels with DWR finish - Stretch, insulating Roubaix back and side panels - Athletic, non-flap fit - Full front zipper with sprung puller - Triple open rear pockets with zipped security pocket - Reflective trims
- Cotton touch melange wicking fabric - Standard fit - Full front zip - Large front hand pockets - Casual look, technical performance
- High-wicking thermal Roubaix fabric provides fantastic insulation - Athletic fit - Full front zipper with stormflap - 3 open rear pockets plus zipped security pocket - Discreet reflective trim - Silicone hem gripper
Stay protected on the trails while wearing your body armor (sold separately) underneath Endura's stylish and comfortable MT500 Burner II Long Sleeve Shirt. It moisture-transferring, breathable polyester is cut for a loose fit while stretch panels on the sleeves and shoulders offer excellent freedom of movement. You'll also enjoy mesh underarm panels for ventilation and a side zip pocket for quick storage.
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