De Marchi Countour EVO Jersey - Mens - Road Bike Shop
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De Marchi Countour EVO Jersey - Men's
Retail Price: $239.95buy now
Our Price: $95.98
Our Price: $95.98
As with all products by De Marchi, the magic lies within its attention to fabric, fit, and finishing details. When those seemingly-simple attributes take precedence above all else in apparel design, the rest magically falls into place. We think that it's a solid foundation to build from, as the Italian titan continues to deliver some of the sharpest-looking and best performing cycling apparel on the market today. Besides that, the 'made in Italy from Italian materials' means that you're getting nothing but the best when you choose the De Marchi label. The latest iteration of the top-end EVO Jersey is no different, as De Marchi brings forth its EVO-defining characteristics with a newly refined fit. Starting out with the construction of the EVO Jersey, De Marchi chose to use two specific fabrics and mesh materials for its makeup. For the jersey's front panel, Dry3 Titanium fabric was used for its excellent moisture management properties. In addition to being a highly-stretchable fabric, Dry3 Titanium works for you by pulling moisture away from your skin to the outer-layer where, according to De Marchi, it then evaporates three times faster than conventional polyester fibers. We're inclined to believe De Marchi, as its fabrics have continually proven to be some of quickest-drying that we've experienced. This particular version of its Dry3 also incorporates a Titanium dioxide treatment for effective action against odor. Moving to the jersey's sleeves and side panels, De Marchi added its Dry3 Pro material for its smooth and flexible feel. This fabric, combined with underarm mesh vents, is also very lightweight and breathable, making it the perfect choice for these areas where body heat and perspiration tend to collect in high concentrations. This leads us to the back of the EVO jersey, where De Marchi focused further on breathability by adding a central panel of Dry3D Mesh. Stretching from the top of the center rear pocket and fanning outward to the backs of the sh...