Lightweight fabric with just the right balance of breathability and protection from the elements. Roomy back pocket has a looped zipper that’s easy to open and close.
Size is specific to the Santic brand, so review size chart before ordering.
Comfortable and cool, with side mesh panels. Longer cut is a plus for tall riders. Plenty of room for snacks thanks to three rear pockets. Very tough fabric, with sturdy seams that hold up to daily rides.
Sizing around the waist tends to be loose.
A great choice of colorful patterns. Shaped to fit at the shoulders, waist and hips. Three zippered pockets in the back are adequate for holding keys and snacks.
Pocket is difficult to zip and unzip.
Lightweight and cool thanks to a roomy club cut and breathable fabric. Sleeves fall to a more casual, less race-specific length.
Open-pocket back flap style is a turnoff for some.
A slim-fitting jersey for BMX and off-road cycling that looks stylish. Mesh back panel provides maximum cooling. Fits below the hip for a comfortable fit during energetic rides. Two zippered back pockets for keys and other items.
Size runs a bit small, and some find it too tight at the waist.
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Cycling is getting more popular as Americans opt for environmentally-friendly commutes. A cycling jersey can make the ride much more comfortable and safe – the material wicks away sweat, and brightly colored jerseys help make cyclists easier to see. Women’s cycling jerseys have two common fits: the form-fitting European style and the slightly looser American club style. For summer rides, consider short-sleeved jerseys with a full zip for faster cooling; during the spring and fall shoulder seasons, a long-sleeved jersey with a half or full zip helps regulate temperature in changing conditions. Pockets are another key point. Road cycling jerseys will have at least one pocket in the back to store gels, snacks and keys, while mountain biking jerseys have zippered pockets at the front and sleeves to secure items on bumpy rides and in case of falls.