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Capo designed the long-sleeved Cipressa much like its short-sleeved summer counterpart, but with a few season-oriented changes to better suit cold weather riding. Sewn into a comfortable race fit, the Long-Sleeved Women's Cipressa Jersey has all the features you'll want while climbing up steep canyons during the winter months.

The jersey is made with a combination of Super Roubaix Carbon and Sky Microfiber. Super Roubaix Carbon has a soft, brushed inner layer that retains heat well. Because of its thermal properties , it's used in areas that are prone to chill while riding – your arms and chest. Super Roubaix Carbon is distinguishable on the jersey because of the small zigzag pattern the carbon weave has. Though the carbon thread adds a touch of style to the jersey, its main purpose is to pull moisture away from the body. Weather benefits aside, Super Roubaix Carbon has a four-way-stretch that won't inhibit your movements in the saddle. The lighter weight Sky Microfiber lines the back and underarms of the jersey. This dual-knit material adds better breathability and moisture transfer to these areas that are prone to heat build-up and perspiration. Since you still need a way to ventilate while pushing up hors categorie climbs, the jersey comes with a full-length cam-lock zipper.

The Cipressa works best on its own in temperatures ranging from 40-50 degrees, and acts as a great thermal baselayer under a jacket when the temperature drops. It comes with two sizeable rear pockets that hold an extra layer, nutrition, and spare tube.

The Capo Women's Cipressa Long-Sleeve Jersey comes in Black/black and White/black. It is available in four sizes, X-Small through Large.

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Most of my cycling kit is either Capo, Castelli, Pissei, or Campagnolo (gotta love the Italians) but Capo is my favorite. This jersey is indicative of their line: very stylish, high tech fabrics, with thoughtful design. The anatomically cut panels follow your form yet allow for freedom of movement while having the added benefit of looking sharp. I tend to need a wind vest if wearing this in the 40-5F range if I'm not doing a lot of climbing but I also run cold normally. Wicks away moisture and dries quickly if you've had a good workout or get caught in some rain. The full length zipper stays locked in place allowing you to ventilate without flashing everyone which is always a plus ;) and moves smoothly enough to allow for one handed adjusting up or down. Would prefer it if there were more reflective elements for low visibility safety and a zipper pocket for keys/cellphone or whatever you don't want to pop out when grabbing for other items which why it gets only 4 instead of 5 stars. I've had mine for over a season and it still looks almost new after quite a few rides so durability almost makes me want to bump it up to 5. In terms of fit, Capo is race fit but not as snug as Campagnolo so go a size up if you want more of a club fit. I'm 5'4", 34" bust, 28" waist, 130 lbs and wear size small in Capo.