Keep it simple.
The Capo Modena's signature racing-striped motif running down the left side of the jersey pays homage to Italy's traditional racing roots. In fact, Modena is named after the legendary Autodrome in Modena, Italy, where speed and tradition go hand-in-hand.
The Modena jersey uses Capo's Micro Quattro fabric. This is one of Capo's most versatile knits, with tiny teardrop vents throughout the material that resemble an extra-fine stretch mesh. This fabric wicks well, breathes well, and has some stretch to it. The fabric is also durable. In fact, it can take years of machine washing and drying and still look the same as it did when new. And because the material is not super stretchy, this jersey has a more relaxed, standard fit than your typical racing jersey — somewhat-close is more of the style cue taken here.
For on-the-fly heat dumps, Capo incorporated a hidden, full-length, and lockable zipper. Keep the lever in the upright position when you want the freedom to pull your jersey open with a single hand. And when you hit the descent, simply flip the lever down to lock it in position. With its raglan sleeve construction (rather than set-in sleeves), reaching for the handlebars feels natural and maximizes in-saddle comfort without stretching out the shoulders. And to top it all off, the Modena has three pockets in back and a silicone gel gripper at the waist to help keep things in place.
The Capo Modena Jersey is available five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black, Cyan, Red, and White.