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Dry and warm unite.

When the sun begins setting earlier, and the leaves start taking on new colors, you know that fall riding is officially underway. Along with the seasonal change, your cycling clothing also makes a transition to more layers and warmer fabrics. Louis Garneau made its new Edge 2 Women's Long Sleeve Jersey for these late season rides, blending warmth and comfort into a long sleeve jersey design.

For the construction of the Edge 2, Garneau employed its Airdry Elite 2 fabric. This material features a brushed-back knit that works to both retain body heat and to wick moisture away from the skin. The fabric gives your core a light layer of insulation in order to keep you warm and dry during all of those late-season rides. Garneau also designed this long sleeve jersey with its "Pro Fit Women" fit, meaning that it's not too constricting, yet it smoothly follows your motions while in the saddle.

The Edge 2 was given a 9-inch zipper on the front to further regulate your body temperature, and three angled back pockets were also added to store all of your riding essentials. To keep the jersey securely in place while riding, Garneau added an elastic treatment at the hem. The jersey was finished off with a light tab and reflective piping throughout, ensuring that you stay visible to motorists in low-light conditions.

The Louis Garneau Edge 2 Women's Long Sleeve Jersey is available in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black, Flash Blue, and Pure Purple.

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I don't see any kind of sizing chart and...

I don't see any kind of sizing chart and I know cycling wear typically runs very small. Is there a sizing chart?

Check the top left of the page underneath the size selection. There is a blue icon that says "size." Click on that and it should pop up in a separate window for you.