Description

Minimizes tan lines.

Riding in the summer means staying protected not only from the heat but from the skin-scorching rays of the sun. The Mavic Sprint Relax Jersey combines cooling and heat protection for your summer rides.

Constructed from Wick Matrix fabric, the Sprint Relax Jersey's knit is designed to pull moisture away from your skin so that you'll be comfortable and not clammy during your ride. And if you're still a bit toasty, the full-length zipper provides additional ventilation.

If you've ever spent hours in the sun in a jersey and bibs, you have most likely noticed tan lines once you unrobe, because, well, it is possible to sunburn through fabric. To counter this, the Sprint jersey was given a Hot Ride UV Finish. This gives the Wick Matric fabric the minimum of a 30 UPF.

Adding to the small details that make this jersey so desirable are five back pockets. In addition to the traditional three open back pockets, a zippered pocket and an easy-to-reach open mesh pocket were added. So now you have a secure place to stash your ID and spare cash.

The Mavic Sprint Relax Full-Zip Short Sleeve Jersey comes in fives sizes from X-Small to X-Large. It is available in four colorways: White/black, Red/black, Black/white, and Black/fluo.

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Mavic Sprint Relax Fit Jersey/Bib

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Let me start by saying these were my first step in to the world of cycling apparel ( after 7 years on a road bike) and now that I've had both the Jersey and the Bibs for about 6 months I feel that they get the job done but they definitely leave a desire for more. When I initially got them and took them out for a ride (about 40 miles) I thought that they were great, they were breathable, comfortable, and the chamois was a nice new feature that saved me from the painful after ride waddling. But as I started buying new jerseys these definitely came across as lower end. The fabric on these compared to my favorite set, the Bontrager RXL's ( which i picked up on sale at my LBS for about $10 less than this set) is thick and of weird texture and the chamois seemed to lose it's padding after just a few hundred miles in the saddle.
Really I guess as a starting jersey this got the job done but for the same price point (the actual price not sale price) there are far better jerseys out there.