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your new favorite short ride jersey

Toss on the Pearl Izumi Men's Launch Short-Sleeve Jersey, grab your bike off of its rack, and hit the road for a quick ride before work.

  • Transfer fabric feels buttery-soft against your skin, wicks moisture, and dries quickly so you stay comfortable in the saddle
  • Fourteen-inch front zip ditches excess heat on the climb
  • Semi-form fit, asymmetric lines, and graphics provide a solid athletic fit and look
  • UPF 50-rated fabric shields your skin from the sun's harmful UV rays
  • Two back compartments keep your essentials handy

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4 5

Pearl Izumi Fit

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Reviews help me find a good fit and I thought my two cents might help someone else. I am 5'10, 205lbs with wide shoulders and a long torso. The XL fit great.

4 5

Comfy and looks good

I'm generally wary of buying Peal Izumi items online. I presume they are tailored on the small side. But I took a chance when this came up on Chainlove as I loved the looks and the price was right. I normally wear an XL T-shirt and the XL Launch jersey fits me perfectly. A touch on the loose fitting side rather than the expected snug fit. Very comfortable and I love the asymmetrical design. If they come out with this in some additional colors (this would look great in red!), I'll buy some more.

The only minor negative is that this jersey omits the middle of the 3 rear pockets. The other two are not larger. Rather, there is just an empty space where the middle pocket would normally be. Only a problem if you tend to stuff your jersey pockets full.