Keeping you warm when summer's sun has gone.
Perhaps the best feeling for cyclists is when the oppressive summer heat dissipates, leaving us with cool afternoons, chilly evenings, and frosty morning dew. That being said, we have to do a bit of a wardrobe swap when the temperatures transition, donning leg warmers, and thermal jerseys when we step out for our morning ride. When you need extra warmth to cut through frozen raindrops, don the Nalini Nunki Road Jersey for women. With long sleeves to keep your arms covered, and a soft microfleece lining, you'll be feeling insulated and ready to go in no time.
Nalini's Cold Moa Warm fabric offers incredible warmth, trapping heat underneath its microfleece fibers, and wicking away perspiration to keep you dry, even when the temperature plummets. Elastic fibers grant just the right amount of stretch for maximum comfort while you're moving. The Nunki sees an additional treatment of Mantodry, Nalini's own DWR treatment, cutting through mild precipitation to keep you dry in light showers, which sets it apart from the warm, but not water resistant Kaus road jersey.
The Nunki is cut in Nalini's regular fit, offering a little more room for base layers than their more common race fit, but still designed for performance. It's topped off with a high collar that extends the weather protection to the neck, a no-slip cuff that holds your hem in place in the back, and one large zippered rear pocket for stashing your riding essentials.
- A warm jersey with weather protection
- Soft microfleece lining traps heat within
- Moisture wicking to offer climate control
- Mantodry DWR shields from light showers
- Regular fit allows room for layering when temps drop
- High collar extends protection from elements
- Anti-slip silicone gripper secures hem in place
- Zippered rear pocket securely stashes essentials
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I like this brand of jersey, In Primal I wear medium but must wear large in this and I am pretty small. This jersey only has one pocket and had I known - or done more research - I would not have bought as I carry to much stuff for one zippered pocket. PIA .