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Essential DH Long-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Carbon Black


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Light yet strong.

POC's Essential DH Long-Sleeve Jersey isn't just any old swatch of fabric—it's designed specifically to handle gravity-level trail abuse. Made from lightweight and breathable fabric, this jersey features reinforcement across the shoulders and arms to boost protection and durability through the inevitable scrapes, dabs, and yard sales. Whether you're fully armored up or heading out for a minimal padding day, a relaxed fit allows full range of motion so you can comfortably focus on the terrain ahead.


  • A lightweight jersey with gravity-worthy reinforcement
  • Breathable fabric wicks moisture quickly away
  • Reinforcement across the shoulders and arms increases durability
  • Smooth surface won't catch on body armor straps
  • Relaxed fit and raglan sleeve cut allow full freedom of movement
  • Item #POC009S
98% polyester, 2% elastane
Recommended Use
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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2 out of 5 stars

September 19, 2020

Might as well go to Big 5

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
6' 2"

This is basically an $80 Big 5 athletic shirt. Nothing special about it. Not especially comfortable. No integrated goggle wipe. No high end Polartech materials like Fox. Sizing is very large. XL was too big for me and neck line was massive. I am always an XL. After inspection, I refuse to believe this is any more durable than run of the mill athletic apparel. I've noticed POC items are extremely overpriced, and that is in a sea of overpriced MTB apparel. This should be a budget jersey. Considering my experience with this jersey and the Tectal helmet, it is obvious that the amount of design and forethought that goes into POC's offerings is very minimal. I recommend looking at the Troy Lee Sprint or Sprint Ultra for a very hardy Downhill Jersey. The Raceface Ruxton is extremely comfortable, but perhaps a bit less durable than the Troy Lee Sprint line. Check out Fox Defend for cutting edge material. I get it, people like the simplicity of POC. But you can have a simplistic appearance while still keeping up with other companies technologically.

Matt H