Spokesman Attack Jersey Navy - Large -
Spokesman Attack Jersey
The Attack jersey, as the name suggests was designed to be lighter and faster. It is made from a high performance stretch fabric which is very quick drying, the sleeves are raw edge with a silicone band for lightness, the back panel is made from a lightweight mesh fabric which is extremely breathable. The back pockets feature the numbers 1947; the year of the legendary longest solo attack in the Tour de France mounted by Albert Bourlon. The Frenchman rode solo for around 157 miles (253km) to win the 14th stage from Carcassonne to Luchon.
They're well made and I like the design, the lovely cuffs and the overall cut...
Jez Ash - road.cc
- Low cut collar and raw edge cuffs for weight
- Full-length YKK zip
- 2 durable rear pockets with zipped valuables pocket
- Permanent wicking treatment
- Mesh side-panels and cuff ends for additional breathability
- Permanent anti-microbial and anti-bacterial treatment (silver ion technology) to prevent build-up of bacteria
- SPF (Sun protection factor) AS/NZS 4399:1996 | 50+
Using breakthrough technologies, the Spokesman clothing range is designed to be at the cutting edge. These are garments that look appealing and stylish as well as being high performance and practical. The cornerstones of the British-designed Spokesman range are technical innovations and rugged quality. They have successfully partnered with the world’s leading fabric companies to deliver game changing technologies with their own unique design features. At Spokesman, the performance of the rider is key and they strive to advance that performance by ensuring that the rider is sat comfortably, kept warm (or cool) and protected from the elements, whether that be pouring rain or scorching sunshine. Spokesman also take safety very seriously, which is why all jackets, shorts and tights come with a reflective element - to ensure maximum visibility in any condition, day or night.
Spokesman = Technical fabrics, quality manufacturing and stylish British designs.