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Pactimo Women’s Apex Jersey Review

November 18, 2016

Pactimo Women’s Apex Jersey Review

jerseys that feel as good as they look

by Helena Kotala / Singletracks.com

I tested out the new Women’s Apex kit recently, and was pretty impressed. The Apex Jersey is super lightweight and breathable. The back and sleeves are made of a mesh-like fabric that offers great air flow on hot days and wicks moisture really well, even while wearing a hydration pack. The front of the shirt is made of a soft, abrasion-resistant material that feels good against the skin. All around, it’s a really comfortable piece of clothing. Even on some really hot, humid days, this shirt did a nice job of keeping me as cool as possible.

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