Le Col Pro Aqua Zero Jersey Review

Paul Norman Tuesday, April 6, 2021 - 10:15 Quality features, but the airflow makes the Le Col jersey cooler than a Gabba-style top 3.5 / 5 £145 The Le Col Pro Aqua Zero jersey is designed for in-betweeny weather, when you don’t want a winter jacket but a summer jersey is a bit too airy, even when paired with a decent base layer and armwarmers. It’s got a fleeced inner face to the fabric for extra warmth and the fit is close and stretchy, so it’s comfortable without being restrictive. Better yet, it’s coated with an Aqua Zero DWR face treatment, that helps keep showers from wetting through, although it’s not enough to handle a downpour. Image 2 of 7 Image 2 of 7 It’s nicely made, with flatlocked seams and a high, double layer collar. Along with the stretchy waistband and the simple gathered cuffs, that’s enough to keep ...

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