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Stay cool with the DeSoto Men's Skin Cooler Bike Jersey when the scorching hot sun is beating down on you. This jersey has three pockets for storage.
zipper does not lay flat and material slightly irritating
Fit: Feels true to size
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I wore this on the HHH in Wichita Falls, 103 degrees and 30 mph winds. I only noticed the cooling effects when the jersey was very wet so I carried one bottle just to squirt on my head and torso. Sizing is good, but unless you are built like a perfect "v", order one size larger. Very snug fit, but this is what you want for this type of jersey. I have large deltoids so it felt a little tight in the arm pits. Pockets could be a little deeper. Material is not as soft or smooth as traditional poly so tight fit may feel a bit "scratchy" at first. Quality material, construction and zipper. A- overall.
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The founders of DeSoto are Emilio De Soto and Dan Neyenhuis. Emilio De Soto is a triathlete who is racing in his 27th consecutive season of triathlon competition. He is also fully immersed in his athletic lifestyle as a fitness trainer and coach. Dan Neyenhuis is an age-grouper triathlete who has been helicopter skiing for 20 years. Together, they created a company that designs cutting edge triathlon gear for triathletes, by triathletes.
DeSoto gear is designed to enhance performance in each leg of the race. The founders created the first mesh running cap, zippered tri tops, pocketed tri shorts, transition packs, tri suits, and tri shorts with discreet pads for cycling.
One of their other achievements was creating the DeSoto T1 triathlon wetsuit that is two pieces instead of one. The DeSoto T1 triathlon wetsuit was designed to make a better fit for triathletes, and each year, more DeSoto tri tops and DeSoto tri shorts are being added to the line. DeSoto is still the only company in the world that makes a two-piece triathlon wetsuit.