500 Women's Long-Sleeved Cycling Base Layer - Pink

€ 13.00

Designed for female cyclists cycling on the road in cold weather.

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SKU: S145637 / 2354341 / 8397227
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Product benefits Designed for female cyclists cycling on the road in cold weather.
  1. Warmth
    Keeps you warm, fits like a second skin under a jacket in cold weather.
  2. Moisture management
    The fabric absorbs and wicks perspiration away from the skin.
  3. Freedom of movement
    Seamless and with high elastane content for good ease of movement.
  4. Comparison: Women's long-sleeved t-shirt - technical details
    Environmental impact
    Comparison: Women's long-sleeved t-shirt - technical details
Product feature
  1. Reduced chafing
    The seamless design is achieved by knitting the fibres in a tube, which avoids the need for side seams and ensures complete comfort!
  2. Moisture management
    This base layer has ventilated areas under the arms, on the chest and at the sides to improve wicking and dry more quickly. It therefore retains heat when worn against the skin as a base layer (underneath a long-sleeved jersey)
  3. A rating to compare products' environmental impact
    A product's environmental impact is calculated for its entire life cycle using various indicators. Products are then given an ABCDE rating to help you easily identify products having the best environmental performance (lowest impact) by comparing different products of the same type (T-shirts, bottoms, backpacks, etc.). Decathlon voluntarily chooses to display the environmental ratings of its products. Web: sustainability.decathlon.com Explanation video: https://youtu.be/8t63KkRwn_8
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Main fabric : 55.0% Polyester, Main fabric : 42.0% Polyamide, Main fabric : 3.0% Elasthane
  2. Product information
    This thermal base layer has a seamless, close-fitting cut that acts like a second skin and ensures good thermoregulation in cool or cold weather