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Fabric is a little thin.
Overall I love the style. I am a full-time wheelchair user and appreciate the properties of Marino wool. The three-quarter sleeves are excellent for keeping out of my wheels during my day-to-day activities and the wool is warm and keeps smells away. The fabric is very thin and I I have had issues with Pilling by coming in contact with Velcro. The l... Read Moreong back is great because I am always sitting and I can tuck it into the back of my pants. Sizing is a little weird because compared with other Patagonia shirts/sweatshirt. I am typically a large and this was a medium. The small hanging loop in the neck of the shirt is a nice touch. Price is a bit on the high side for what you get, I dont see this lasting more than one or two seasons due to the lightweight, thin material. I always push for inclusive designs, and this is one.
Long enough for tall people too
I'm 6'10" so clothes are hard to find. This is long enough that it doesn't gap when tucked. The material seems to both insulate and breathe well, and after ~30 miles I've not washed it yet. If you're tall, the sleeves are just past the elbow but I can make that work. Wish Patagonia would make tall sizes.
Warm, cool, breathable, disappearing act
When you don't notice a shirt while you ride, it's doing its job. Honestly, the magicians in Ventura have done it again. Perfect fit, breathes, fabric is not too thick but enough to provide some warm, or some cool action. Rad colors. Pro tip: if you sleep in this jersey, you'll be ready to wake and ride!
Light, Breathable, Retro
I love the 3/4-Sleeved Bike Jersey: great fit at medium for my 58, 160lb frame, and you cant go wrong with merino wool. My only complaint is it is too thin. I purchased this as a cool-day cycling jersey, but it is so thin its incapable of blocking wind or offering much insulation as a single layer. But its still a great shirt for cycling and other ... Read Moreactivities. Ive used it as a base layer and outer layer (cycling Jersey underneath) on cold day rides and on fall hikes in the Wasatch. Ive worn it once during a warmer day ride and it was perfect. Light, breathable and it looks retro, takes me back to my high-school days if the 1970s when we all wore 3/4 sleeve baseball shirts as a fashion statement. Great shirt!
Well designed 3/4 jersey
Great jersey for fall/spring riding or as a base layer in cooler temps. 3/4 length sleeves are well designed. Soft fabric is warm and breathable. It's not necessarily a piece I'd wear in mid summer. The longer back provides some mud protection. This is typical high-quality Patagonia wear.
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