100% R-Corex DH JerseyAt the Apex of Downhill
PerformanceRise to the occasion with 100%'s R-Core X Long Sleeved Downhill Jersey. It features a breathable mesh neck line that increases airflow and adds comfort, and a relaxed fit that provides the ...
Alpinestars Drop Pro Short Sleeve JerseyMade of an
advanced poly-fabric, the Drop Pro Short Sleeve Jersey features welded wrist hems for optimal durability. Stretch mesh inserts are found on the rear to improve fit and ventilation. Side pockets allow you ...
Dakine Thrillium Short Sleeve Jersey unmatched style and
looks The new Thrillium bike Jersey surpasses the average offerings of a run-of-the-mill jersey with standout, fully-sublimated graphic prints. This downhill jersey is constructed of lightweight, quick drying polyester featuring raglan sleeves ...
One look at our extensive collection of men’s cycling jerseys, and it’s easy to see there is no single perfect garment for everyone. There are as many different types of jerseys as there are different types of riders. Race fit, club fit, loose fit. Short-sleeve, long-sleeve, three-quarter sleeve. Road style or mountain bike style. High-visibility neon or understated color schemes.
Lucky for you, we carry all these options at Jenson USA. All you have to do now is narrow down your choices and pick the perfect one for the way you ride. It’s best to start by choosing a riding discipline. If it’s road, you’ll want something form fitting that won’t flap in the wind and slow you down. Rear pockets are also an important consideration for road riding, as that’s where you’ll carry a phone, food and other riding essentials. Most road jerseys offer one, two or three rear pockets.
Mountain bike jerseys are typically looser fitting. Many are made to pair with baggy shorts. Also think about whether you ride with a hydration pack, which may negate the need for rear pockets. Or you might want to look for zippered pockets to secure keys or other valuable items while bombing down a trail.
There are also jerseys that walk the line between road and off-road, as well as casual options that work well for commuting and urban shredding and won’t look too out of place while kicking back at a corner café. Whatever style you decide on, take a close look at the jersey material. You want something that dries quickly, breathes well and feels good on your skin. Lighter weight technical materials are commonly used because they meet all of those demands. Another option is Merino wool, which provides great moisture-wicking but has a soft, natural feel.
We carry every style of men’s cycling jersey for every season. Our collection includes top brands like Castelli, Fox Apparel, Giro, Mavic, Pearl Izumi, Dakine and many others. If you have any questions about fit or technical details on jerseys, contact one our Gear Advisors today at 888-880-3811. They’ll help steer you in the right direction.