SKU: 3315-005

Dakar Jersey

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The KLIM® Dakar Jersey is the perfect highly durable balanced-ventilation off-road jersey. Designed specifically for aggressive riders who demand high versatility and toughness from their off-road gear. Engineered to give riders the ability to remain comfortable in a wide range of conditions and temperatures.

IMPROVED FIT AND DESIGN:
  • BALANCED-VENTILATION HIGHLY-DURABLE AND VERSATILE JERSEY
  • ATHLETIC FIT
  • IMPROVED OVERALL FIT
  • IMPROVED CUFFS
  • IMPROVED COLLAR
  • IMPROVED FIT OVER ELBOW CUPS OR LOW PROFILE PADDING
  • MESH PIT VENT PANELS FOR MAXIMUM AIRFLOW TO HIGH-SWEAT AREAS
  • DROP TAIL WITH SILICONE PRINT TO HELP KEEP JERSEY TUCKED IN
  • RAGLAN DESIGN SLEEVE SEAMS FOR NON-RESTRICTIVE FULL RANGE OF MOTION FABRICS:
  • AGGRESSIVE MOISTURE-WICKING PROPERTIES
  • BODY-MAPPED FABRIC PLACEMENT
  • MAIN BODY: SOFT POLYESTER DIMPLE MESH
  • SLEEVES: HEAVY-DUTY DURABLE MESH
  • UNDER ARMS: SOFT OPEN-VENTED MESH PROTECTION:
  • 5MM OPEN-CELL BREATHABLE FOAM IN SHOULDERS BACKPACK/HYDRATION PACK/CHEST PROTECTOR COMPATIBLE
  • 5MM OPEN-CELL BREATHABLE FOAM IN ELBOWS


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    Awesome High Quality Jersey With Too Small Of Arm Holes

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    Riding in Fresno, CA forces me to deal with extremely hot summers with extremely cold winters. The Dakar Jersey is hands down my go-to jersey until the heat of summer causes me to switch to the Mojave Jersey & ITB pants. The material and stitching in this jersey is extremely high quality and holds up well riding through the forest. This jersey paired with the Dakar ITB pant is my favorite riding outfit in all seasons but 100+ degree summer. However, I do have one negative. The armholes in this jersey as well as the Mojave are WAY too small for a garment used in an activity where a rider is constantly reaching/leaning forward as well as standing up while off-road. An XL fit in the length of the jersey, chest, arms, etc., but I had to exchange it for an XXL so the armhole seams would give me enough room to move without rubbing badly in my armpits. It is as if the person used for the master fitting was extremely thin and did not work out or something (non-athletic/thicker build).