Louis Garneau Course Superleggera 2 Cycling Jersey - 2015 (Black/White)

Louis Garneau Course Superleggera 2 Cycling Jersey - 2015 (Black/White)
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Whether you're climbing or the weather is just blisteringly hot, some days call for the coolest, lightest gear you can find. The Louis Garneau Course Supperleggera 2 jersey is made almost entirely of Kite Mesh, without more opaque fabric on the upper back, shoulders, and chest to protect against sun exposure, and weighs in at a svelt 99g (size medium), making it one of the lightest piece of cycling kit out there. CB Mondo technology gives it an uparalleled ability to stretch while retaining shape for improved aerodynamics. UPF 50+ treatment keeps you from getting a sunburn, even through all that feathery mesh.

This product was added to our catalog on February 18, 2019

Measurement Guide:

  1. Chest- Take measurement of the circumference around the fullest part of the chest while arms are relaxed at sides
  2. Waist- Measure the circumference of the waist at the natural crease of the waist while keeping tape measure a bit loose (finding natural waist crease can be easily found by bending over to one side)
  3. Hips- Standing with feet together, measure the circumference around the fullest part of the hips at the top of the legs

Measurement Notes:

  • Keep tape measure level and not too tight
  • For most accurate results, take measurements over underwear or close fitting apparel
  • Take measurements twice with a flexible tape measure to ensure accuracy
1. Chest
Circumference (in)
2. Waist
Circumference (in)
3. Hips
Circumference (in)
3XS31 - 33"26 - 27"31 - 33"
2XS33 - 35"27 - 29"33 - 35"
XS35 - 37"29 - 31"35 - 37"
S37 - 39"31 - 33"37 - 39"
M39 - 41"33 - 35"39 - 41"
L41 - 43"35 - 37"41 - 43"
XL43 - 45"37 - 39"43 - 45"
2XL45 - 47"39 - 41"45 - 47"
3XL47 - 49"41 - 43"47 - 49"

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.