Superleggera 3 Jersey


First conceived for riding the Flüela Pass, our Superleggera 3 Jersey is a lightweight, warm weather jersey that enhances mountain climbing performance without sacrificing practicality.

Colour: Dark Grey
SKU: CS230110302
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  • Main Fabric - 88% Polyester 12% Elastane
  • Armpits - 94% Polyester 6% Elastane
  • Pocket - 77% Polyamide 23% Elastane

The Oltre – roughly translating as ‘beyond’ – fabric that it's made from is an incredibly light, soft and silky transparent mesh that you'll forget you're wearing. It promotes air circulation and achieves a close but not skintight fit, while providing support for extra-deep floating pockets that extend beyond its light mesh hem. Meanwhile, a looser mesh at the underarm helps to keep you cool and dry all ride long.

Perfect for warm weather rides and climbing days, this featherlight jersey, with its comfortable, no-sew welded sleeves and handy zippered key pocket, is exceptionally airy and good looking, offering race performance without the traditional stripped back severity typical of such jerseys. You'll want to wear it often, even on non-mountainous routes.

  • A striking yet practical hot weather jersey that offers racing performance
  • Made from highly breathable, supportive Oltre 70h stripe mesh base fabric
  • With airy mesh inserts at the underarm
  • Has 3 roomy, reinforced pockets plus an extra money pocket
  • No-sew, bonded sleeve endings promote comfort
  • Weighs 93g (M)
  • Temperature range 22-40°C, 72-104°F

Temperature: 22 / 40°C

The Expert's Guide

Fun fact: The pro’s would love to have this jersey but can’t because it is too light to print sponsor logo’s onto. A jersey so light you almost forget you’re wearing it. Absolutely incredible for hot days due to how it breaths and doesn’t hold moisture. - George

About George

Height: 5ft 11”
Chest: 38”
Waist: 31”
Jersey size: S
Bibshort size: M

In a constant state of nostalgia, thinking back to days when he was fitter. Lover of all bike disciplines, he has tried his hand at all disciplines except Gravel racing which is on the ‘to do’ list.