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Zoic Jayden Jersey Review

Zoic Jayden Jersey

I don't usually consider myself to be a fashionista but today was a different day. I won! I did it! I was best dressed on the trails today! Naturally the question of the night was, "Who are you wearing?" The answer is Zoic. Specifically the Navaeh plaid shorts with the light blue Jayden jersey. Yes, the outfit really came together. I'm sure US Weekly will be talking about it for weeks to come.

I'm loving the light blue shade. Zoic is clever with their outfitting. You buy one jersey and it will match with a variety of their shorts and skirts and vice versa. The detail and design was no after thought. The white contrast piping down the neckline along with the flower design trickling down the side provides The Jayden with the perfect amount of femininity.

The fabric proved to be airy and breathable. It's made from recycled polyester, this granted a little more stretch than other jersey's I've tried. The neckline is a mock v-neck, so it will hit you slightly lower than a true v-neck. Who zips a v-neck all the way to the top anyway?

Zoic didn';t forget the double back pocket and then did you one better and added a tech pocket equipped with a zip opening and a slit for headphones. The three quarter length sleeves have a soft finish so it won't squeeze you right at the elbows. The Jayden falls slightly at the back like all good biking jerseys should.

Simply put, the Zoic Jayden Jersey is cute, comfortable and functional. Yay for summer riding!

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About the Author

Lindy P. Smith

Lindy P. Smith

Lindy is a wannabe athlete. As a Utah native and skier she’s a born powder hound and will steal your line if you’re not careful. In the summertime you can find her trail running, swimming in a lake and cycling her way around Cache Valley. Lindy Graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Journalism and enjoys writing about all her adventures and misadventures.

Lindy with daughter

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