You shouldn't have to bare all in order to stave off the heat. Nor should you have to sacrifice race worthy designs for an anatomic, women's specific fit. And while there are droves of those able to satisfy one of these needs, only Louis Garneau does it all in one jersey with its Course Superleggera Women's Jersey. Louis Garneau created the Course Superleggera to be the amalgamation of ultra lightweight and highly breathable designs. However, to achieve this lofty ambition, Garneau was forced to create a complex design that remains simple on the eyes. Easier said than done. So, three fabrics were used in its construction, along with a sophisticated material treatment. Starting at the body of the jersey, Garneau knew that the bulk of construction had to be lightweight, malleable, and breathable. This means that Mondo was the obvious choice for its composition. Made from a featherweight, multi filament polyester, Mondo's knit is porous for breathability and for a high level of stretch that aids in both comfort and aerodynamics. At the chest and side panels Garneau went to great lengths to account for the most cumbersome variable of comfort heat control. Sure, the aforementioned fabric is breathable, but Garneau still added its ultra soft, MicroSens Mesh material for a multitude of reasons. First, it enhances the jersey's next to skin fit and comfort with its stretchable, microfiber composition. Second, it's been treated in order to wick moisture away rapidly. And lastly, its open mesh design keeps you dry while thoroughly ventilating your core. Going a step beyond, Garneau also treated the body of the jersey with its Coldblack finish. This finish permits the sun's heat to be reflected away from the jersey instead of absorbing it like most fabrics. So, you can ride on the rivet during summer races without running the risk of overheating. To secure the fit of the Course Superleggera jersey, Garneau has taken a multi step approach. The shoulders have been pre sh...