Don't forget your berries.
Match your love for raspberries with your love for pro-performance cycling jerseys with the Maloja Women's SchlierseeM. Jersey. Crafted from a lightweight, breathable, and stretchy Pushlite fabric, the SchlierseeM. provides you with cool, dry comfort and a natural range of motion to keep up with your high-speed descents and grueling hill climbs.
This tight-knitted fabric also brings you a sun-protection rating of UPF 40+ to help save you skin from harsh UV rays on sunnier rides, while additional venting further provides cool air circulation to prevent overheating. Plus, Maloja looked ahead and treated this jersey with anti-microbial, odor-resistant Polygiene for freshness after particularly demanding excursions.
- Fruit-inspired style meets top-tier performance
- Pushlite fabric is lightweight, breathable, and wicks sweat
- Form-fitting design keeps cool comfort close to your skin
- Sun-protection of UPF 40 defends your skin from UV rays
- Polygiene treatment fights off funky odors and bacteria
- Multiple pockets at the back stash tubes, water, and snacks
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I own this jersey in both mountain lake and wood. In the website images, the wood color appears to be a medium-dark olive green with soft red accents. In real life, it's a very dark hunter green with strong crimson accents. I do find it lovely; it's just somewhat different from what's pictured.
The cut is also a little different from any other jersey I've tried. For reference, my measurements are 33-28-38. I wear a size small in this jersey, and I really like how it fits. It'd be fair to say that I'm pear-shaped, though, and I think cyclists with narrow shoulders and curvier lower bodies will likely be the happiest with this particular design.
The main fabric has a pleasing, silky texture, with more of a mesh structure at the sides for venting. This all felt quite comfortable to me during a 42-mile ride in mid-August of last year. I also appreciate the cute, classy berry pattern and the subtlety of the brand logo. I've kept my rating at four stars primarily because the zippers do feel somewhat stiff and delicate to me. They haven't broken, but I've had to struggle with them a bit more than with my other cycling gear.
Will be returning. Very odd fit. Sleeves extremely short, shoulders snug, mid section kinda baggy. Not a $150 jersey. Too bad. I had high hopes for it. It looks cute in the picture.