Santini Beta Lite Short Sleeve Jersey

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Product Description

Made from triple layer super light Windstopper fabric (only 170 gr/m2) with carbon inserts on the back and sides, the Beta jersey offers thermal insulation and wind protection in colder temperatures of 10-15°C (50-60°F) and breathability and comfort at higher temperatures of 15-20°C (60-70°F). No need to stop or slow down to add or remove layers as the wind changes. Comes with a stylish rubber label incorporating the Beta line logo on the left sleeve. Used by World Tour Team Trek-Segafredo for training and racing.

High-visibility
Reflective highlights for night time safety

Complete Comfort
Warmth in cold conditions. Breathability and comfort in hotter temperatures

Ultra-light Performance
Weights 35% less than a standard combination of jersey and windbreaker while offering optimal wind protection

 

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Sizing

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Santini Men's Clothing Size Guide

Use the Santini clothing size chart to find the best fit for you. 

METRIC (CM)

  Height Chest Waist Inseam (Shorts)*
S 172 - 176cm 92 - 96cm 78 - 82cm 21 - 22cm
M 175 - 179cm 96 - 100cm 82 - 86cm 22 - 23cm
L 178 - 182cm 100 - 104cm 86 - 90cm 23 - 24cm
XL 181 - 185cm 104 - 108cm 90 - 94cm 24 - 25cm
XXL 184 - 188cm 108 - 112cm 94 - 98cm 26 - 27cm
3XL 187 - 191cm 112 - 116cm 98 - 102cm 26 - 27cm
4XL 190 - 193cm 116 - 120cm 102 - 106cm 26 - 27cm

 

IMPERIAL (INCHES)

  Height Chest Waist Inseam (Shorts)*
S 67.7 - 69.3" 36.2 - 37.8" 30 - 32.2" 8.2 - 8.6"
M 68.9 - 70.4" 37.8 - 39.4" 32.2 - 33.8" 8.6 - 9"
L 70 - 71.7" 39.4 - 40.9" 33.8 - 35.4" 9 - 9.4"
XL 71.3 - 72.8" 40.9 - 42.5" 35.4 - 37" 9.4" - 9.8"
XXL 72.4 - 74" 42.5 - 44" 37 - 38.6" 10.2 - 10.6"
3XL 73.6 - 75.2" 44 - 45.7" 38.6 - 40" 10.2 - 10.6"
4XL 74.8 - 75.9" 45.7 - 47.2" 40 - 41.7" 10.2 - 10.6"

*Length of inseam measured on an unworn garment.

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Short Sleeve Jerseys Guide

 

Short Sleeve Jersey Guide

Worn on their own, or under a jacket when it’s cooler, shorts sleeve jerseys are the go-to top for most serious cyclists. Made from technical fabrics that wick sweat away from the skin quickly these tops help to keep you comfortable on the bike. Cycling jerseys come with a cycling fit, whether that’s a race fit (tight fitting) for performance or a club fit (looser and more casual) for comfort.


Jersey Fit

Road Race Fit

Race fit jerseys have a figure-hugging design. Smoothing the airflow around your body for enhanced aerodynamic performance, these slim fitting race jerseys feature a tighter cut with no excess material to flap around in the wind.

Offering a form fit, the fabric sits close to your skin. This draws moisture away from your body most effectively, so it quickly evaporates to keep you cool as you push your limits.

road cyclist

Club or MTB Fit

Jerseys that are aimed at club road riders, commuters or mountain bikers tend to feature a looser cut that is comfortable while still offering reasonable moisture wicking properties.

Looser fit jerseys sacrifice a bit of aero performance (excess fabric will flap in the wind), but they are more flattering on all but the leanest athletes. They also look just as good off the bike, as on it.

two gravel bike riders

Fabrics and Construction

Articulated Construction

The best short sleeve jerseys will be constructed with articulated areas that are specific for cycling. Articulated jerseys are slightly shorter at the front to prevent fabric bunching up with a longer drop tail at the rear, so you don’t expose your lower back. This articulated cut can be found in all cycling jerseys but is most pronounced with road race jerseys. Classic T-shirts aren’t so comfortable on the bike.

pockets at the back of a cycling jersy

Technical Fabrics

Cycling Jerseys are made from technical fabrics that are designed to enhance your performance on the bike. Stretch fabrics offer comfort and freedom of movement on the bike while also allowing for a form fitting cut. Higher-end jerseys may feature seamless construction for improved aerodynamics and comfort.

The fabrics are designed to wick moisture away form the skin to help keep you cool. Classic cotton T-shirts retain moisture, so you’ll feel cold on the descents while a jersey allows the moisture to evaporate quickly keeping you dry and reducing wind chill.

road cycling jersey

Jersey Disciplines

Cycling jerseys are designed with different features to suit the needs of riders in different areas of the sport. Look for a jersey with features that suit the type of riding that you want to do.

Road Cycling Jerseys

Road cycling jerseys are tight fitting and feature a partial or full zipper, for improved ventilation on the climbs. As well as being form fitting these jerseys have a deep drop tail articulated cut, so that the rear is much lower for a better fit when in a crouched riding position. You’ll also find a trio of rear pockets for gels and bars, with an extra zippered pocket for valuables.

two road cyclists

Seamless or flatlock joins between the panels creates a smooth surface which improves aerodynamics as well as making the jersey more comfortable. Silicone grippers on the hem and sometimes on the arm will help keep the jersey in place.

What to look for in a road jersey:

  • Full or half front zip for ventilation
  • High wicking technical fabrics
  • Mesh and/or windproof panels
  • Tight road race fit with deep drop tail
  • Rear storage pockets

Mountain Bike Jerseys

MTB jerseys will usually be constructed with a looser cut to road jerseys as aerodynamics and a skin-tight fit is not a consideration unless you’re XC racing. This looser cut is non-restrictive on technical terrain and looks great off the bike. These jerseys have improved abrasion resistance to withstand the abuse of off-roading. A quality MTB specific feature is silicone or tacky shoulder panels to stop your backpack from slipping as you ride.

two mountainbikers

Mesh panels on the sides, under the arm and down the back offer improved ventilation and are found instead of a front zip on many MTB jerseys. For more technical downhill mountain biking, a jersey with a loose fit will let you wear body armour underneath for added protection. Trail and enduro jerseys tend to be well vented while XC jerseys are similar to road jerseys with a close fit and pockets for nutrition.

What to look for in an MTB jersey:

  • High wicking technical fabrics
  • Mesh and/or laser cut ventilation panels
  • Loose MTB fit with slight drop tail
  • Zipped stash pocket
  • Sunglasses/goggles wipe

Commuter Jerseys

If you spend most of your time on the bike commuting to work, then there are a few specific features to consider. Firstly, look for jerseys that come with hi-vis block colours to enhance your daytime visibility. Also look for reflective elements to help you be seen at night.

two cyclists

A looser club fit is more flattering on a range of body types and is comfortable to wear at lower speeds. Look for zippered pockets for your phone, keys and other valuables.

What to look for in a commuter jersey:

  • High-viz colours for increased daylight visibility
  • Reflective elements for night-time visibility
  • High wicking technical fabrics
  • Zipped stash pocket
  • Half zip for ventilation

Jersey Alternatives

Technical T-Shirts

If you are looking for a more casual look with some of the advantages of a jersey, then have a look at Technical T-Shirts. Combining quick drying technical fabrics with a classic T cut, Tech Tees are a great alternative to a jersey. Popular with mountain bikers and urban cyclists these riding shirts offer a more casual look to a jersey with fabrics that outperform cotton.

mountain biker with tech t

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

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Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns. 

We will give you a full refund on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.