The sun was beating down on the Yuma Mesa just as it has for thousands of years. The Sky Island Riders had been planning a long distance ride, a ride they’d taken many times before.
Cass had just received her new vented Brezza jacket. It was lightweight and comfortable, but still had all the important features of a Corazzo jacket. It came equipped with an abrasion-resistant outer shell, armor in the back, elbows, and shoulders; reflective accents for night riding. Most important, it was fully vented, just the thing for a ride through the desert.
During the ride, Cass bragged about the waterproof pockets and the soft-to-touch inner collar trim, the club was abuzz with excitement. This was a jacket just for the ladies with a level of fit and finish never before seen.
Cass and the gang had a great ride that day. Most of the group complained of serious dehydration, but Cass loved it. Of the possible 4,456 hours of daylight each year, the sun shines in Yuma for roughly 4,174 hours. The Brezza has a serious track record for being cool.