It’s interesting to see, the lengths some cyclists will go to trying to shed weight from their bike, all the while not realizing that similar gains can be accomplished with apparel.
Granted, cycling apparel doesn’t constitute the same kind of mass that a bike does, and lighter apparel may not have the same immediate effects that reducing sprung and unsprung rational mass has.
However, there’s no denying that sophisticated fabrics and materials can lead to increased performance by way of comfort and body temperature management.
Having that said, there’s no doubt that Alé understands this with the launch of its new PRR 2.0 Piuma jersey, that tips the scales at a feathery 100 grams.
The PRR 2.0 Piuma jersey uses Alé’s Body Mapping System, which features ergonomic raglan sleeves, double density mesh along the chest for added protection and excellent ventilation and super lightweight stretch fabric with a rip stop along the shoulders and back for optimal comfort and increased air flow.
Additionally, the PRR 2.0 Piuma, features an innovative 5 Pocket System, which consists of three traditional, elastic cargo pockets, a security pocket with zipper and an inside pocket, alongside a minimal construction waistband with elastic piping and reflective markings on the back.
Alé offers the jersey in five exciting colorways, with a retail price of $130.00.
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Minimal garment, extremely lightweight and suitable for extreme hot temperatures or for climbs where you do not need any excess weight but a breathable and quick drying garment.
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