Megmeister claims its new Utrafris Pro jersey uses sweat to cool the cyclist down, relying on an innovative material that contains xylitol erythritol which causes the temperature of the fabric to drop as the rider’s sweat dries.
“Overheating is an age old problem for cyclists with sweat being an uncomfortable by-product of intense riding and warm climates. The new Ultrafris Pro jersey feature an innovative cooling system which uses the athlete’s own sweat to cool them down turning a negative side effect of heat into a performance enhancing cooling agent. Alongside the sweat activated cooling system, the Ultrafris Pro fabric is lightweight and stretchable which moves in sync with the body for maximum comfort and reduced friction. As temperatures soar, the fabric not only keeps the rider cool, but keeps you protected from the sun’s rays with UPF 50 built in to prevent sunburn,” says the Dutch brand
Megmeister also suggests that wind helps enhance the jersey’s cooling properties, as increased airflow causes sweat to dry more quickly.
As mentioned, the jersey provides UPF 50 sun protection, along with a full-length YKK zipper and three standard rear pockets – including an additional zipper pocket.
In addition to the Ultrafris Pro jersey, Megmeister also applies its technology to arm coolers and a lightweight skull cap.
The Ultrafris Pro jersey is available in blue, grey, light blue and burgundy and sells for $151/£119.95, which can be purchased directly from Megmeister here.
You must be logged in to post a comment.