Castelli Calorosa Cap Sleeve Baselayer - Women's
Boost your jersey's performance with the Castelli Calorosa Women's Cap-Sleeve Baselayer. The next-to-skin, contoured, and ergonomic fit keeps your jersey's irritating seams off you while lifting moisture away and transferring it to the next layer for an ultra dry, high-performance ride.
Assos SS.rallytrekkingJersey_evo7 Lady - Short-Sleeve - Women's
While the Assos brand has long been associated with luxury in the road cycling world, the SS.rallytrekkingJersey_evo7 Lady Short-Sleeve Jersey marks the brand's expansion into luxury kit for discerning trail riders. In true form, this jersey marks the pinnacle of off-road technology with meticulous attention to fit, fabrics, and finishing details.
The Lady version is similar to the men's but dialed with a women-specific cut. It utilizes five different fabrics across the jersey and a nearly unprecedented 25 patterns for a final product that will weather all manner of trail duress while keeping you cool, comfortable, and effortlessly stylish out in the dirt. The main textile used is Assos' slightly textured Type.188 material, featuring moisture-wicking breathability and the durability to stand up to the rigors of trail riding. Of particular note, the back panel is made from a distinct mesh reminiscent of a toned down version of some of the honeycomb shock absorbing technology we've been seeing in the helmet world. This mesh presents itself as a clustering of small tubes that simultaneously provide airflow, protection, and extra padding for comfortable pack usage.
The jersey is finished with the kind of Assos details that you'd expect, including the signature zip pull and a compressive, supportive rear hem with silicone print to maintain coverage while you're hanging off the saddle. The three rear pockets are hemmed with a similar material, which provides support so the back of the jersey doesn't become a shapeless, droopy mess under the weight of a banana, energy gels, multi-tool, CO2, and all the other necessities the pockets provide room for. Those pockets' catch-all space is supplemented with an additional zip pocket for items that you can't afford to orphan on the trail.
As an added bonus, the SS.rallytrekkingJersey_evo7 Lady comes packaged with Assos' summer skinFoil baselayer. This baselayer boasts a blend of nylon and polyester specially engineered to transport sweat and vapor quickly away from your skin for effective evaporation and cooling. Its form fit supports your muscles and prevents discomfort, and the sleeveless design reduces weight and helps prevent overheating.
Assos nS.superLeggera Jersey - Sleeveless - Women's
When Assos introduces a new product, it does not do so with a single graphic or fabric treatment, but as an advanced piece of apparel with technological substance built directly into its construction. And with the latest iteration of its superlight sleeveless jersey, you receive just that. The Assos nS.superLeggara Sleeveless Jersey brings the next generation of Assos' ultra-versatile tops to your arsenal of cycling apparel, using proprietary materials and the greatest of in-house technologies. Wear it on its own for warmer riding conditions, or as a layering piece in combination with a long sleeve jersey for cool weather. Either way, you get the latest blend of Assos' fabrics and design details wrapped into a sleek sleeveless jersey design.
The nS.superLeggera sleeveless jersey is constructed from five textiles, 19 patterns, and 12 components. The front panels use a heavier proprietary custom fabric called .vX121. Assos made the front thicker for insulation and wind-blocking where your torso needs it most. Moisture wicking is primarily regulated by the rear and side panels of the jersey. These side panels are made with a four-way contour stretch fabric for proper, body-mimicking fit and moisture transfer capabilities. Assos knows perspiration collects in high concentrations at these areas of the torso, which is why it targeted the panels with this lightweight, breathable fabric. On the rear of the jersey, there's a center panel running from the neck to the waist hem. This is a stabilizer panel with intentionally limited vertical stretch. The stabilizer panel acts as the spine of the jersey, and its function is to provide the Assos signature "click-on" fit. This fit braces the top as a whole, creating a supportive foundation that the complementary fabric panels build off of. Additionally, the spine prevents sagging from loaded pockets, and it also promotes horizontal stretch in order to follow the body in motion. The collar, armholes, and back of the neck are all made of the same stretchy, two-layer mesh material for soft wicking comfort.
The jersey incorporates an entirely new pattern design that was created for the sleeveless riding application. The nS.superLeggera is pre-shaped and uses curved fabric panels that adapt to the female body's riding position. The jersey has a full-length front zipper, three rear pockets, a front safety pocket, and has a permanent antibacterial treatment. The nS.superLeggera is also able to be coupled with an Assos interactive body insulator to work as a spring vest. Once again, versatility is the key ingredient with the nS.superLeggara.
Smith Parallel Max Polarized Sunglasses - Women's
The Smith Parallel Max shares the lightness of their Vxe and Pivlock 90 series sunglasses; they're so unobtrusive you'll likely forget you're wearing them. The key difference is a matter of style. The Parallel Max has separate lenses where the aforementioned models use one full coverage eyeshield. This is also where the Max differs from the standard Parallel sunglasses. The lenses are just slightly taller and wider to offer a bit more coverage.
We'd call the Parallel Max a close-fitting design. After all, the base curve of 9 ensures that the lenses sweep all the way around your eyes for optimum protection from unwanted light and glare as well as physical objects. The frame is made from Grilamid TR90, a tough plastic that is at once flexible, yet tough as nails. This lightweight frame supports individual lenses that pop out easily, like Smith's sliders of old. The lenses use Smith's Tapered Lens Technology (TLT) to give you a distortionless view. As you might've already experienced, visual distortion occurs when light waves hit an aggressively curved lens causing them to refract. This refraction causes a prismatic effect, or distortion. TLT corrects the distortion by progressively tapering the lens thickness from the optical center toward the peripheral edges. With TLT, light waves travel directly to your eye to generate precise vision and reduce potential eye fatigue. Objects are clearly defined and seen in their exact position.
Seeing clearly adds safety, but so does Smith's Carbonic lens material—the most impact resistant lens material money can buy. Smith treats them with an anti-scratch coating to keep them as new as possible, as long as possible. They're light, they exceed ANSI Z80.3 specifications, and they protect your eyes from 100% of the UVA, UVB, and UVC rays out there. The Grilamid TR90 frame provides you with maximum comfort, maximum flexibility, maximum toughness, and maximum resistance to sweat and sunscreen. And the hydrophilic Megol nose and temple pads keep them locked in place on your face. They won't slip. They won't slide. They won't fall off.
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Fox Racing Switchback Jersey - Women's
Fox Racing may have made its name with moto-specific and moto-inspired gear, but the Switchback Women's Jersey is so XC-dedicated that it transitions easily from 2.3in tires to 25mm. The main difference between the latest version and its predecessors is at the back pockets, which Fox updates with a fourth, zippered security pocket for keys, cash, and whatever else you can't afford to orphan on singletrack.
Despite that one big chances, the Switchback is still a lightweight, low-profile jersey whose fit comes courtesy of M.I.T.I., the Italian manufacturer whose materials are at the heart of countless road cycling jerseys. In the Switchback's case, Fox opts for TruDri, a synthetic that privileges stretch, moisture management, and cooling airflow in equal parts, so it works to keep you cool and dry during long days spent pedaling across hardpack instead of riding the lift.
When transitioning to the road, the Switchback blends in just as well. It's not quite a skinsuit fit, but the high-stretch material lets Fox cut the jersey with what is by far its most aggressive silhouette.
Castelli Perfetto Light Jersey - Women's
The Gabba jersey changed cycling, but we—like many others in the cycling world—had some critiques. For example, unless it's raining and in the low 40s, many of us find the Gabba too hot, so Castelli made the Perfetto Light Jersey to accommodate those of us whose engines tend to run hot or who want a lighter layer of protection for rainy days in Castelli's recommended temperature range of 50-68 degrees Fahrenheit. It's maybe the most versatile member of Castelli's rainy day race jersey collection, so it's returning this year with no major changes outside of colorways.
Like its predecessor, the latest Perfetto Light includes a lighter version of Gore's Windstopper fabric than the classic Gabba—namely, a Windstopper 150 fabric on the front panel, sleeves, and yoke. This is a full 25% lighter than the material used on the Gabba, allowing this jersey to cover much of the range and offer similar protection as the Gabba, while better suited for warmer temperatures, and frankly, it better meets the demands of the conditions we are more likely to see in competition. The soft, 4-way stretch material doesn't let the wind in, but it does let moisture and water vapor out. This breathability and weather protection lends itself well to high output activities in variable conditions.
Castelli also still uses Nano Light Pro fabric on the back, which is the same material used on the Nano Flex tights, sans fleece backing, that sheds water and allows significant breathability. Three rear pockets allow for plenty of room for food and extra gear, while laser-cut holes allow for water drainage. The pockets also deviate from accordion-style construction between pockets and jersey for a more refined look and ease of access. Below the pockets, an extended storm flap offers additional protection from wheel spray.
Other details include an articulated collar preventing any looseness and water and wind ingress while riding and a front zipper featuring an external flap for extra protection. The Gabba's reflective stripes are replaced by Castelli reflective branding on the storm flap, helping improve visibility during rain and low-light hours.
As mentioned above, Castelli recommends the Perfetto Light in the temperature range 50 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit. The higher end might be a bit warm for this jersey, especially when hammering through intervals or riding at racing efforts. (Many of us use it on sunny days into the low 40s.) Its pro-fit, insulating characteristics, and low weight make it ideally suited for racing in unpredictable spring conditions especially when paired with a base layer and arm warmers. Enthusiasts or riders building low-intensity base miles will find that the Perfetto works comfortably into the high-60s, depending on personal temperature preferences.
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Mavic Sequence Graphic Jersey - Women's
With triangular graphics inspired by a difficult climb or the peak of your performance on a ride, the Mavic Sequence Graphic Jersey seems made to be worn when you're trying for a PR. Reach for it when you're heading out for a neighborhood ride or trying out a local race for the first time, and it just may help remind you of what you're pedaling for every time you look down. Supple, breathable fabric cut in a slim silhouette pulls moisture away from your skin consistently, while a half-zipper provides ventilation without the risk of puckering fabric when you're stretched out over the bars. Its versatile nature makes the Sequence a strong contender to be your next favorite training jersey.
Troy Lee Designs Skyline Jersey - Women's
Wherever your summer ride plans take you this year, be up for saying yes to spur-of-the-moment changes in the agenda with the Troy Lee Designs Skyline Jersey. Adaptable and unfussy, this moisture-wicking jersey comes with a slim fit that's as at home on breath-stealing alpine climbs as it is on long, technical descents in the desert. The addition of a V-neck makes room for airflow and adds a subtle hit of style for post-ride brews in town.
Fox Racing Attack Thermo Long-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
It's fitting for Fox Racing to make the Attack Thermo Long-Sleeve jersey so adaptable for changing seasons, since its 4-legged namesake adapts tremendously, too. Unlike the animal, this jersey won't transition from shades of brown and red into snow white when flurries are blowing, but it will help you transition from warm and sunny days to cool temperatures and showers for epic fall riding.
Made from Fox's 4-way stretch 3-layer TruDri fabric, the Attack Thermo Long Sleeve jersey offers wind and water protection that cuts through icy breezes like a hot knife through butter, a DWR coating sheds rainfall as well as water from dew coated branches with ease. Designed to take your focus away from the cold, and back on the exploding colors on the trail in front of you, the inside is lined with anti-pilling bonded fleece to insulate your core. Since we suspect you'll still be pedaling uphill, the back and arms offer breathability that wicks away perspiration and keeps you cool. If your climb gets a bit mashy, and things heat up you can unzip the off-centered front zip to reveal a breathable stretch mesh panel for ventilation.
DeFeet Woolie Boolie Baaad Sheep Sock - Women's
As you saddle up in the morning chill, the merino wool Defeet Women's Woolie Boolie Bike Sock help to insulate your toes while continuing to regulate your heat and moisture throughout your entire sunny spring ride.
Twin Six Drifter Jersey - Women's
Stand out from the rest of the peloton in the Drifter Jersey from Twin Six. Featuring a unique pattern of birds using premium sublimated graphics, you'll look and feel great as you bank away some miles with the group of by yourself.
Each Twin Six jersey is made with comfortable, moisture-wicking polyester microfiber fabric. It has three deep pockets in the back for your essentials and a hidden, full-length front zipper that allows you to dump heat instantly on a climb. What really makes the Twin Six Women's Drifter Jersey stand out, however, is its style. No billboard ads or annoying loud colors here, just a clean, artistic look. Twin Six builds its reputation on its classic designs and toes the line between Euro race replicas and hopeless, shameful tackiness.
The Twin Six Women's Drifter Jersey comes in Blue and is available in sizes XSmall through XLarge. All Twin Six apparel is proudly made in the USA.
100% Ridecamp Short - Women's
The designers at Ride 100% are no strangers to combining form and function, and once again they hit the nail on the head with the Ridecamp Shorts for Women. These comfortable, yet stylish baggies are ready to rally on the trail, thanks to a generous inseam that keep you covered from scrub oak and sage brush. Two-way stretch polyester holds up to scuffles with rocks and branches, without restricting movement when you need to drop your saddle and get behind your back wheel. 100% tops the Ridecamp shorts with a DWR treatment — an underrated addition that will keep showers and mud splatters rolling off, so you can book it to your dinner-date from the trailhead without post-ride wardrobe changes in the parking lot.
POC Essential Road Block Jersey - Women's
Alliteration aside (we couldn't help it, sorry!), the POC Women's Essential Road Block Jersey seamlessly merges a buttery-soft, breathable polyester fabric with vibrant color-blocked style that stands out brilliantly on the road. It's designed with a semi-fitted cut that follows the contours of your body, but without clinging super-tight like racier jerseys on the market.
POC places breathable mesh underneath your arms, which provides cooling airflow to eliminate perspiration and overheating issues. The full-length front zipper gives you the ability to regulate your upper body temperature on climbs, which is always nice when it's scorching-hot outside. Additionally, you'll find three generously sized rear pockets alongside a secure-zip pocket that's ideal for tossing your smartphone, spare cash, and car keys.
Castelli Sfida Long-Sleeve Full-Zip Jersey - Women's
When you're picking out your winter riding kit, reach for undeniable warmth and performance that doesn't compromise style. The Castelli Sfida Long-Sleeve Full-Zip Jersey for women takes into account what is most important to us cyclists, and hones in on things to create a piece that's not only great in form and function, but versatility as well. By designing the perfect fit with elevated materials Castelli captures our needs in a piece that's not only comfortable in the saddle, but eye catching as well.
Stitched together using Castelli's newly engineered 3D thermal fabric, you'll find a warm embrace that keeps you comfortably warm. Perfect for cool days on its own, or frosty mornings underneath a vest or jacket, the Sfida will offer you soft, stretchy warmth. Constructed using Warmer fabric throughout its traditional panels, and Warmer X-Stretch on the sleeves, the right amount of give and flexibility is placed where it's most needed, so you won't have to constantly adjust your sleeves while in the saddle.
Along the back of the jersey things are secured into place by a silicone gripper that prevents the back from riding-up and exposing skin. Above the gripper you'll find the perfect spot to stow away your winter riding essentials within 3 large pockets. When your fall ride brings flat-light and low visibility, you can count on reflective tabs sewn into the rear seams to illuminate under headlights, helping to alert motorists to your whereabouts.
Pearl Izumi Select Glove - Women's
Typically, when we think about cycling punishment, we think about what we do to our legs, but the unrelenting chatter of chipseal roads can wear out our hands after 100 miles. In those situations, the padding in Pearl Izumi's Select Gloves can help take the sting of cycling out of your hands, keeping it in your legs, where it belongs. They're equipped with a generous portion of gel and foam padding in the palms, ensuring that chatter and chafing don't make your hoods painfully ungraspable at mile 60. The full synthetic construction does its part to reduce irritation by banishing moisture through the palm and the barely there upper, and a soft wiping surface tidies up brow sweat and miss-applied hydration mix.
Pearl Izumi Pursuit Attack Cycling Tight - Women's
When it's a bit too windy, but not quite cold, throw on the Pearl Izumi Pursuit Attack Cycling tights for women to offer a touch of warmth, without bulk. With summer weight Attack fabric, these tights are designed for milder conditions, when it's just brisk enough to want full-leg coverage, but not enough to warrant thick fleecy layers of insulation. Pearl's Select Pursuit women's specific chamois gives you smooth, next-to-skin comfort and adds cushion to minimize chafing and uncomfortable saddle sores. When the lighting is low, BioViz reflective elements catch headlights to illuminate your presence and boost your visibility to drivers.
Castelli Free Tri Itu Suit - Women's
Castelli created the Women's Free Tri Itu Suit to adhere to ITU rules, quickly disperse moisture once you leave the swim, and maximize aerodynamic efficiency through bike and run stages. SpeedFreak ventilated race fabric along the upper provides high levels of breathability, so you don't overheat while racing and training in stifling humidity and oppressive heat. Velocity mesh along the backside ensures streamlined aerodynamics in the bike, as proven in Castelli's wind tunnel testing. Both of these fabrics are extremely quick-drying, so you won't retain residual moisture, only to drip incessantly in the bike and run.
Moving to the shorts, Castelli's Instadry Speed fabric does exactly what its name implies by giving you a hydrodynamic advantage in the water and quickly shedding moisture afterwards, so you're not a sopping-wet mess in the saddle, which often leads to undesired irritation. Castelli employs their Kiss Tri seat pad to absorb incoming vibration on the road, which is especially welcome seeing many triathletes are riding on stiff, unforgiving bikes. And not only does this seat pad take the sting out of the bike stage, but it's low-profile nature won't inhibit movement once you transition to the final run stage.
SheBeest Bellissima Sleeveless Jersey - Women's
Not every day is race day, and most of us don't covet the feeling of stuffing ourselves into jerseys like we're trapped in a sausage casing. Luckily we don't have to wrap up in skin-tight kits for casual weekend rides with help from great pieces like the Shebeest Bellissima Sleeveless Jersey. This jersey offers a slightly relaxed fit (but not baggy), so you can stay comfortable on the bike when you're going for coffee rides and cruises with your crew on the weekend. Its crafted from polyester to keep moisture moving outwards, and features UPF 45+ protection, so you can skip slathering your torso with sunscreen before you hit the road. For quick venting on punchy climbs the jersey is equippped with a 10-inch zipper in front with semi-autolocking pull tab so you can control just how much fresh air you get.