Adidas adizero evasus bib shorts and ankle socks – first look

Sportswear giant expands ‘world’s lightest cycling kit’ range

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Adidas has added new adizero evasus bib shorts and adizero ankle socks to its adizero jersey, creating a range of cycle clothing which the sportswear giant says is the lightest ever to hit the market.

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Available in night flash blue and black colourways, the all-new minimalist adizero evasus bibshort (£120) is designed with a triple-density TMF pad and an active FORMOTION design – Adidas estimates the rider has six hours of riding comfort to ensure maximum effort whilst climbing the harshest of slopes. 

Also joining the range are the adizero ankle socks, which Adidas say have a smooth fit and can guarantee cool and dry feet with targeted mesh ventilation and flat toe seam and arch support. They won’t be available until late summer, and pricing is not yet available.

The adizero jersey (£100) won a Gold Award at last year’s bike industry expo EuroBike, and is ergonomically cut for scorching days on the road and mountain passes. It has low-profile, easy-access pockets on the lower back for food and other essentials, and underarm mesh ventilation for hot-weather riding.

For more info, head to www.adidascycling.co.uk.

What do you think of the new Adidas adizero cycling kit? Let us know in the comments below!

Adidas has added new adizero evasus bib shorts and adizero ankle socks to its adizero jersey, creating a range of cycle clothing which the sportswear giant says is the lightest ever to hit the market at just 200g combined.

Available in night flash blue and black colourways, the all-new minimalist adizero evasus bibshorts (£120) weigh 99g in a medium and feature a triple-density TMF pad which Adidas estimates is good for six hours of riding comfort, to ensure maximum effort whilst climbing the harshest of slopes. 

Also joining the range are the adizero ankle socks, which Adidas say have a smooth fit and can guarantee cool and dry feet with targeted mesh ventilation and flat toe seam and arch support. They won’t be available until late summer, and pricing is not yet available.

The adizero jersey (£100) is ergonomically cut for scorching days on the road and mountain passes. It has low-profile, easy-access pockets on the lower back for food and other essentials, and underarm mesh ventilation for hot-weather riding – along with a low weight of 65g.

For more info, head to www.adidascycling.co.uk.

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What do you think of the new adizero cycling kit? Let us know in the comments below!!