Adidas today launched their new Supernova Climachill jersey which they claim is a ‘cooling revolution in cycling apparel’.
The cycling jersey features a range of new Adidas owned innovations including aluminium cooling spheres, ‘sub-zero’ yarns and polar fibres.
Aluminium cooling spheres are placed on the upper back of each jersey and are designed to give a cooling sensation when touching the skin.
The ‘sub-zero’ yarns are flat and have a much larger surface area than traditional, round yarns. Adidas say this will enable more heat to be transferred away from the body more rapidly.
The polar fibres are said to deliver a light and highly breathable fabric that allows for maximum ventilation and evaporation.
It also features three back pockets with elastic tops, a moisture-resistant zip pocket and a full length YKK zip.
Costing £55, the jersey is available in both male and female specific designs with a range of colour ways available for each.
To view the full range or to order the Supernova Climachill jersey go to www.adidascycling.co.uk.
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