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RACING Stripes is built on RACING, the most advanced garments in our collection. Using FormDimple through the sleeve and back, we have created a textured surface that decreases drag coefficient and improves aerodynamics in regions exposed to high-velocity airflow. The jersey is finished off with LuxLite through the chest for exceptional body and hand feel.
• Sleeve & Back: 156 gsm, 82% poly, 18% Lycra, dimpled knit
• Body: 150 gsm, 30% Lycra, 70% poly, warp-knit fabric
• Milled in Italy with incredible hand feel
• FormDimple decrease drag and improves aerodynamic
• Elastic waist hem
• Three rear pockets
• Hidden Zip Side-Pocket
• Set-in sleeve construction
• Race Fit
Cycling Jerseys have gone through many iterations. From beige and bland to visually noisy and laden with sponsors. From irritating wool to the unsustainable use of silk. But one thing has remained almost ubiquitous – the classic stripe. This is our version. Built with performance fabrics the peloton would be proud of.
"Good morale in cycling comes from good legs." – Sean Yates
FormDimple decreases the drag coefficient by effectively creating a larger boundary layer around an object - in our case, the arm and upper back. This helps airflow stay tighter to the surface of the fabric, decreasing turbulence, and improving overall aerodynamics.
Zoned Fabric Construction is what we have called the specific arrangement of key aerodynamic fabrics to achieve decreased drag. We have used FormDimple in regions of high wind velocity (shoulder and arms, upper back) to increase the boundary layer, and smoothen the air flow. This has been proven to decrease the Coefficient of Drag by recorded decreases in turbulence, ultimately increasing bike speed. Studies have shown this improvements over a 90km time trial of 45 - 67.5 seconds.
F*&k being the fastest. These striped jerseys are dedicated to the forgotten heroes of cycling's rich tapestry, famed as much for their lunatic attacks as they are their palmeres.