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More power - less weight. The lightest X-Bionic biking clothing in the world. Thanks to the lightweight strategy, the Biking Race EVO products weigh up to 36 % less than their predecessors. Perfect for long training sessions or endurance competitions. Hobby cyclists as well as endurance specialists experience perfect cooling in this extremely lightweight and technical clothing. The best line for those who prefer the lightweight strategy, but do not want to miss out on functionality. Less weight for more efficiency and performance. The Race EVO wear impresses with special yarn and the maximized cooling area without reducing the performance of the technologies. The Biking Race EVO shirt is packed with patented technologies for sophisticated sweat management. The flexible form-fit guarantees excellent freedom of movement without constricting.
3D-Bionic Sphere System Leaves residual moisture on the skin that the body does not interpret as dampness. We have no sensors for sweat. We can only perceive sweat mechanically once drops form and begin to trickle down. Only at that point do we register “wet”. Sweat Traps absorb this moisture before it is felt, drawing it away to be evaporated and disposing of it through thermal dynamics. Only a thin film of moisture remains on the skin. Cooling is of course not possible without moisture.
Expansion Ribs Expansion Ribs knitted fabric fold apart based on the accordion principle, insuring that cold doesn’t cool down the elbows. Event when sharply bent during activity, the insulating effect is maintained through warm air that is already stored in the interior. The flexibility of this technology and elasticity of the yarn allow for the freedom of movement.
Sweat Traps Trap perspiration before you start to feel it. Wick perspiration away so it can evaporate using heat dynamics. A film of perspiration – too thin to be noticeable – is left behind to cool the skin.