This Sunday we enter into the long awaited daylight saving time, finally! Lighter evenings make for longer days and the possibility of longer, beautiful days in the saddle... Riding right up until the sun drops. On days like these, comfort is key!
That's where our ICON kit comes in: a perfect blend of quality and performance, designed for year-round, long lasting comfort.
Premium fabrics and technology
The jersey and bib shorts are built with a combination of 37.5® fabric and mesh, which help to regulate core body temperature by keeping perspiration away from the skin and thus, enabling a better performance, for longer.
The 4-way stretch of the jersey and linear structured knit fabric of the bib shorts, provide unparalleled comfort due to maximum flexibility. The specifically cut ergonomic line across the shoulders of the jersey serves a similar purpose, limiting restriction once in the riding position.
Wide elasticated bands on the legs and sleeves eliminate pressure points and keep them securely in place, because if you're riding for hours on end, the last thing you want is to be constantly adjusting your kit. For the same reason, the Icon Bib shorts are designed with 3D Body Fit suspenders, to hold everything in place, without digging in.
Then, of course, there's the pad. When you're riding for long hours, there is no denying the importance of having good protection between your legs. On big ride days, the TM Evo pad built into the Icon Bib shorts will keep your bits happy.
Want to know more about our pads? Read our geeky 'Happy Bits' blog, here: Happy Bits.
Last but by no means least, spend less time worrying and more time enjoying, by keeping yourself and your stuff, safe. Reflective details will keep you visible if you're starting early or finishing late and the zipped back pocket will keep hold of your valuables.
Every detail of the ICON kit, from the design and construction, to the fabrics and pad, has been carefully thought-out to ensure a riders comfort through long days in the saddle.
Find it here: ICON
Photos by Jo Jo Harper