The race jersey is ergonomically designed to make your saddle time beautiful. The shoulders, arms and side panels are constructed from light, Italian Airmesh fabric(80g/m). The aero cut, has extended sleeve length keeping the jersey fitted and in place regardless if sprinting or climbing. The special structure of AirMesh creates larger surface for the moisture to evaporate on the outside to creating a drier riding climate. A full YKK zip, gives additional adaptability as the sun rises and the low profile collar adds to the hot weather focused design. The material covering the back of the jersey (100g/m) promotes free airflow over the rider and matches the garment’s performance with style.
Named after one of our favourite climbs, the jersey features a deep, reinforced pocket structure and uses a dual fabric silicon waist gripper allows the jersey to be loaded up without it losing shape on the bike. Weighing in at less than 160grams, the Soller is the ideal jersey to wear without without a baselayer in 18-30 degreesC.
Ultra Lightweight Mesh arms and side panel Construction
High Wicking & Fast Drying
Superb Core Temperature Control
Coll de Soller rises less than 500m above sea level, but that doesn’t stop it from attracting thousands of cyclists each and every year. It is located on Ma-11A, the old road connecting Palma and the town of Soller, which is almost traffic free now since the Soller tunnel was opened in 1997. Both climbs reaching the summit, from the south (Palma) and from the north (Soller), are quite interesting as there are over 50 hairpin bends on the road.