For cool to cold days, the addition of a GORE WINDSTOPPER base layer to your normal clothing set up will keep you warmer without adding bulky layers. Keeping sweat off your skin will keep you cool on the way up & prevent wind chill on the way down.
Keep your core warm with Giant's 3D Sleeveless Baselayer. It's made from their quick-drying, antibacterial TransTextura fabric and features a drop tail for a cycling-specific fit.
Craft's Superlight Mesh top features big-hole design for superior ventilation and cooling. • Multi-channel, hollow, polyester filament fabric • Fibers channel moisture away from the body • Antimicrobial treatment to prevent fabric odor • Ergonomic fit
- Removable D30 high-performance shock absorbing protective foam at hips - Butterfly mesh throughout ensures a second skin fit to keep targeted hip protection in place - Highly durable mesh panels at inner thigh ensure maximum venting - Custom heat-moulded foam at outer thighs offers additional protection against knocks and bumps - Flatlock seam finish ensures mobility and comfort through the rider's full range of motion - High performance, Italian-made chamois with triple-density foam, rapid sweat absorption technology, anti-bacterial properties, and Eschler top fabric - Soft brushed Boxer Style elastic waistband - Custom elastic leg hem holds the short in place - Inner lower leg opening features 'slip panel' designed to glide over protection
Giant's Women's Performance Baselayer is made from their quick-drying High-IQ 3-season fabric to keep you cool and dry no matter the conditions. It boasts flat-lock seams, a form-fitting cut and SPF 30 sun protection, too.
Giant's 3D Short Sleeve Baselayer is made from their quick-drying, antibacterial TransTextura fabric that protects your core from the wind and cold while pedaling. It features a drop tail and raglan sleeves for a comfortable, cycling-specific fit.
- Transtextura Plus fabric quickly wicks moisture and eliminates odor causing bacteria - Raglan sleeve cycling specific construction - Drop tail design for coverage
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