The Versatile Tellus for MTB

The Versatile Tellus for MTB


The Tellus Collection has been designed for those who not only want lightweight comfort and active breathability, but who also want a kit that speaks to individual style.

— Extremely versatile —

The Tellus can be worn in all your warm weather, off-road epic pursuits...
from all-day gravel grinds to fast singletracks to XC...or in this case, a two-day bikepacking adventure.
 


We didn’t want to bog the Tellus collection down
with excessive bells and whistles.

Instead, we chose to focus on creating an off-road kit that disappears on your body and guarantees all-day comfort.

See details about the Tellus Kit
 


 


 

The bib-upper features a unique 3-pocket design to maximize packability for long rides. The center pocket is tall enough to securely hold a 22 oz water bottle or phone, while the outer pockets have tapered openings to allow easy access to smaller items like nutrition.

A Nylon/Spandex stretch-mesh throughout the Tellus Bib Liner maximizes breathability and wicking while mesh-knit leg bands (with soft silicone grippers) ensure a secure fit.

We sourced a top-of-the-line, Elastic Interface® chamois for the Tellus Liners. We love it for the exceptional pad and because the smaller footprint won’t get hung up on your saddle.  




 



 

 

 

SEE THE ENTIRE TELLUS COLLECTION

Tellus Shorts are woven with tiny Cocona particles from 37.5® Technology. Those amazing, little particles attract humidity and use your body heat to rapidly transfer perspiration from the interior to the exterior of the garment so you stay cool and dry through exertion.

The combined weight of jersey, shorts and bib liner is a mere 12.5 ounces.
 



Tony Kelsey - Pactimo's VP of Marketing
About The Author

Tony Kelsey has 20 years of marketing experience, previously serving as the Global Vice President of creative for an international, $1B IT solutions consultance. Although self-proclaimed "mediocre" racer in high school, his intense passion for cycling and bicycles in general has never waned. Today he is the Marketing VP at Pactimo and frequently writes about cycling as a sport and hobby @tonykelsey