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Terrain for Enduro & Aggressive Trail Riding

Terrain for Enduro & Aggressive Trail Riding


Durable, hard-wearing fabrics in the Terrain Collection provide the breathability and protection you’ve come to expect from a trail kit designed for the love of speed.
 

 

Breathability is essential for any jersey.

That's why we've used the extremely durable yet highly wicking DynamiK™ fabric throughout the primary panels of the Terrain jersey. BreathLite side-panel and under-arm fabric has been engineered to increase stretch and further aid breathability. This combination makes for the most durable and well-fitting iteration of the Terrain Jersey yet.
 

Female cyclist wearing a Terrain MTB Jersey in a light rain

 


Dual-direction leg-zip system brings 3 distinct features to the short.

When zipped up from the leg opening, a mesh gusset is revealed allowing up to 7cm of extra circumference to accommodate pads or personal preference. This mesh gusset also serves to ventilate on hot days. When the top zipper pull is zipped down, it reveals a backward-facing pocket, perfect for cards, keys, small tools or any other items you want secured.


The waistband is fitted and has a large elastic “belt”, utilizing hook and webbing to dial in fit. A dual button and zip-fly provide a secure closure.

The tenacious, 4-way elasticity of StretchForce fabric in The Terrain Shorts provides the flexibility, movement and durability necessary for navigating each trail’s obstacles.

A stretch-knit, Nylon panel has been set-in to the upper-back of the short, providing both breathability and extra stretch where you need it most in the short.

Men's Terrain Shorts - Black

Terrain Shorts - Men's

Terrain Jersey Colors: Red, Blue, Black


"The Terrain shorts would be a welcome addition to anyone’s gear bag. I honestly couldn’t ask for better fit and function."

BikeRadar


Male and female cyclists ripping through the trees

Male and female cyclists ridding a trail through the trees
 


Female cyclist riding downhill on a trail


Pair with...
 

 

We've designed the Tellus Bib and Short Liners to be super featherweight (4.5 ounces in a men's size medium) while also guaranteeing all-day comfort over varied terrain.
 

 

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.  

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.




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