April 01, 2016
by VeloNews Magazine
“The super-breathable Ascent Air 2.0 has a slim fit that doesn’t feel restrictive. There’s plenty of room for a jacket or vest in the three rear pockets, and you can run your earbuds through the loop in the collar. The fabric sports UPF+15 protection while it wicks away perspiration to keep things cool and comfortable.”
The Ascent Air has been designed with slim-fit, breathability in mind and is an excellent choice for long, hot days in the saddle. The entire back and side panels have been constructed with Zero-Weight Mesh and the front and arms feature Speedskin™, the same material we use in our tri garments. A full-length zipper allows you to open it up for even more breathability and 3 full-size pockets allow you to pack plenty of food for the day.
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