The Summit Aero Mesh has been designed for those who want the very best in fabrics and design in a next-to-skin aerodynamic fitting jersey. The extremely lightweight mesh fabric is not just stretchy, but offers active cooling thanks to 37.5® Technology, which pulls moisture away from the skin, facilitating a reduction in body temperature during exertion. With three extra-wide rear pockets with expanding, bottom bellows and a zippered valuables pocket, this jersey is an excellent choice for racing conditions and all-day, warm-weather, endurance adventures alike. We developed it with the discerning rider in mind who wants the ultimate in breathability, performance and comfort.
"This jersey has a spicy, see-through mesh front panel and a rear zipper pocket for stashing valuables. The back has a more solid pinhole mesh that moves a lot of moisture—among the most in our test. Pactimo delivers some nice details, too, including a comfortable low-profile collar, expanding rear pockets, and reflective accents for better nighttime visibility."
Bicycling Magazine selected the Summit Aero Mesh as one of the best jerseys on the market for optimal moisture transfer (results based on independent lab test). Issue 4, 2021
- 37.5® Technology mesh fabric for active cooling
- Raw-edge sleeves with internal, lightweight silicone gripper strips
- Semi-auto locking zipper for one-handed venting
- Low-profile collar for aerodynamic comfort
- Wider, deeper pockets with expanding bottom bellows
- Zippered valuables pocket
- Reflective hits in optimal visibility areas
FABRICS & CONSTRUCTION:
Active Cooling Mesh Fabric: What sets this jersey apart from all the others is the use of woven Cocona particles from 37.5® Technology. Those incredible, little particles attract humidity and use your body heat to rapidly transfer perspiration from the interior to the exterior of the garment. This rapid transfer of moisture ensures a regulated body temperature and can increase athletic performance by as much as a 25% (results based on an independent University of Colorado study). This means you can ride longer and harder while staying cooler. Learn more at www.thirtysevenfive.com.