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2009 Sugoi Road Bicycle Clothing

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STRAIGHT FROM THE OL’ PRESS RELEASE: For 2009 Sugoi has introduced a new way of imagining technical apparel which includes a head-to-toe range of outstanding cycling-specific clothing developed through more than 20 years of passionate efforts. It contains both an outstanding colourful design combined with new fabrics like Mobil Carbon and Gobi. Brand new are the categories Equipment and Culture. The Equipment Line includes SUGOI’s proprietary fabrics and 3-D patterning. The constant innovation makes this line-up the benchmark for modern athletic fit, performance and versatility.

Equipment Highlights: RS Series
SUGOI’s RS Series combines proprietary innovative fabric and chamois technologies with advanced fit and detailing for true pro-level performance. Brand new Gobi fabric and FinoStretch jerseys, award-winning shorts and outstanding accessories make up the dynamic RS package.

Gobi is the new benchmark for ultimate hot weather performance: This ultra-light polyester micro fiber is knit in a unique diamond-shaped structure that provides superior moisture management along with mesh-like breathability and ventilation with exceptional non-transparent coverage. Gobi’s new yarn and knitting process also offers superior abrasion and snag-resistance and exceptional Lycra-free stretch for comfortable form fit.

Read “more” to see pics of the rest of the line…

2009 Sugoi men’s RS jersey (above) and short (below).

2009 Sugoi women’s RS Jersey and shorts.

The ladies also get these cool pirate skull & crossbones arm warmers.  Seriously…where’s the pirate stuff for us men folk?

…and a few of the other color schemes and styles available.

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