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High Fashion: CHPT3 x Garmin Biarritz LTD sustainable clothing for women, designed by women

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A limited release of 150 CHPT3 Biarritz cycling kits for women launched April 4. It’s the first kit from the Italian company designed by an entirely female team.

CHPT3 says that the three-piece capsule combines classic style with modern advancements in technical apparel and sustainability.

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Form and function is the name of the game, and the female-driven design team baked its interpretation of female athleticism and strength into the Biarritz getup. Traditionally “feminine” style and materials were dismissed in favor of bolder patterns and high-performing construction.

CHPT3 Biarritz women’s cycling kit

chp3 womens cycling kit jersey

Paneled construction provides the base layer, jersey, and cycling shorts with an ergonomic fit, shape retention, silicone grips at the hems, and non-restrictive compression throughout.

SPF 50 UV protection, antibacterial/anti-odor treatment ensure longevity.

Breathable, moisture-wicking ECONYL “regenerated” nylon, women’s specific Peloton HCS Super Air interface pad, and reflective elements offer the rider comfort and security while on the bike.

  • Jersey – $209 MSRP
  • 9″ Shorts – $239 MSRP
  • Baselayer – $69 MSRP

chp3 womens cycling kit baselayers

To scoop up one of the limited-run women’s kits, pedal on over to chp3.com. Remember, there’s not a lot to go around.

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1 year ago

headliner outfit is pretty awful, reminds me of the horrible Castorama team kits from the early 90s. But I’m not the target audience, maybe women will like it.

John gladis
John gladis
1 year ago

The actual web page photo shoot is simply questionnable. Unhealthy.

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