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Clothing Roundup: Fox Racing & PEARL iZUMi Limited Editions, Rapha, and Santini

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As the thermometer begins to spike, getting into moisture-wicking and breathable apparel can be one way to end the day with a slightly smaller puddle of sweat. From the trails to the streets, we feature a bit of everything in this clothing roundup!

Fox Racing Limited Edition Collections

Fox Racing limited edition collections

Despite the furloughed Downhill World Cup season, Fox Racing is staying on schedule with the release of their Flexair, Ranger, and Defend collections. There are quite a few options so here’s a sample including the FLEXAIR Delta Honr jersey, Ranger Drirelease jersey, and Defend shorts.

Fox Racing Flexair Delta Honr and Ranger Drirelease jersey
photo c. Fox Racing

The Delta Honr long sleeve jersey features Polartec Delta cooling fabric, a tight knit for fitted sleeves and added abrasion resistance, a size range from S-XL, and a price tag of $90. Their Ranger Drirelease jersey features moisture-wicking fabrics designed to neutralize odors, screenprint graphics, a size range from S-XL, and priced at $45.

Fox Racing Defender shorts

Wrapping up the kit are the Defend shorts. They feature 4-way stretch fabric for added comfort, ratchet closure for a secure and adjustable fit, zipper thigh pockets, water-resistant treatment, and laser perforation for added cooling. They’re available in sizes 28-40, colors including black, navy, khaki, grey, red, and blue, and a price tag of $120.

PEARL iZUMi Can’d Aid Collection

PEARL iZUMi Can'd Aid Collection
photo c. PEARL iZUMi

Put down your phone, kids. It’s time to get out and ride! The limited-edition PEARL iZUMi Can’d Aid collection is helping raise money for youth cycling. 25% of all collection sales will go to supporting PEARL’s Go program and ultimately get more kids on bikes!

PEARL iZUMi Can'd Aid Collection Men's Jerseys

The limited-edition group includes men’s and women’s jerseys and graphic tees with designs inspired by drawings from previous recipients. The men’s 3/4 sleeve jersey is currently available in sizes S-XL, features a quick-dry mesh, space for armor under the sleeves, and a price tag of $85. The women’s jersey has the same fabric and armor fit in the sleeves, is available in sizes S-L and XXL, and has a price tag of $75.

PEARL iZUMi Women's Jerseys

Their men’s and women’s t-shirt are made from a cotton & polyester blend and have screen-printed graphics. Sizes range from XS-XXL and they’re priced at $35.

Rapha Pro Team Flight Collection

Rapha Flight Print

Inspired by the flowing current-like quality of the peloton, Rapha released its Pro Team Flight Collection. The collective includes 2 jerseys, a base layer, bib shorts, and socks. Each sporting a fine-striped texture that creates a holographic appearance.

Rapha Flight Print Jersey
photo c. Rapha

Rapha’s Aero Jersey (left) features bonded seams rather than stitched for smoother panel transitions, strategically placed texture fabrics for reduced turbulence, and breathable materials to keep you cool in the sprint.The Aero Jersey is available in men’s & women’s options, sizes XS-XXL, and retails for $195. Next, the Training Jersey (right) features mesh panels for breathability, large grippers around the waist to keep it in place, and 3 rear pockets. The Training Jersey is available in men’s & women’s cuts, retail for $115, and available in XS-XXL for men and XXS-XL for women.

Rapha Flight Print Base Layer


Their Sleeveless Base Layer is designed to maximize moisture wicking around the torso with a race cut, bonded shoulder & yoke seams, and highly breathable fabrics. The Base Layer is available in men’s sizes only XS-XXL and retails for $65.

Rapha Flight Print BibsRapha Flight Print Socks

Rounding it off, their Pro Team Bib Shorts feature a 5mm dual-density chamois, wide strips of leg grippers, and a high-stretch and breathable yoke. The Bib Shorts are available in men’s sizes only XS-XXL and retails at $270. Lastly, their socks have a complimentary plaid design, moisture-wicking fabric, sized XS-XL, and retail for $20.

Santini Redux Collection

Santini Redux Collection
photo c. Santini

Italian based apparel brand Santini has launched its Redux men’s line to stand out and stay cool on hot summer roads. The colorful collection includes jerseys, bibs, and vests.

Santini Redux Fortuna Jersey

There are 2 different jerseys available in the collection. Starting from the top, the Fortuna jersey takes a minimalist approach to the build. The Fortuna features lightweight and breathable fabrics, minimal stitching for added comfort, and silicon grips to keep the top in place. It’s available in sizes XS-XXXL and retails for €190. Next, the Genio jersey features a mesh build, with thermo-bonded sleeve cuffs and front hems for added durability and comfort. It’s available in sizes XS-XXXL and priced at €170. Both jerseys have 3 rear pockets, locking zippers and reflective details.

Santini Redux Genio Vest

Next, their Genio vest gets a Ghisallo fabric build which claims to reduce drag, Polartec Alpha insulation, windproofing, and moisture-wicking properties. Upfront is a full-length locking zipper and reflective details are found around the garment. The Genio vest is priced at €160 and is available in sizes XS-XXXXL.

Santini Redux Forntuna Bib Shorts

The Fortuna bibshorts have a compression fabric to provide support, honeycomb grippers around the leg band to keep it in place, and stitch-free braces for added comfort. It also features a C3 chamois that offers anti-microbial properties and a 3D plot for additional comfort. Priced at €239

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Peter van der Rijst
Peter van der Rijst
3 years ago

I’m missing some text on the Rapha Bib-shorts.

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