Ale Wind Race Jacket
Ale Wind Race Jacket
Ale Wind Race LS Jacket
If you love nothing more than riding fast in winter, then Ale's Wind Race Jacket is just for you.
A slim racing fit and Windtex Pro windproof protection work in perfect harmony to give you the very best technical winter cycling jacket. Winter cycling needn't just be about long, slow, steady miles, an injection of intensity and speed is always nice to keep the memory of summer fitness in the legs. The Wind Race Jacket is designed to excel when you're riding hard, maintaining body temperature in cold conditions so you stay warm but at the same time wicking away sweat quickly and efficiently as the pace is pushed on.
Windtex Pro at the front faces into the weather, providing complete protection from icy blasts and excellent water repellency, while the rear sees highly breathable but insulating Superroubaix Aero used to ensure perspiration can easily escape, leaving you dry and comfortable. The fit of the Wind Jacket is optimised to be smooth and efficient through the air, the high stretch fabrics allowing Ale to tailor it with a close fit while still maintaining easy freedom of movement. Bonded seam technology keeps the jacket smooth too and also has the added benefits of eliminating irritating seams and boosting durability.
For shorter days and evening training the jacket also features the all-important reflective details to keep you safe and seen as darkness falls. Windtex Pro - Windproof, water resistant, breathable. Superroubaix Aero - insulating warmth.
Bonded Technology. Body Mapping. Reflective details for safety.
Coated water-repellent zipper. Fleece mesh lining inside the collar. Zippered pocket at the back.
Die-cut wrists. Suggested temperature range 6 to 12 Degrees C.
Inner: 85% Polyester, 15% Elastane (Spandex).
Main: 87% Polyamide (Nylon), 13% Elastane (Spandex)... more details.
|Wind Race LS Jacket Specification|
|Jackets Type||Long Sleeve|
|Material||Elastane, Polyamide, Polyester|
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Alé (pronounced similar to Allez, and not like Ale) is an Italian clothing brand located in Castel d'Ario, Lombardy, which began life as recent as 2013. It's parent company APG has much experience in manufacturing performance cycle wear since 1986, for companies such as Nike, and kit for teams such as Discovery and Motorola. Sister companies include DMT (cycling shoes) and (Mario) Cipollini bikes, so it's to say they know what they are doing. Their product ranges are aimed at road cyclists, and manufacturing still takes place in Italy, as opposed to using far eastern factories. The colours used in their garments tend to be bright (and possibly a touch garish in some cases!), but have proved popular amongst European cyclists. Wiggle were one of the first retailers in the UK to stock the Alé ranges, which are slowly gaining a reputation for being expensive yet quality garments.
To find out more about Alé, please visit https://www.alecycling.com/en/, or you can read a piece that Cycling Weekly wrote upon visiting their factory in Italy.