Assos long sleeve skinsuit from the World Tour Team Dimension Data* made for the 2019 season.
This skinsuit is made for the best possible balance between speed and support. It is designed and engineered to be a second skin, gaining ultimate aerodynamics, superb comfort and the highest level of support.
The main textile on the upper half of the suit is developed in the wind tunnel and featuring a woven jacquard 3D-structure that’s noted for exceptional moisture management, breathability, compressive qualities, and slippery speed.
The A-Lock Engineering is used to brace the shorts and ensure they remain stabilized in the most difficult against-the-clock environments. Just two panels are used, with a primary “butterfly” panel fully wrapping the legs and converging in the rear to form our ergoBox structure.
Bringing the suit together is a zipper placed on the front for easy access. The sleeves are held in place by a silicone band, and so is the raw-cuttet legs end.
The chamois used for this unique skinsuit is Assos Mille insert, a light, fast-drying, breathable insert employing a three-layer foam with the anti-friction, goldenGate technology, which allows the insert to float for even better comfort and prevent saddle-sore.
The skinsuit has never been used, but only washed and are therefore in mint condition.
- As new
- Made for ultimate aerodynamics, comfort and performance
- Feature Assos A-lock engineering system, Woven Jacquard 3D-Structure, Butterfly system and ergoBox fit system
- Ultra-tight fitting - A second skin
- Assos Mille chamois for superb comfort
- Zipper on front
- Silicone to keep the sleeves and legs secure in place
- Designed in collaboration with Team Dimension Data
*Dimension Data (from 2020 NTT Pro Cycling) is a World Tour Team, which means that they compete at the highest level in the cycling world. In 2015 Team Dimension Data was the first African-based cycling team to compete at the Tour de France. Dimension Data has several profiles on their team including Roman Kreuziger, Michael Valgren, Edvald Boasson Hagen, the South African national road race champion Ryan Gibbons and the current European time trial champion Victor Campenaerts.