Brand new Assos short sleeve RoadSuit_S7 from the Continental division of the World Tour Team Dimension Data*. Made for the 2019 season.
In the pursuit of every advantage the Assos RoadSuit_S7 is the answer. This prototype short sleeve speedsuit is developed in close collaboration with the pro riders from Team Dimension Data. This mean only the best fabric is used to cut this racing speedsuit.
The outcome is a suit made for racing with aerodynamics and comfort in mind. The fabric is lightweight and breathable for the best comfort and performance. The airy miniCheck textile is applied for the front panel, which is a highly elastic 3D knit fabric that’s been specifically developed with breathability and aerodynamics in mind. At the rear, the Stabilizator V7 textile is incorporated, which stabilizes the upper with its limited vertical-stretch composition, especially when the pockets are loaded up.
The lower part features a laser-cut leg gripper to keep the suit in the perfect place for ultimate comfort. The chamois used is the CENTO S7 EVO pad that offers reliable comfort and hold on every ride thanks to the 10 mm thick and soft memory foam. Thanks to the GOLDENGATE technology, where the seat pad is only sewn on the pad at some edges, it offers increased freedom of movement and follows all your movements. This reduces friction caused by seams and increases comfort.
- Brand new
- Made for best aerodynamic and comfort
- Lightweight and breathable
- Triple-ramp 3-pockets system
- Racing fit
- Built-in radio pocket
- Laser-cut leg grippers
- Assos Cento Evo S7 chamois
*Dimension Data for Qhubeka cycling team was a sub-division of the Dimension Data Pro Cycling team which was a World Tour Team. The Dimension Data for Qhubeka Continental division acted as a supply chain for the Pro Tour Team which competed at the highest level in the cycling world. A successful team with stage wins in Giro d'Italia, Tour Down Under, Paris-Nice and the European Championships. Team Dimension Data had several well-known team profiles, including Roman Kreuziger, Michael Valgren, Edvald Boasson Hagen, the South African national road race champion Ryan Gibbons and the European time trial champion Victor Campenaerts.