Brand new long sleeve skinsuit from CRAFT. This skinsuit with infinity C1X pad comes directly from the women's World Tour Team Orica-AIS* and is made for the 2014 season. The Skinsuit sits tight and perfectly on the body, giving optimized aerodynamics. At the bottom of the legs, there are small dots of silicone, ensuring that the legs are seated perfectly.
It is Craft's top model, which is custom made for the women's World Tour Team Orica-AIS. This means that this is a very high-quality skinsuit. The material is breathable, which ensures good comfort even when the body sweats.
The pad: This pad is made specifically for women. A seamless, anatomically-molded, antimicrobial and gender-specific pad made of Oeko-Tex-certified fabrics and foams. Swiss Technology Carbon Elastic Fabric improves moisture management and comfort throughout long rides. In addition to moisture transport and thermal regulation, carbon fibers closest to the skin have excellent antimicrobial properties without the addition of chemical treatment.
- Comfortable and with heat-regulating
- Tailored for women
- Craft Elite Pad for women
- Tight fit
- Long sleeve version
- Silicone ends on the inside of the legs and sleeves
- Original Pro team cycling clothes
Why buy a skinsuit?
The Skinsuits tight fit is made for pure speed. The skinsuit is made by the Swedish brand CRAFT, which is known for providing top quality clothing for all seasons. Skinsuits are specifically made for use during Time Trials, as they are designed to sit extremely tight on the body and with an absolute minimum amount of stitches, zippers and no pockets (only radio pocket in SS version) in an attempt to eliminate drag as much as absolutely possible.
*Team Mitchelton-Scott Women (former Orica-AIS Women) is a World Tour Team, which means that they compete at the highest level in the cycling world, for instance at the Ardennes Classics, Tour of California and Holland Ladies Tour. Team has several profiles on their team, including Amanda Spratt, Lucy Kennedy and Annemiek Van Vleuten who is the 2019 World Champion, national Dutch champion and winner of Giro Rosa - The women’s Giro d’Italia.