Research has proven that 37°C is the optimal core body temperature for maximum physical output as well as rider comfort. Maintaining 37°C rider core body temperature across changing weather conditions and varying intensity levels is uniquely challenging. 37°C is part of a year-around system to optimize rider comfort and efficiency.
With 37°C, we factor in things we can control — moisture management, wind penetration, and temperature regulation, with things we can't control like changing temperature and weather conditions. 37°C also accounts for the three phases of exertion related to heat management during cool to cold weather riding: 1/ heat retention, 2/ core temperature maintenance, and 3/ breathability.
37°C utilizes a unique combination of insulating fabrics, wind/water blocking materials, layering, and strategically placed active and passive ventilation. It's the perfect riding partner every day of the year, in every weather condition.
HEAT CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
Passive venting uses low-pressure airflow over and around the rider to extract heated air from the mid-section of the rider's back. Venting heat from this area is key to not overheating as exercise intensity increases.
NEXT GENERATION METALLIC THERMAL TECH
Updated for 2017, Next Generation METALLIC THERMAL TECH provides more heat radiation surface area for increased retention of body heat. A new textured surface pattern creates a warm air space increasing effectiveness, and minimizing fabric clinging to the skin.