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Perspective, Light + Color

Inspired by high fashion, architecture and the colors of the winter season, our ES Jersey Stained Glass offering aims to break through constrained or expected styles for cycling.  At its core, the Stained Glass Jersey is a visual representation of what goes into every piece we make--a nod to the various lenses from which we create clothing and a chance to tell a story the way stained glass, itself does: boldly, full of movement, color and light.

The Stained Glass collection found itself best suited to our ES Jersey: with fewer seams, there is a smooth and expansive canvas to display the unique pattern and colors. This fit is our most articulated of our jerseys boasting top aerodynamic properties with a focus on performance. Following the silhouette common in pro cycling, the ES Jersey sports slightly longer (short) sleeves made with our ultralight perforated stretch fabric, an artfully constructed piece aimed at high output riding without feeling overbuilt.

 

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Men's Bib Short Guide

Men's Bib Short Guide

Compare our complete range of bib shorts for men to find the perfect pair for your needs. From all-day high compression support to hot weather light weight climbers, there's a Velocio bib short designed to enhance every ride.
Women's Bib Short Guide

Women's Bib Short Guide

Compare our complete range of bib shorts for women to find the perfect pair for your needs. From all-day high compression support to hot weather light weight climbers, there's a Velocio bib short designed to enhance every ride.
Jacket & Vest Guide

Jacket & Vest Guide

We've developed a collection that suits a wide range of conditions - all to keep you comfortable and focused on the ride. Our guide outlines temps and conditions where each layer excels and to provide some insight into what will work best for you as as you plan your next ride and a recommendation on how to pair each piece with a potential layer.

ZERO Collection

ZERO Collection

There was a time when cold weather merely meant toughening up, that one was forced to choose between suffering through cold or not riding at all... 

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