Gone are the days when going “base-layer-less” during a race or warm spring tour is the only way to keep your core temperature in check. Most of the time, baselayers are thought of as a way to stay warm, but unbeknownst to many, they can also play a big role in keeping you cool. The fish-net design seen on the Sonic Pull (shirt) is incredibly popular among the cycling community, especially in the summer. This is because of the unmatched ability to pull your jacket away from your skin by creating thousands of small air pockets. The air pockets allow air to circulate and make sweat disappear quicker than ever, keeping you cool and dry. The ultimate baselayer for any high output activity in any condition? Quite possibly.