It's not the lycra itself that makes you fast, it's the efficient functionality of a well-designed race suit. With stash pockets for skins, gels, beacons, and even water bottles, racers rarely need to access their pack during a race. Add special cutouts for boot buckles and there is much less fumbling during transitions.
NRG is not an acronym for Neat Racing Garment. It’s actually a cute shorthand for the word “energy”, which this suit may give you in spades. How would a racing suit do that, you ask? We can’t make sense of it, but the makers of Powerkler, the “thermo-sensitivity bio-activation textile”, try to explain here. Wearing this suit just might make you a better person.
Wild claims aside..
Picture says it all. Finally, a suit manly enough for men. This men’s skimo racing suit has a manly theme that highlights the fact that you are male. Can be worn by women.
Flannel & jeans look is perfect for lumber-sexuals and Canadians.
Two-piece design means you can optionally go shirtless or pantless.
Zipped chest pocket is good for gels and various lumberjack item..
Behold, the Plum Race Suit. Wickedly ventilated and built for speed.
High output activities in warm conditions are where this suit will shine, as sweat wicking and ventilation seem to be prioritized over insulation. Unrestricted freedom of movement, more pockets than we've ever seen in a race suit (so far), and a skin tight fit that keeps your aerodynamic drag coefficient as low..
Dynafit's Radical Racing Suit is a lightweight, form-fitting, speed machine. Designed to reduce drag and keep you comfortable, the suit uses specific ratios of materials in key areas to optimize movement and air flow. Easy access to Dynafit boot buckles and chest pockets to stash your skins make for fast transitions. Worn by champion racers around the world, the Radical Racing Suit..
The DNA is Dynafit’s new top-of-the-line racing suit; they prefer to call it a second skin. It is built with energy-infusing Nilit® Innergy fabric and is fully featured for getting up, down, and around a race course. In the stomach is a set of pockets for storing quick-access items like skins, water, gel, and more. Just pull up on the lower zipper and reach in. The reinforced cuffs..
Named after the “Tour de France of Skimo”, the Pierra Ment’ racing suit is designed to win it. Ergonomically cut with a stretchy nylon / elastane blend, the abrasion-resistant suit features an open-mesh back for maximum ventilation. It’s also the only suit on the block to feature an integrated hood, offering top protection from the elements. Now just imagine if you go and win the P..
$399.95 From $229.95
La Sportiva tried selling racing suits in North America a few years ago. Unfortunately the suits were too awesome for the nascent local market, which couldn’t stomach the nearly $600 price tag. Not a company that accepts failure, La Sportiva has managed to produce almost-as-awesome suits (just missing the previously included hood and gloves) at a *much* better price.
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$298.95 From $199.95
The Kreuzspitze skin suit is a hooded affair with all the features you’ve come to expect in lycra. Outer skin pockets are covered with an elastic flap to prevent items from falling out when you bend over. Stomach stashes are good for a beacon, energy, backup skins, you name it. Kreuzspitze stitched it together with more breathable mesh on the back, and varied the thickness of the l..
If your skis are Stealthy your race suit should be too. Sneak up on the competition in the Aski Race suit. Hide your skins in two large skin dumps on the outside. Hide you baby kangaroo in the stomach pouch. Two flapped pouches inside will hide what you put in them. Stirrups, scuff guards, and a buckle cutout area adorn the cuffs while a hood adorns your head. The Aski race suit is..