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Specialized 74 Wool Sweater
$150.00
1974 is the year it all began for Specialized, and what better way to celebrate over forty years of innovation than with their retro 74 Wool sweater. 100% Merino wool keeps you toasty, while a slim fit and a full-length zipper keep you looking classy.
Specialized 3L Tech Bibs
$450.00
When you're riding snow-covered trails, you're going to meet many of the same distinct issues that plague skiers and snowmobilers alike, and that's snow infiltrating your clothing. So when Specialized partnered with 686 to create a line of winter clothing, they thought, what better place to start than with the new 686 x Specialized 3L Tech Bibs? Starting with the materials, they feature a three-layer woven fabric shell with the venerable infiDRY 20. Now, three layers might sound thick and cumbersome, but really, this material is no different than what's found on some of your favorite jackets or pants. Almost paper thin, the exterior layer handles wind and water resistance (20,000mm), while the intermediary layer consists of a highly breathable membrane (20,000gm2) that keeps vapor moving up and out of the bibs to eliminate any clammy sensations. Lastly, the interior layer is designed to be soft against the skin, greatly increasing the comfort of the piece as a whole. The end result? You're guaranteed to ride dry and with a consistent level of warmth and protection. Moving on to the construction, you'll find that all of the seams are fully taped and waterproof, while even the exposed zippers are treated to be water-resistant. Taking this a step further, the bibs also include leg gaiters with Lycra stretch panels and a bootlace hook. Together, this system works to keep snow and moisture from traveling up the pants. Meanwhile, however, the natural bib design with malleable elastic suspenders prevents snow from entering the suit at the waist—especially when paired with a jacket. And lastly, they built the 3L Tech bibs with a relaxed fit that accommodates layering, so you're always going to have a healthy amount of room for a full range of movement in the saddle. There's also a leg gusset with an invisible zipper closure, plus a rear SWAT pocket to house your ride essentials or nutrition while out on the trail.
Specialized 3L Tech Bibs - Women's
$450.00
When you're riding snow-covered trails, you're going to meet many of the same distinct issues that plague skiers and snowmobilers alike, and that's snow infiltrating your clothing. So when Specialized partnered with 686 to create a line of winter clothing, they thought, what better place to start than with the new 686 x Specialized Women's 3L Tech Bibs? Starting with the materials, they feature a three-layer woven fabric shell with the venerable infiDRY 20. Now, three layers might sound thick and cumbersome, but really, this material is no different than what's found on some of your favorite jackets or pants. Almost paper thin, the exterior layer handles wind and water resistance (20,000mm), while the intermediary layer consists of a highly breathable membrane (20,000gm2) that keeps vapor moving up and out of the bibs to eliminate any clammy sensations. Lastly, the interior layer is designed to be soft against the skin, greatly increasing the comfort of the piece as a whole. The end result? You're guaranteed to ride dry and with a consistent level of warmth and protection. Moving on to the construction, you'll find that all of the seams are fully taped and waterproof, while even the exposed zippers are treated to be water-resistant. Taking this a step further, the bibs also include leg gaiters with Lycra stretch panels and a bootlace hook. Together, this system works to keep snow and moisture from traveling up the pants. Meanwhile, however, the natural bib design with malleable elastic suspenders prevents snow from entering the suit at the waist—especially when paired with a jacket. And lastly, they built the 3L Tech bibs with a relaxed fit that accommodates layering, so you're always going to have a healthy amount of room for a full range of movement in the saddle. There's also a leg gusset with an invisible zipper closure, plus a rear SWAT pocket to house your ride essentials or nutrition while out on the trail.
Specialized 3L Tech Jacket
$500.00
Riding in the snow, backcountry, or both, has its own set of rules, and Specialized believes that the clothes you ride in should, too. That's why they partnered with 686 to design and engineer a collection of winter bike clothing and outerwear that can withstand any condition and keep coming back for more. - Three-layer woven shell fabric with infiDRY 20 (20,000mm water-resistance / 20,000gm2 breathability) is light and airy, keeping you protected from the elements without sacrificing comfort or breathability. - Fully taped waterproof seams and water-resistant exposed zippers protect common points of water infiltration, keeping you dry and protected as you ride. - Air-Flo upper arm vents are designed for singlehanded use, giving you the ability to dump heat on-the-fly with ease. - Mesh vented pocket provides ample storage for your ride essentials or nutrition. - Internal audio pocket safely secures your electronics away from the elements, making it simple and safe to listen to your tunes while you're out on the trail. - Adjustable powder skirt with Lycra stretch panel prevents any snow from creeping up or down your back, whether it's from wheel-spray, hiking through powder, or the inevitable bail. - Adjustable Lycra sleeve gussets interface perfectly with gloves, so you won't experience any unwanted drafts at the sleeve openings. - Equipped with RECCO Advanced Avalanche Rescue Technology. - 3M reflective cuff tabs and trims increase your visibility to other riders or motorists in low-light conditions. - Adjustable hood with rain visor keeps water from seeping into the neck opening, as well as keeping your head nice and dry. - Adjustable hem with fold-out spray skirt prevents moisture buildup from entering the jacket. - Double-sided SWAT access and vent zipper on the back make accessing jersey or bib pockets a breeze when you have gloves on. - Relaxed Fit is comfortable and loose against the body, allowing for ample layering underneath.
Specialized 3L Tech Jacket - Women's
$500.00
Riding in the snow has its own set of rules, and Specialized believes that the clothes you ride in should, too. That's why they partnered with 686 to design and engineer a women's winter bike jacket that can withstand any condition and keep coming back for more. - Three-layer woven shell fabric with infiDRY 20 (20,000mm water-resistance / 20,000gm2 breathability) is light and airy, keeping you protected from the elements without sacrificing comfort or breathability. Fully taped waterproof seams and water-resistant exposed zippers protect common points of water infiltration, keeping you dry and protected as you ride. - Air-Flo upper arm vents are designed for singlehanded use, giving you the ability to dump heat on-the-fly with ease. - Mesh vented pocket provides ample storage for your ride essentials or nutrition. - Internal audio pocket safely secures your electronics away from the elements, making it simple and safe to listen to your tunes while you're out on the trail. - Adjustable powder skirt with Lycra stretch panel prevents any snow from creeping up or down your back, whether it's from wheel-spray, hiking through powder, or the inevitable bail. - Adjustable Lycra® sleeve gussets interface perfectly with gloves, so you won't experience any unwanted drafts at the sleeve openings. - Equipped with RECCO Advanced Avalanche Rescue Technology. - 3M reflective cuff tabs and trims increase your visibility to other riders or motorists in low-light conditions. - Adjustable hood with rain visor keeps water from seeping into the neck opening, as well as keeping your head nice and dry. - Reflective sleeve pull-tabs enable you to dial-in the fit, while also increasing your visibility to others. - Adjustable hem with fold-out spray skirt prevents moisture buildup from entering the jacket. - Double-sided SWAT access and vent zipper on the back make accessing jersey or bib pockets a breeze when you have gloves on.
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