Ale has debuted a new graphene-based jersey called the Velocity G+, touting “better interaction between the body and the fabric” thanks to the sophisticated nature of the hi-tech fabric that’s designed to strengthen the membrane of the material and allows the body to better regulate the heat.
“The Velocity G+ is able to effectively equalize body temperature, creating the ideal microclimate to keep cyclists comfortable even in the most unpleasant weather conditions making it highly breathable and lightweight,” explains the Italian brand.
The Velocity G+ jersey uses Core G+ featuring Graphene G+ technology. In tests conducted in a climate chamber, CORE G+ was shown to help equalize body temperature.
In addition to graphene, the Velocity G+ also features sleeves that are made from Ale’s Clima Aero fabric aimed at increasing the rider’s aerodynamic signature by reducing airflow across the jersey.
The Velocity G+ jersey sells for a hefty $260.00, which is available in blue, orange and black with sizes ranging from small to XXL.