Beat the heat.
In the heat of battle, muscle support is just as important as aerodynamics. Fortunately, the Louis Garneau incorporates heaps of both, so you don’t have to decide between the two. The compressive fabric used in the M-2’s constructive is also dimpled for excellent aerodynamics and fatigue-reducing muscle support.
The lower portion of the suit was made from Garneau's CB Gladiator fabric. This material features a knit that has a high percentage of Lycra fibers in its composition. This means that you'll experience more muscle support in comparison to heavy polyester blends. More support translates to less muscle movement from road vibration, and thus, less muscle fatigue.
The Course Skinsuit makes use of Coldblack, alongside a host of other lightweight, meshy fabrics, to reflect the sun’s rays and reduce the amount of heat that actually gets to your body. Additionally, you’ll find compressive fabrics in the legs to better support your muscles as you motor through to T2.
There’s a full-length zipper at the front, three mesh pockets in the back, and a highly stretchy ‘nature calls’ panel that makes bathroom breaks a bit easier.
- Aerodynamic design for faster splits
- Coldblack fabric treatment
- Lightweight, meshy fabrics for maximum ventilation
- Nature Calls Panel
- Compressive leg fabric