Gravelnaut Cycle Jersey mens - For delivery end of June
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HUUB Gravelnaut Cycle Jersey
Gravelnauts are explorers, cyclists with a spirit for epic adventures, challenging themselves without races by exploring new spaces. Being a Gravelnaut is about exploration and making adventure accessible to everyone - seeking out fresh environments, extreme conditions, or deeper levels of suffering.
A new generation of cyclists inspired to view the mundane with a more inquisitive eye, finding their own adventures in local surroundings, and sharing their stories with each other. Gravel is a gateway to exploration - of the self and the world.
HUUB joined forces with Ashton Lambie and fellow USA cyclist, Dr Christina Birch, for the Gravelnaut project. After several years in the professional track scene, the pair strive to bring a new level of inclusivity to cycling, specifically gravel racing.
Originally a gravel rider from Kansas known for his Trans-Kansas record, Ashton transitioned to the track in 2017 and quickly made a name for himself with a 4km individual pursuit record, before joining HUUB Wattbike.
The other 50% of the Gravelnaut explorers is 3x World Cup medalist Christina Birch, who was a key catalyst in getting the Gravelnaut project off the ground. Christina had her debut gravelseason last year and podiumed at DK, and every other gravel race she entered.
- Full-length HUUB Cam Lock Zipper
- Lightweight breathable mesh underarm panels
- Three piped pocket rear design with side zipper
- Arms Neutral™ set sleeves
HUUB’s Cam Lock Zipper:
No one likes a zipper coming undone or pulling down when you don’t need it to! HUUB’s Cam Lock Zipper locks in place until you activate it by simply lifting the puller. Once activated you don’t need to pull the zipper down, just pull your clothing apart!
Arms Neutral™ Set Sleeves:
HUUB created Arms Neutral to enhance the body position most held during your activity and is a feature originally derived from our wetsuits. The cycling kit sleeves are cut in an arms forward position, to create neutral fabric tension on the body in your most held position.