Leave it to the Italians to have it all figured out when it comes to cycling clothing. Giordana understands that with the right fabric applications and careful tailoring, winter cycling jackets needn't be heavy, baggy pieces. But the Laser Jacket is special in this regard -- it's a heavy-duty garment that hardly looks the part, due to its slimming profile and race-oriented design. The Laser Jacket differs from Giordana's Fusion Jacket largely in its slimming, anatomic fit. Maximizing warmth while retaining a slender cut can be attributed to the Laser's smooth and aerodynamic HD44TM fabric construction -- a three-layer material designed to maximize moisture-transfer, keeping you warm and dry. Against the skin, the jacket has a soft and breathable microfiber that traps body heat and acts as a lightweight insulating layer. As an added protective measure against the elements, an elastic WindTex membrane lives beneath the jacket's face fabric. This membrane both blocks the wind and repels light moisture accumulations, protecting you from any potential inclement weather on the road. The Giordana Laser Jacket is equipped with a full-length locking zipper for simple one-handed operation. Three rear pockets, and an additional zippered security pocket, provide plenty of room for storing your essentials. Reflective piping along the back pockets keep you safe in low light conditions Choose from six sizes, Small through XXX-Large, and in either White/black or Black/white colors.
[url=http://www.novemberbicycles.com/blog/2013/1/22/aerodynamic-drag-of-lasers-vs-cx-rays.html]November Bicycles: Race smart. - November Bicycles Blog - Aerodynamic Drag of Lasers vs CX-Rays[/url]
Seems like it saves 1 watt. Also I didn't realize that CX-Rays were that much more expensive.Read More »
[url=http://www.laser-spoke.com/index.php/project]Project | Laser-spoke[/url]
I'm surprised that not a lot of people talk more about this.
I'm seriously considering joining their beta tester program and get my hand on one.Read More »
Looking for an investment? Here's a start up that has a different take on a power meter:
[url=http://www.gizmag.com/laser-spoke-power-output/22558/]Laser Spoke measures cyclists' power output[/url]
If they can make it a little more compact they may be onto something. It looks like crap the w ... Read More »