DeFeet Introduces line of ICE Products

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Riding a bike in hot weather conditions puts serious demands on your body. DeFeet created the new ICE™ base layer top and ArmSkins™ to help keep your body cooler, more comfortable and efficient. ICE™ also has the added benefit of extreme abrasion resistance in the event of a fall. Give your body what it’s asking for: cool, protective, Tour de France proven ICE™ products from DeFeet.

Revolutionary Tuf ‘n Lite Cool® fiber in the UnD ICE™ actually keeps your body cooler than bare skin. This base layer is for temperatures from 80 – 100+ degrees Fahrenheit. Ride with the peace of mind knowing that in the unfortunate event of a crash, UnD ICE™ is by far the best abrasion-resistance insurance you can own. Find out what Tour de France champions know from experience: UnD ICE™ works like no other cycling base layer ever made. Air flow dramatically increases the cooling effect of the UnD ICE™. DeFeet recommends combining UnD ICE™ with a full-zip jersey.

DeFeet ArmSkins™ are renowned world-wide for their great fit, perfectly balanced warmth and durability. NEW ArmSkins ICE™blow away conventional wisdom, offering unprecedented cooling and protection for cyclists arms on 80 – 100+ degree days. Made from the amazing Tuf ‘n Lite Cool® fiber, ArmSkins ICE™ provide remarkable abrasion resistance and sun protection for cyclists arms. Skin can take a terrible beating on a bicycle from exposure and accidents. Traditionally, cyclist had no options while riding in heat. Bare skin was the only way to go. Now there is protection and relief from heat with ArmSkins ICE™.

About the author: Thien Dinh

Thien Dinh gained most his cycling knowledge the old fashioned way, by immersing himself in the sport. From 2007 to early 2013, Thien served as RoadBikeReview Site Manager, riding daily while putting various cycling products through its paces. A native of California, Thien also enjoys tinkering with photography and discovering new music.


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