Rapha Crit collection is here and ready for twilight racing

Total reflectivity aero and leave the safety pins at home.

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Rapha announces Crit Collection

Rapha is ready for the mean streets of crit racing – launching a collection that matches the intensity and fun of this breathtaking discipline. In true Rapha fashion, there are some fresh takes on classics like number placement, and the Aerosuit overall.

Matching the pace

The Rapha Crit collection is the kit to match railing corners and turning heads. This season, Rapha comes back with a race-ready kit to the fast and frenetic world of criterium racing. Incorporating reflective logos for night races, specially designed see-through pockets for race numbers, and a sleek, minimal design for speed, the Crit Collection has been designed for the specific needs of circuit racing. Consisting of an Aerosuit, Jersey, Bib Shorts, and Women’s Crit Jersey, the collection features a silver fabric dye to resemble an oil slick, inspired by the notion of moving through the city landscape.

Race ready features

The Crit Aerosuit and Jersey feature three rear pockets overlaid with a layer of transparent mesh. A small opening allows you to slide your race number beneath the outer mesh layer, where it’s visible, or pin it to the suit without damaging it.

The Pro Team Crit Bib Shorts and Crit Aerosuit are cut longer in the leg and the redesigned Pro Team Bibs have been constructed with just a single seam in the shorts to streamline airflow for aerodynamic advantage. Jersey is available in both Grey and Blue.

Pricing:
PRO TEAM JERSEY in both colors: $165
PRO TEAM BIB SHORTS: $245
PRO TEAM AEROSUIT: $315
WOMEN’S CRIT JERSEY: $165

For more news on the Crit collection sprint over to Rapha.com

About the author: Jordan Villella

Jordan comes from the steep streets of Pittsburgh PA, where he learned to dodge cars and rip single track. He has been involved in nearly every aspect of the cycling industry: from turning wrenches, store design, clothing production and bike park creation. Jordan spends his free time racing cross country and cyclocross around North America, though he has been know to enduro every now and then. His love of cycling is only second to his love of his family and punk rock.


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