November 25, 2015 0 Comments
To celebrate our collaboration with Isadore we are giving our subscribers a chance to own some very special limited edition top quality cycling kit. Isadore Apparel represents the finest in cycling kit manufacture. The company is the brainchild of accomplished Tour de France riders, twin brothers Martin and Peter Velits, meaning their range is designed by professional riders with many years' experience of racing at the highest level. The kit is manufactured by hand in their home town in Slovakia. We have a very limited amount of exclusive'Conquista by Isadore' men's jerseys and bibshorts available.
The unique asymmetric jersey is made from a merino-rich bi-component fabric - a special combination of the finest merino wool and synthetic fibres, with the Conquista logo proudly embroidered on the left chest. The offset zip gives the wearer an unusually comfortable collar.
The bibshorts are made from two types of Italian Power Lycra ensuring they offer maximum comfort and durability. The chamois is made with 4D technology and is totally seamless. This revolutionary pad has 4 layers which optimise shock and impact absorption. The Conquista logo sits on the left rear of the bibs.
To guarantee your unique piece of Conquista heritage head over to our online shop while stocks last. Click the links below to go directly to the products.
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