Fabrics made for performance.
120–160 grams per meter squared.
There is no one weight fits all in athletic wear. Every sport happens in
an environment where athletes are subjected to different amounts of heat,
wind, water, snow and temperature.
A carefully selected fabric weight ensures the wearer is dissipating heat
at a rate that ensures their body temperature remains steady and comfortable.
Athletes also often wear the same clothes after training and workouts on
the commute home so fabrics should also provide comfort and protection to the
wearer at regular times too.
We picked various fabric weights ranging from 120–160gsm depending
on style and intended purpose using our years of personal experience.
Flat seams at all major joints.
The perfect garment is a balance between style, materials and comfort.
We've nailed the first two and we solved the comfort aspect by employing
flat seams at all major joints.
You've have to wear it to understand it. We borrowed the technique from
swim wear to make the seams flat on the inside and outside without the
bulging you typically see on felled seams.
This allows the garment to wrap around your body like a single, uniform
piece of fabric.