Melbourne-based apparel company MAAP produce some stylish kits and their new September collection is no exception. The collection matches with the changing season in both the northern and southern hemisphere. Beneath the new attractive patterns is also the new ergonomic Team Bib 2.0 with a redesigned chamois.
The latest from MAAP is apparel that was developed using road testing and lab-based performance analysis. The new collection includes the Team Bib 2.0 that have a new chamois, MAAP continue to use their wind-tunnel tested Hex-tech fabric for a comfortable and aerodynamic fit on the jerseys and the pre-dyed Pro Base material is used as it retains it’s colour and fit wash after wash so the kit is long lasting can can handle all your riding.
“The release of the Team Bib 2.0 isn’t simply the culmination of a research and design roadmap for us here at MAAP – it’s applying a combination of experiences, feedback and product testing from over 15 years of riding and racing,” explained MAAP co-founder Jarrad Smith.
As the piece of kit which is a riders connection with the bicycle, developing the new chamois was very important.
“The chamois is a core element that really has the ability to make or break a garment,” said Adaptive Human Performance founder and sports scientist Ken Ballhause. “The development of the Team Bib 2.0 provides a substantial improvement to ride quality, through the application of ergonomic concepts, anatomical considerations and knowledge of the demands of modern-day cycling.”
To showcase the new line of apparel, MAAP ambassadors from Australia, Italy, Switzerland and Sweden gathered in the Julian Alps in Slovenia.
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