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Rocky Mountain introduces first in-house designed Technical clothing Collection

Rocky Mountain introduces first in-house designed Technical clothing Collection

The Rocky Mountain Technical Collection drops today with three new MTB jersey options, plus a hoodie, a pair of shorts, and bib liners for men…

Wednesday, Aug 10

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The Rocky Mountain Technical Collection drops today with three new MTB jersey options, plus a hoodie, a pair of shorts, and bib liners for men and women.

Rocky Mountain says the “featherweight” jerseys “feel like AC” and implement antimicrobial fabrics and ventilation to stay fresh. Meanwhile, the subtle hoodie aims to help you stay comfy on the trail this fall and look the part while you sip a beer afterward.

The shorts seek to stay light weight, geared toward casual lunchtime trail rides — or pair with the bib liners for longer outings. And the bib itself gets an MTB-specific chamois pad plus a silicone gripper.

Also, each outerwear entry gets a safety boost via RECCO integration, which helps rescue crews find injured or incapacitated riders faster without adding extra weight or bulk.

Here are the critical points of the MTB-focused Rocky Mountain Technical Collection. Air Supply 90, Nelson 70, and Slab City 70 Jerseys

Rocky Mountain’s lightest weight jersey “for sweltering days on the trail” (claimed). Ventilated and lightweight recycled polyester to facilitate airflow and moisture movement.

Casual yet trail-specific construction and shaping like a slightly longer cut in the back waist, and reinforced seams and high wear areas. Antimicrobial fabric treatment fights odor. Variety of short and long sleeve options, plain colors or with graphics. Integrated Emergency ID tag doubles as a goggle wipe. Integrated RECCO Reflector. MSRP: $75-$90 CAD / $65-$80 USD. Expresso 90 Hoodie Polartec Power Air fabric incases internal yarns to create air pockets that capture body warmth. […]

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