RCC Pro Team Midweight Bundle
RCC Pro Team Midweight Jersey
For 2017, Rapha’s range of short sleeve Pro Team cycling jerseys has been completely redesigned. Using knowledge and feedback gathered from cyclists at the top of the sport, the range offers three new options designed for a wide range of temperatures. The RCC Pro Team Midweight Jersey is the warmest of the three. Made of the same 155gsm fabric as the 2016 Pro Team Training Jersey, it is ideal for training and racing in mild to warm weather.
The aerodynamically-proven Pro Team fit suits an in-the-drops, on-bike position. The jersey maintains the Pro Team aesthetic, stripped back and essential. Featuring a high-stretch, bonded hem to hold the jersey securely in place and a subtle debossed armband. The pockets have also been re-engineered to allow for greater expansion to accommodate more of your ride essentials. Pro Team products are the leading edge of Rapha’s performance technology, developed and proven through years of work with the world’s best cyclists. Elite racewear, available to all.
RCC Pro Team Bib Shorts II
With a completely overhauled design for 2017, the Pro Team Bib Shorts II are designed for competing in the world’s biggest races. Rapha has worked hard to improve the comfort of these bib shorts, with a new dual-density chamois pad that provides more support and comfort even under duress. The pad changes in thickness according to your size (previously, one size pad was used in all bib shorts), ensuring a superior fit. The bibs have a unique thigh gripper printed directly onto the fabric of the shorts, making for a low profile finish that supports your legs, with fewer seams. The upper section of the bibs has also been re-engineered to provide more stretch and support, with less pressure over your shoulders. Folded bonded edges on each upper strap allow for a low profile underneath your jersey, and with grey Rapha and RCC logos on the leg grippers and a pink RCC logo on the rear of the shorts, you’ll be able to show off your club colours without compromising on performance.