2020 Contender Bicycles Aquazero Long Sleeve
The 2020 Contender Club Kit represents a focus on bringing like-minded cyclists together. Any piece of Contender Bicycles Club kit gives you eligibility toward exclusive discounts on consumables, apparel, and more. Regardless of whether or not you buy a 2020 Contender Bicycles Aquazero Long Sleeve, you're welcome to join us for our regular group rides and events. Email signup available at the bottom of the page with ride notifications available, or join us on Strava.
Buying any piece of 2020 Contender Club Kit apparel nets you myriad discounts, including:
-20% off nutrition, tubes, tires, and C02.
-20% off tire sealant, cleaners, and lubricants.
-15% off of normally-priced Contender-branded apparel. This includes tees, jerseys, bibs, socks and more. Excluding 2020 Contender Club Kit.
We will also be sure to offer other Contender-specific perks as they come along through the season. Stay tuned over email or social media, we’ll make it worth your while.
Our Aquazero Long Sleeve is based on the Vermarc Aquazero Long Sleeve falls in with every other quality piece of Vermarc kit, but with a bit more protection. This long-sleeve piece is designed to offer light protection against rain, wind, and cold conditions while still maintaining breathability. It belongs to the DVstretch series, which takes that outer DWR-treated membrane and pairs it to a fabric that can go 85% with full recovery and full windproofing with 0.1 cm permeability. Translation? Aquazero will work well as a cool to cold weather layer when paired with a base layer but will do much better than our traditional Contender Classic Long Sleeve when it becomes windy or wet outside.
The 2020 Contender Bicycles Aquazero Long Sleeve is available in four sizes (S-XL). Fit is race cut, with the aim of forming a second skin of sorts without the bulk of a comparable piece of apparel. Sizing up from our regular PRR jerseys is a good idea, and if you're on the edge, size up. Vermarc says this is best from 50 degrees Fahrenheit all the way down to freezing temperatures with a baselayer.