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adidas Formotion garments use pre-shaped 3D silhouettes that allow great freedom of movement while you exercise.
Features such as sculpted opening at collar, waistband, hem, arm opening, cuffs and leg openings combined with specific fabrics, construction and ideal seam placement result in optimized fit and comfort.
adidas Clima365's mission is to engineer garments which help to maintain optimum body temperature, 37°C, when exercising... whatever the environmental conditions.
Clima365 achieves this through moisture management, ventilation, thermal insulation and weather protection.
adidas Climalite is a lightweight material which wicks sweat away from the skin. The structure of the material enables the athletes moisture to move to the surface of the garment and evaporate quicker.
Taking the sweat off your skin keeps you more comfortable and closer to your optimum body temperature.
adidas Climawarm is an insulation tool. Climawarm garments trap a layer of air between your skin and the garment. Your body then heats this layer of air up and keeps the body close to your optimum body temperature. Using climawarm still enables full breathability and comfort.Shop men's cycling Shop women's cycling
adidas Ripstop fabrics are woven fabrics often made out of nylon, using a special reinforcing technique that makes them resistant to tearing and ripping. During weaving (thick) reinforcement threads are interwoven at regular intervals in a crosshatch pattern.
Advantages of ripstop are the favourable strength-to-weight ratio and that small tears can not easily spread. Fabrics used to make ripstop include cotton, silk, polyester, and polypropelene, with nylon content limited to the crosshatched threads that make it tear-resistant.
It was developed as an inexpensive synthetic replacement for silk in the production of parachutes during World War II.