Women's Climber's Cycling Jersey - Madeleine 2.0
- Active moisture management
- Super-soft Merino bi-component material
- Lightweight Lycra printed sleeves and panels
- Constructed for hard efforts in hot conditions
Over the past five years, we have been gathering the feedback from our customers, which has prompted us to refine the fit and reinforce the jersey. With this update, we have added hypoallergenic silicone tape on the sleeves for better grip to keep your tan lines sharp. We’ve redesigned the extra zip pocket on the back cargo area. And to help keep you visible, we’ve added subtle 3D detailing and reflective logo on the back.
Specifically made for intensive workouts like what you will get when riding hard uphill, the Climber's Jersey will keep the body temperature balanced when it’s hot outside. And the Merino fibers naturally absorb UV radiation, protecting the skin from the damage caused by direct sunlight, especially at higher altitudes.
Made from a lightweight Merino bi-component material and lightweight Lycra (23% Merino Wool / 77% Polyester) combined with ultra-lightweight Lycra (14% Elastane, 86% Polyester) sleeves and side panels.
That’s what makes the Merino wool Climber’s Jerseys a perfect for these types of days out, offering the ultimate in temperature regulation from super-hot to moderately chilly conditions.
Though all of our Climber’s Jerseys are designed to be worn on all sorts of hot weather rides, we like to name each edition after different climbs that have inspired us over the years.
Though the col de la Madeleine must be considered one of the most popular and renowned climbs in the world, it still can give you that feeling of heading out on your own adventure into uncharted wilderness. Rising out of tree-lined valley roads to high pasture lands nearly 2000 meters above sea level, the 24 kilometers of the Madeleine offer all us cyclists the chance to challenge our outer boundaries.
And among the Isadore crew, it holds a special place in our hearts since our very own Peter Velits was the first rider over the top of the Madeleine in the 2012 Tour de France. As one of our favorite climbs, it has been the inspiration behind our Madeleine Climber’s Jersey for Women. Let it inspire you too to tackle any challenge.