OneTen is the latest clothing brand to arrive on the scene and includes base layers, jerseys, shorts and accessories designed for the most demanding of conditions underpinned by scientific and physiological principles specific to cycling.
Every item in the OneTen range has been designed from the ground up and extensively tested in all kinds of environmental conditions.
“We set the highest standards for our products because we know that’s what you demand, and our garments are only judged fit to carry the OneTen label once we have proven their ability to perform,” the company states.
What’s in the range then?
All the bases are covered in OneTen’s debut range, with a focus on cross-country riding Lyrca-based clothing, so it’s all bib shorts, tight fitting jerseys and a range of base layers.
The Primo bib shorts, prices £49.99, use a 3D engineered fabric construction designed for effective regulation of heat and moisture, and a modern synthetic chamois for ultimate long-ride comfort.
To go with the bib shorts is the OneTen Giro short sleeve jersey. It costs £39.99 and employs the latest developments in body-mapping research and fabric technology, and is engineered from ultralight and fast-drying microfibre polyester.
It’s always worth wearing a base layer and the OneTen range includes two, a sleeveless and short sleeve version. They cost £21.99 and £24.99 respectively and each use a fast-drying microfibre polyester to help you to maintain a constant degree of comfort and warmth even as conditions change from season to season. Body-mapping technology sees the use of difference fabrics for the best performance. A rear mesh panel, structured shoulder fabric and microfiber polyester front panel.
When the wind picks up a bit a lightweight windproof jacket, small enough to pack into your rear pocket or hydration pack is ideal. The OneTen Vento wind jacket is just that. It’s made from micro-denier polyamide fabric to keep chill at bay in changeable conditions and is cut for comfort with a high collar, 3D shaped panels, a longer back and minimal seaming with flexible and soft tape bindings on the cuffs and collar.
Filling out the range is a Estati cycling cap, sleeveless wind vest, arm and knee warmers and a long sleeve base layer. Take a look at the full range here http://www.hotlines-uk.com/SearchResults.aspx?Search=oneten