Adrenaline High

Woman puts on Endura waterproof

Based on our rides over the past couple of weeks, there’s no denying that the North Pole is now tilting away from the sun and we’re heading into winter. Before we get there though, autumn is fantastic season for riding as you carry fitness gained over the summer into shorter, more sociable rides where there’s a bit of a chill in the air or you have to rely on lights for the last few KMs.

The best-selling Adrenaline mini-collection within our performance oriented FS260-Pro range for the shoulder seasons where you need of protection without having to break out the box of full-on winter gear. Adrenaline High – translucent, ephemeral and transitional.

Small pack size and supreme packability are delivered by our proprietary ExoShell20ST fabric. It’s high denier mesh construction and seam sealing provide Adrenaline’s garments with waterproof protection without compromising breathability. ExoShell20ST’s properties allows it to pack away into tiny bundles of weather protection –pocket sized, (almost) invisible, force fields.

Adrenaline Race Cape

The Adrenaline Race Cape has been in the thinking rider’s wardrobes since we first introduced it and having recently undergone a revamp in both fabric and style in new colors for men and women, it continues to lead the pack. Lightweight, compact, breathable, packable.

Adrenaline Race Gilet

Looking for something that packs down even smaller than a Race Cape? The Adrenaline Race Gilet shares the benefits of its sleeved sibling, but comes in a truly micro-pack size. Carried in a pocket, it’ll be there when you need it in showers or to provide an extra layer against the wind on long Alpine descents.

Adrenaline Waterproof 3/4s

The Adrenaline Waterproof ¾s are designed for road riding in changeable conditions – rain and spray protection that pack small enough to slip into a jersey pocket and are still comfortable enough to wear for long rides.

Adrenaline for adventure – we might include the Adrenaline products in our FS260-Pro road range, but they’ve been adopted by the adventure set too for rides where pack size is paramount. Compact enough to slip into bike luggage, it’s there when called on and unnoticeable when not.



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