First, fit. Professional cycling apparel is cut to fit properly when you’re leaning forward over the handlebars. That means shirts and jackets have a longer back to keep your lower back covered, and legwear has a higher waist at the back too. To stop your wrists being exposed, sleeves are a bit longer on long-sleeved shirts and jackets. INBIKE cycling clothing, including cycling jersey, cycling jackets and cycling shorts for sale use 3D cutting technology, so they can fit your body well.
Second, sweat-absorbing. Most cycling clothing made from fabrics through which can move sweat away from your skin and evaporate. Inbike cycling jerseys for sale use breathable and sweat absorbing fabric, so they are comfortable to wear while riding. Outer layers for wet weather also use fabrics designed to shift sweat. Such ‘breathable’ fabrics keep rain out, but allow water vapour sweat out.
Third, padding. Padd cycling shorts can ease your pain while long distance riding. INBIKE breathable padded cycling shorts for sale uses anti bacterial pad for a better user experience.
Providing an extra layer of shock absorption is antother good reason. Modern shorts pads have at least one layer of foam inside them, often more or different thickness and density. The idea is to help reduce the road shock that gets through to your bum, working in tandem with the padding in your saddle.
Perhaps more importantly, pad puts an even layer of soft fabric against your skin. In case you didn’t know, you don’t wear underwear with cycling shorts. That helps prevent chafing so long rides become possible without you walking like a cowboy afterwards.
Fourth, efficiency. Proper cycling clothing can make you have a good cycling condition by ensuring you don’t waste energy. The most important difference is that cycling clothing is more aerodynamic than regular gear, because it fits closely with no spare fabric flapping in the breeze.