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BraveIT G65 Base Layer - Win on cyclingnz.com
REVIEW DATE: 23 Apr, 2009
RRP: $39.90
Retailer(s): All good bike stores throughout NZ

The Base layer, never seen but much appreciated, especially when it delivers the performance of the new BraveIT G65.

When the G65 test samples arrived in the office the timing couldn't have been better, the seasons were changing and the undergarment wardrobe was in need of a revamp!  The appearance was like something out of procycling, brilliant white and a mesh weave that looked like it could breathe underwater. 

The feel is somewhat of a second skin and the name, G65 has a true meaning, when placed on the digital scales the numbers didn't lie with the medium coming it right on the mark at just 65g!  Made from genuine Coolmax the G65 wicks moisture from the skin instantly and transports it through to the jersey for evaporation, giving the wearer an incredible level of comfort regardless of the climate.  On warmer rides it has definitely been more comfortable to layer with the G65, the lightweight feel and breathe ability has been a real ride enhancer.  On cooler mornings the extra skin like layering has added that little bit extra to keep the body temperature feeling perfect.

Two months on and the fit is like new and the white is still like those dental ads on television, I'm much impressed on the benefits of a performance base layer, and was even more so when the rrp was relayed to be just under $40.  

To feel the appreciation of a G65 get into your local store and check out the mesh or for two lucky winners who can correctly answer the cyclingnz.com quiz below there will be one on your door step in the near future.

Q What is the scant weight of a G65 and what is the fabric used to create it?

Send your answers to editor@cyclingnz.com , entries close on the 30th April with winners Drawn on May 1st.

Available at all good bike stores. 

 

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More holes than a swiss cheese and can breathe like Andy Schleck

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