The Nukeproof Nirvana Jersey is Nukeproof’s top-end tech jersey, they call it the “ultimate trail and enduro jersey”. It’s lightweight, it has mesh fabric for air-flow and is quick drying and anti-bacterial.
The Nukeproof Outland Short Sleeve Tech Tee is a light-weight, breathable mix of teeshirt and riding jersey. It’s a casual-look jersey that’s ideal for anyone that doesn’t want to look super ‘mountain bike’.
Natasha Bradley is here sporting the women’s version of the Nukeproof Blackline jersey. A little known fact about Natasha, she’s so bloody rad at 4X she races against the boys under the name ‘Nathan’. True fact!
The women’s Blackline is made from S.Café fabric, a recycled product that wicks away sweat quickly and efficiently, and drys some 200% faster than cotton.
It has a wee pocket on the rear for your pub money and a dropped-hem to keep your bum dry.
The Nukeproof Blackline Short Sleeve Jersey is, as you’d expect, the shorty version of the jersey above. S.Cafe construction, zippy pocket, dropped bum and various colours. It has a mesh back and under-arms to keep you cool.
The Nukeproof Blackline Women’s Short Sleeve Jersey gets two unique women’s-only styles and matches the men’s versions for tech-features. It’s built from S.Cafe recycled material, has a mesh back and under-arms for breathability and the zippy pocket and dropped hem.
The Keswick Kestrel is seen here in the Nukeproof Outland Casual Hoodie, a casual looking hoodie with some tech features. It’s made of 100% polyester, has raglan sleeves for easy movement, a front zipped pocket with an internal hole for your earphones and a rear pocket for your keys.
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