Peloton Magazine Reviews Prestige Pro

By Patrick | 05/14/15
Peloton Magazine Reviews Prestige Pro

Peloton Magazine got their hands on our Prestige Pro kit, and had this to say about The Velocity Aero Jersey in the June 2015 issue that's on shelves now:

Voler: Making America Aero
It was long miles at a relaxed pace, with a coffee stop or two, in Black Label gear that introduced us to Voler. Then we found out it makes everything in the U.S. at its own Grover Beach, California, factory surrounded by some epic riding. We got more interested.

Prestige Pro Velocity Aero Jersey. Prestige Pro is Voler’s top-of-the-line gear, and the Velocity Aero is, you guessed it, the aero jersey. While Voler may not have a WorldTour squad, it clearly knows how to make an aero jersey. The fit is ideal for a slim rider in an aggressive position with almost no bunching or rippling. The Axiom fabric is not only slick and lightweight. It’s also designed to wick moisture. Mesh side panels assist in hot weather, and PowerGrip arm and waist cuffs ensure the jersey stays aero. You can get it custom too.

Prestige Pro Bibs. Mating nicely with the Velocity Aero jersey, the Prestige Pro bibs deliver a high level of compression through Forza fabric sourced from Italy. What’s impressive about Forza is the level of compression with a relatively lightweight fabric. More PowerGrip in the leg bands helps keep the bibs in place and helps you really carve that tan line. The [Cytech Comp HP] chamois is rated for six-plus hours, but does it through multiple-density foam and four-way stretch, so it doesn’t feel bulky.

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Prestige Pro Velocity Aero Jersey. Prestige Pro is Voler’s top-of-the-line gear, and the Velocity Aero is, you guessed it, the aero jersey. While Voler may not have a WorldTour squad, it clearly knows how to make an aero jersey. The fit is ideal for a slim rider in an aggressive position with almost no bunching or rippling. The Axiom fabric is not only slick and lightweight. It’s also designed to wick moisture. Mesh side panels assist in hot weather, and PowerGrip arm and waist cuffs ensure the jersey stays aero. You can get it custom too.

Prestige Pro Bibs. Matting nicely with the Velocity Aero jersey, the Prestige Pro bibs deliver a high level of compression through Forza fabric sourced from Italy. What’s impressive about Forza is the level of compression with a relatively lightweight fabric. More PowerGrip in the leg bands helps keep the bibs in place and helps you really carve that tan line. The [Cytech Comp HP] chamois is rated for six-plus hours, but does it through multiple-density foam and four-way stretch, so it doesn’t feel bulky.

- See more at: http://www.voler.com/browse/collections/details/li/PrestigePro/#sthash.WopFHNYz.dpuf
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