Wednesday, June 13, 2007 11.52pm
Okay, so the Swiss-made Assos stuff is a bit 'roadie', but get over that and you'll find a bike clothing company with a passion for detail that leaves most of the others standing.
The Inter Evo is a jersey designed for the autumn and spring for rides when it's cool rather than cold. It's rare to find a jersey designed for such a specific set of conditions, but what the Inter Evo lacks in versatility, it delivers in bucket loads when there's a chill in the air.
The front panel is windproof while the rest is plain stretchy polyester. The Inter Evo balances the wicking temperature control with the skill of a circus plate spinner, and whenever we've needed this jersey to perform, it's never let us (or itself) down. Triple rear pockets and full zips fill out the spec. It might cost a bit more, but treat yourself, you're only here once, and you're worth it.
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