The textural quality of the fabric surface and the new L1 cut does away with front seams, increasing this jersey's aerodynamic quality when moving at speeds between 40 – 59km/h.
An Ergogenic Pattern garment has been designed in such a way as that all panels and fabrics are tuned to support specific musculature groups during sporting activity. Garments designed with Ergogenic Patterns will be distinguished by their extremely snug but not constrictive feel and increased stability during the pedalling motion, as the fabric, cut and panel alignment support a balanced position and accordingly reduce muscular fatigue on longer or more intense rides.
The introduction of the silver thread may be understood as a further fine-tuning of the fabric’s original raison d’être in which the extraordinary natural properties of this material are carefully exploited in a performance-wear context. When activity becomes intense and the body emits an excess of heat and moisture with must be dealt with through conduction, evaporation and convection, the fabric instead benefits from silver’s high thermal conductivity. The pure silver thread’s greatest performance advantage is not given by its anti-bacterial or conductive qualities but by it qualities of protection from electrostatic and magnetic interference (the so-called “electrosmog” pollution of electromagnetic radiation resulting from wireless technology and mains electricity). The protection offered by the silver thread from these waves allow the active muscles to operate with less “distractions”, further refining the ergogenic function of Q36.5’s high density woven fabrics.
INVISIBLE POCKET SYSTEM
Unique pocket patch design which does away with clumsy extra panel of fabric used in all other jerseys, instead integrating the containers into the jersey pattern itself. 3 equally large pockets plus 1 extra zip pocket. This feature accentuates the essentialism and minimalist aesthetic of Q36.5 jersey and jacket designs and offers a minor aerodynamic advantage.