If you have the urge to mimic the look of AG2R La Mondiale pro riders, try a pair of the Bolle Shifter sunglasses. The shifters incorporate a central vent, curved temples and an NXT-treated photochromic lens for a well-balanced, mid-priced pair of sunglasses. To save $50, opt for the standard lens. Bolle offers five eye-catching colorways for one of our favorite shades of 2020.
Nalini is a popular Italian apparel brand that has gained notoriety for its WorldTour sponsorships of Cofidis and Total-Direct Energie. Nalini’s Italian-made Sydney line is designed for warm-weather riding, with a thin breathable fabric and an emphasis on UV protection.
R-EV1 is Ale’s Italian-made performance-oriented product line built with lightweight materials and aerodynamics in mind. The G+ jersey minimizes drag by positioning the stitching out of direct contact with the wind for those marginal gains. Check out Ale’s “outlet” offerings on their website for more affordable options.
In addition to a swathe of new hues for 2021, Italian helmet manufacturer Kask will be including a new design to their pro-level Mojito. New, vibrant styles include the introduction of orange, yellow and black, grey and white colorways; a total of 6 versions of the Mojito are now available.