Through fall and spring, early morning rides can begin with the harsh chill of winter, only to lighten up to contrasting warm rays of sunshine that send us deep into day-dreams of summer's warmth. These unpredictable days, with massive temperature changes, have us pulling up knee and arm warmers and piling on layers that we'll need to stow away within an hour or two. Understanding the hassle of every changing temperatures and excessive layering, Assos equips us for the shoulder seasons with the TiburuJacketLlalai. The TiburuJacketLlalai is a mid-weight jacket for mid-season cycling that offers the insulation you need for frosty mornings, and the breathability that keeps you comfortable long after the sun casts its warm glow on the road, plus an exceptional tailored cut that contours to your curves for a flattering fit. Built to be your mid-season go-to jacket, the Tiburu is intended for spring and fall conditions, but can easily slide its way into your winter wardrobe if you live in a milder climate. Assos uses its new StratagonUltra milleRighe for the main fabric of the jacket, which uses its thermo-response membrane to keep you dry when you sweat, and keeps moisture beading and rolling off in the rain. The membrane repels water by using a two-layer memoryFoil shield composite that is impermeable to water and responds to conditions with flexibility, so you can maintain the perfect internal climate no matter what is happening outside. The shoulders are paneled with Pave for its lightweight, fast-drying properties. Pave is typically used as an Assos go-to summer-weight fabric, but by strategically paneling it on the TiburuJacketLlalai Assos' designers are able to offer the right amount of breathability and heat dissipation in the in-between seasons. The TiburuJacketLlalai is an ideal candidate for Assos' Layering System (ALS), with its versatile warmth you can fine tune it to the day's specific weather by pairing it with a skinfoil body insulator based o...
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