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enrecul said:those sky jerseys must be bloody hot....black under the french sun.....they look slow!
"This team is rider-centric, and Castelli has done its part to make sure the riders have the most comfortable and technically advanced clothing for this big event" said Steve Smith, Castelli Brand Manager. "Changing to lighter colors is also a benefit in hot summer temperatures that are typical at the Tour de France. It is part of our philosophy to create the "best" for the riders.
rabofan said:Sure I read somewhere some time ago that a NZ sportswear firm, Wstar developed a fibre technology that when dyed black was as cool in bright sunlight as light colours.
It was developed for the NZ cricket teams coloured ODI kit and also adopted by All Blacks Rugby team (Adidas kit also).