About The Arc'teryx A2B Commuter Clothing:
Well, they’ve done it. Arcteryx has finally done it - with the A2B line, they've released an inspired collection of bike-centric clothing, built for all the diligent commuters out there. This is apparel with the riders in mind, made to work with you as you cycle down the trail ahead.
Sounds pretty neat, right? That’s because it is. Everything above has been thrown together with your bike-riding comfort in mind, and Arcteryx doing their best to ensure you have less to worry about as you focus on what’s really important, like your ability to blow past your competitors.
Step into a wealth of options: Bike commuter pants, shirts, and jackets that are all breathable, lightweight, and super durable. This apparel is made to have some life-saving stretch, making for a more enjoyable ride while refusing to push against you when the going gets tough. Like fancy tech? The use of 3XDRY water repellant technology bring some serious hydrophobic tendencies to your apparel, meaning that unwelcome rain and snow can roll right off. This is quick drying technology in action, helping to wick moisture off the body and push through the fabric, greatly accelerating the drying process.
Some of these features you’ll find in a number of other selections from Arcteryx; what makes the A2B collection special is they know that when it comes to performance apparel, ergonomic fit needs to come first. This idea is an enormous part of their design philosophy, but they also know that you’re sure to be seen riding around all day. This means looking great is on the docket as well, making this urban inspired performance attire and looks as good as it wears.
Taking safety up a few notches, they've built reflective material into the clothing, ensuring a helping hand to help safeguard you on the road and try to reduce the risk of accidents. You’ll find the option to customize here as well, as the reflective materials can either be hidden or stowed away in pockets, or are only visible when the pant or sleeve cuffs are rolled up.