Bearing Tee L/S
The Bearing Tee uses a 4 way coolplus stretch fabric to create a technical tee that is high wicking and allows a free range of movement on the go. The raglan sleeve and flatlock seams minimise rub points across the back and shoulders while thumbloops hold everything in place. Polygiene anti-bacterial and odour control create a technical tee that cares for your skin even in high intensity activity and multi day racing.
Technical long Sleeve Tee incorporating raglan construction
Seams away from shoulders
4 way stretch
Polygiene: anti bacterial & odour control
Colours Black, Blue, Blue Mountain, Black Compass
Fabric Coolplus Polyester
Polygiene antibacterial treatment
Sizes XS / S / M / L / XL
Size & Fitting Guide
High Wicking 100% Polyester Fabric
Bearing uses a double layered Polyester fabric knitted to create a mesh with excellent wicking properties. Removing moisture from the skin is essential for comfort and safety when on the hill. Moisure is a great conductor of heat and our bodies sweat to cool and regulate our core temperature. Great while being active but, at rest, you want keep that heat while you plan your next move, put up your tent, or enjoy a cup of tea on the finish line. Dry skin also experiences less friction than wet skin so reduces rub.
Polygiene anti-bacterial and odour control
Swedish company Polygiene are leading in garment treatments that prevent the buildup of bacteria on clothing and skin. This benefits skin health by preventing surface infections and also removes unpleasent odours created by bacterial breakdown of sweat. Not a pleasant subject but we all sweat; this regulates temperature, lubricates the skin and washes oils and dirt out of our pores. Unfortunately,his also provides everything bacteria wants to multiply. Polygiene uses Silver ions (which naturally occur in nature) to prevent the bacteria multiplying. This is a two pronged attack interupting the genetic programming of the bacteria and also preventing them producing more cell surface which they need to divide in two.
Raglan – A slightly more expensive way of constructing a garment that allows for removal of the seam on the top of the shoulder that can rub on a backpack.
Combined with long sleeves to give cover to the hand in cold conditions. Also useful for holding your sleeves down when putting on gloves.