Climber's Bundle Albula
A climber’s bundle to inspire all your hot weather rides
Though it features regularly in the Tour de Suisse, the Albula Pass is perhaps not among the most recognizable climbs even for cycling enthusiasts. But this beautiful pass in the east of Switzerland offers not only some of the most spectacular views, but also some of the most challenging climbing to be found anywhere in Europe.
With gradients up to 15%, the Albula will demand the most of a rider, but the fresh smell of the velvety green grass and amazingly beautiful vistas will be the great rewards for your efforts. Though 1800 meters high, the Albula can be a hot summer climb, with the promise of an alpine chill once the sun goes behind a cloud, which will make the many advantages of merino wool all that more evident and appreciated.
Get the perfect outfit combo with you bundle the Climber’s Albula Jersey with the Climber’s bibs as well as the matching Albula Cap and Socks.
Climber’s Jersey Albula: Using merino bi-component material, this is a jersey that has been designed to help regulate your body temperature as you are putting in a lot of effort, whether climbing a Swiss mountain pass or attacking your buddies in a local crit.
Climber’s Bibs: Lightweight, breathable bibs with a comfortable, low profile chamois and seamless 4D tech, the Climber’s bib shorts are perfect for any terrain or sort of cycling. ColdBlack UV Sun treatment will protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Perfect for summer rides where your body needs to breathe and ventilate.
Albula Cap: Feel the cool calm of a Swiss Saturday afternoon in the mountains with the Albula Climber’s Cap. Italian made with 100% cotton and 3-panel design with an antibacterial liner tape to keep it comfy even in the heat of summer. A perfect match for your Albula jersey and socks.
Albula Socks: Who doesn’t love a stylish pair of socks that fit the contours of the feet perfectly? Lightweight and breathable, the Climber’s Socks will help prevent hot-spots from developing as you churn up a mountain.