Nopinz Aerocoach Tripsuit

Nopinz Aerocoach Tripsuit

$474.99

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Want to add a whopping 16w at 45kph vs club kit!!   Nopinz/Aerocoach Trip-suit is the answer! Now featuring Aerostripe back and side panels and an improved cut, the suit is optimised for average speeds of 45-49kph. Testing has shown a 3W improvement over the best previous version.

The Trip-suit is made of the highest quality Italian Lycra and incorporates a gender specific high density foam “coolmax” chamois providing comfort and support even in the longest events. Materials have been varied throughout the suit to optimise aerodynamics, improve comfort and extend its longevity.

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Click Here to see our Aero Friction Buying Guide!

Want to add a whopping 16w at 45kph vs club kit!!   Nopinz/Aerocoach Trip-suit is the answer! Now featuring Aerostripe back and side panels and an improved cut, the suit is optimised for average speeds of 45-49kph. Testing has shown a 3W improvement over the best previous version.

The Trip-suit is made of the highest quality Italian Lycra and incorporates a gender specific high density foam “coolmax” chamois providing comfort and support even in the longest events. Materials have been varied throughout the suit to optimise aerodynamics, improve comfort and extend its longevity.

ATS™ – Aero Trip Strips

AeroCoach’s innovative and protected “ATS™” technology is the implementation of raised surfaces of different sizes and shapes, used on products to improve their aerodynamics.

The purpose of “ATS™” is to “trip” the airflow around an object, in this case the riders body, to keep the air attached for longer and reducing the aerodynamic drag.

“ATS™” locations on the TripSuit have been refined on a large number of riders with different sizes, shapes and positions.

Open vs. Closed design

From our testing we established two designs of suit – for Open and Closed aero positions.

An Open position refers to either when a rider has their elbow pads far apart, or they are a larger rider. For these riders there is more airflow in between the arms and around underneath the torso. For an Open TripSuit there is “ATS™” in these locations to manipulate the airflow and reduce aerodynamic drag.

A Closed position is when the rider has narrow elbow bar pads and the majority of the air is pushed around the outside of the body. In this instance the “ATS™” is placed on the outer arms only.

The upper back also features “ATS™” placement which differs depending on the design – for an Open TripSuit the seam junction is lower down the back, whereas on a Closed TripSuit it has been moved further upwards towards the neck.

Measuring whether you need an Open or Closed TripSuit is simple – if you are size XL or above you should only use an Open suit, otherwise you just need to measure your aerobar pads: 16cm and above centre to centre and you require an Open TripSuit, less than 16cm and you need a Closed TripSuit.

At this time ZFC is stocking CLOSED design only.

 

 

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 25 x 20 x 70 cm
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