Sugoi Autumn collection details announced

Lightweight Helium product extended with reflective anorak
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Although not due in the UK until September, Sugoi has handed BikeBiz details of its up-coming Autumn line.

As you'd expect, the catalogue boasts plenty of fabric tecnology adapted to the cyclists:

Convector garments are new mid-layer pieces offered by Sugoi. The Convector fabric has a brushed underside for incredible next-to-skin comfort, which is combined with performance-driven moisture transfer and thermal benefits to produce a highly technical layer for exercising in cold weather.

Performance outerwear is a key component of Sugoi's Fall 2010 collection - from lightweight windproof jackets, high-end rain jackets and premium softshells to vests and high-visibility gear.

The brand new Versa Jacket is one such truly versatile piece that is made from Argon fabric. This fabric offers a comfortable balance between breathability and water resistance. The Versa Jacket is extremely adaptable – with magnetic sleeves the jacket can easily turn into a vest for those warmer fall days.

Prices for some garments are becoming available, for example, the firm's entirely new emergency wind and rain Helium anorak will retail for £52. This garment carries a 13-inch front zip, as opposed to a full separating zip and a hood.

Sugoi's sales agent for the UK is Scott McDonald, who can be contacted on 07734206702.

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