Bad weather can discourage even the hardiest riders but often all that stands in the way of a satisfying ride experience is wearing the right garments. ORRO clothing has been designed to keep you protected from all typical elements of the British weather experience whilst also breathing well to regulate body temperature effectively.
From summer kit the first transition is into arm warmers, a popular choice as they provide the rider with the option to switch up coverage mid-ride. ORRO arm warmers provide an effective defensive layer that stays in place yet is easily stowed in a jersey pocket when no longer required. Used in conjunction with our windproof gilet these form an ideal kit combination for extending the use of short sleeve jerseys into spring and autumn.
For winter a windproof jacket becomes the go to garment for most riders. The comfortable softshell fabric of our Gold Shield jacket offers great breathability with a hydrophilic Aquazero micro fibre lining that encourages the transport of moisture away from the body. This jacket offers enough protection for a wide range of conditions by strategic use of waterproof membrane fabric panelling and a durable water repellent treatment. The Misurina Storm Shield fabric features a 10'000mm hydrostatic head to keep anything from drizzle to light rain and wheel spray at bay. The aerodynamic cut creates a comfortable second skin fit that enables the fabric to work at its best by adapting to your temperature. Thick reflective strips to the rear three pocket arrangement ensure good visibility to other road users.
By the time the windproof jacket is out the full length tights are never far away. Our Pyroline Bibtights feature a higher waist cut than bib shorts to eliminate icy drafts with fleece backed fabric for complete low temperature coverage. The Italian Blizzard fabric has excellent thermal properties and is also treated with Aquazero hydrophobic technology. Silicone leg grippers keep the rear reflective chevrons perfectly placed to highlight your presence to other roads users.