Le Col and McLaren Combine Aerodynamic Engineering With Technical Apparel

“Project Aero” is aiming to redefine fast.

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British cycling label Le Col has followed up its vibrant Spring/Summer 2021 collection by linking up with McLaren for a collection that combines aerodynamic engineering with technical apparel.

Le Col is a U.K. cycling label founded by former GB rider Yanto Barker, and alongside McLaren’s world leading aerodynamicists, “Project Aero”, as it has been dubbed, has been designed to deliver on-bike rigs that redefine fast.

Comprising both short and long-sleeved jerseys, as well as a full aero speedsuit, the collection implements McLaren’s extensive research on boundary layers and marries it with Le Col’s penchant for technical cycling apparel. The result: a detailed approach to mapping every millimetre that aims to break new ground in the world of cycling.

Retailing from £170 (approximately $240 USD), the full Le Col x McLaren “Project Aero” collection is available now from the Le Col webstore.

In other news, the latest instalment of HYPEBEAST’s What the Tech? series recently took a closer look at the technology driving the next gen of e-bikes.

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