Troy Lee Design Launches New Limited Edition Aaron Gwin Sprint Gear

Troy Lee Design have announced the launch of their new Aaron Gwin Sprint race kit. The all new kit has had a complete overhaul in design and structure, it is going to be TLD’s lightest and most athletic kit yet.

The new Sprint gear is already having a good debut year securing World Cup wins and a BMX World Championship title. Gwin was showing off his new kit over the weekend at the Mont-Sainte Anne World Cup, along with Brendan Fairlcough and current leader of the World Cup series (Singletrack Favorite) Troy Brosnan.

Pfft Full kit wan... ahem

Pfft Full kit wan… ahem

The new Sprint jersey features mesh arms and side panels for targeted ventilation and a moisture wicking rear collar. Sublimated graphics and a race inspired, freeride dialed, construction and design.

Fluro man

Fluro man

Sprint shorts are constructed with a 600 denier polyester material for durability and protection, 2-way stretch poly spandex and of course some 5 1/2” zipped front pockets. Full waist and hip adjustment via bonded rubber adjusters, 500 poly mesh for optimal venting and a lycra stretch inner liner panel. Finally the shorts include a rear stretch yoke and a full polyester mesh liner.

We like short shorts

We like short shorts

You may think the pant version has just longer legs, well you’re wrong the all Sprint pant includes a premium single snap fly closure,  rear stretch yoke, 2-way stretch poly spandex, Lycra stretch inner liner panel, 5 1/2” zipped front pockets and finally a 3/4 length polyester mesh liner.

No Chipps they are not pajamas

No Chipps they are not pajamas

So there it is the all new limited Aaron Gwin Sprint gear goes on sale today, so if you want to look even more rad then this kit is for you. Once you have bought this rather nice kit we recommend a good schralp session on your local all time trail for extra Gnar points.

So to finish off here is a RAD picture of the man himself destroying this turn.

Ah yeah

Ah yeah

If you want any more Info go to TLD’s website here.

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