Fly Racing's Lite Hydrogen delivers unparalleled lightweight performance, comfort, and flexibility. Fly Racing continues to develop and improve the Lite Hydrogen line through constant feedback from their athletes - both amateur and pro. The goal has always been to create the lightest, most breathable racewear with an athletic tailored fit.
Laser-cut perforations help dissipate heat.
Open zero-cuff with reinforced mesh insert.
Mesh ventilation panels dissipate unwanted heat.
Multi-panel construction for maximum performance and comfortable fit.
Nice looking gear and fits true to size. I do not consider this good hot weather gear. The jersey is not really a vented jersey. It has some holes but the material doesn’t breathe well. It is very light gear but my rating is based off the venting of the jersey. They should have used a thin mesh type material but it’s a solid polyester type fabric with a couple small holes punched into it at the arm pits and upper chest. In humid weather it felt like I had a trash bag on for a jersey.
This is the coolest jersey I have ever worn, and that's not just because the one I got is bright orange like my bike HA.
This thing lets tons of air in but still feels like I'm getting some protection at the same time. Its also not too flimsy despite the great ventilation, I have hit scrub brush and tree branches pretty hard with it and no rips or tears. I would HIGHLY recommend checking these for hot weather riding! Fantastic product.
tried fly gear 3 years ago and never used anything else!! i am 6' 200lbs.fly gear is cut for real men!! very comfortable every fly outfit fits perfect pants are very roomy in the knees jerseys have alot of venting great for hot weather
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Are the Fly Racing jerseys designed to go over armor, or do I need to go up one size? I'm 5'9" and around 165 lbs. I wear size M in most things, including T-shirts and my Rev'it Sand 3 jacket. The armor I will be wearing it over is a Leatt 3DF AirFit body protector in SM/MD, which I don't think is very bulky compared to most body armor. I have a Klim Mojave jersey in M which fits over the body armor and I would say is the correct size; it's snug, but not restrictive. Do you think a Fly Racing M will be the right size for me or do I need to go to a LG?