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Arc'teryx Endorphin line manages moisture
Jun '13
Arc’teryx Endorphin products are function driven systems that maximize the benefits of technical materials with runspecific fits and light by construction techniques.

Arc’teryx brings its technical knowledge to running designs with a comprehensive collection for Spring/Summer 2014 that includes products for Training, Performance and Race.

Exemplified in the new RACE systems for Spring/Summer 2014, the Endorphin collection emphasizes fabrics and layering options that regulate temperature and manage moisture to keep runners comfortable.

Specific for race days, men and women have the trim fitting Sarix Short Sleeve and Sarix Sleeveless technical T-shirts in an ultra lightweight mesh fabric with excellent air flow. A wicking finish on the fabric aids moisture dispersion and keeps skin feeling comfortable.

Soleus Shorts for men and the Soleus ! Tight for women feature the new Race Pocket System from Arc’teryx, a highly efficient five pocket system that securely stores race day needs where they are easy to access. The thoughtful design is clean, minimal and eliminates the distraction of extra equipment, excess bounce or weight.

New Stradium Jacket and Pant (Men’s) are warm up/cool down Training pieces that provide warmth and coverage in more casual styles than traditional run apparel. Training styles have more relaxed cuts, hand pockets and a less technical appearance. Women’s counterparts are the Solita Jacket and Pant.

Specialized Arc’teryx construction methods increase movement efficiency through run-specific patterns and calibrated fits. Runners can rely on a design process that brings extensive knowledge of technical fabrics, construction innovations and field testing to result in trustworthy, comfortable equipment.

Light by construction techniques reinforced by premium craftsmanship; this is why Race, Performance and Training runners can have confidence in their equipment.


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