On and off road luxury for belting out the miles in warm weather. Odour resistant Heatwave™ Merino is cool enough to wear on all but the hottest summer days. Hula hoopla.
▹ Man vs Wild
Merino is unrivalled for comfort as a body layer. It absorbs more moisture than synthetic fibres, mopping up excess sweat rather than letting it settle and cool on your skin. However high-aerobic activities like cycling will often overload ordinary merino. Heatwave's polyester component repels moisture to avoid total saturation of the fabric - so it dries faster to keep you toasty.
▹ Snug-as-a-Bug Fit
Heatwave™ Merino tops are intended to hug your body, ensuring the fabric sits against your skin to wick sweat away - keeping you dry and not chilling out.
▹ Hot 'n' Cold
As a single garment Heatwave™ Merino regulates your temperature through a wide range of conditions. Delivering comfort in all but the hottest climes. Yet it is versatile enough to layer under a WindFoil™, microFoil™ or HydroFoil™ shell in winter.
▹ More than Kiwi Made
▹ Why is Heatwave Merino so comfortable next-to-skin?
I purchased two Hulas for a week long cycling/sailing trip in early May in Croatia. They were absolutely superb, stylish, great colours (blue & orange), quick and easy to hand wash and dry. Highly recommended!!!
I have two Hula’s - I like wearing merino, the back is long, the pockets really handy and they are very comfortable.
Yep purchased this cycle top as loved the fabric in the long sleeve version. Currently wearing it for running and plan to run routeburn in it. Pockets very handy for food storage as easy to access on the go. ♀️♀️♀️♀️♀️
very comfy -wore it on the A2O trail & ideal in all conditions. A nice long back for the wet days we had. Fabric is nice to wear by your skin.
In need of a new Hula top. Super comfy and great for photos capturing the great landscape that is our NZ mountain bike trails