A hot 'n' cold top that propels you at the speed limit across the gap between summer and winter. Its WindFoil™ front takes the edge off biting winds while the Heatwave™ Merino sucks sweat away from your skin to keep you dry and comfy. Lickety split.
▹ 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.
▹ Composite Tops
I love the merino synthetic blend. It feels good next to skin for cycling. But the best part is the wind proof front layer to keep your core warm, with complete ventilation out the back! A perfect world! Enough Room to layer in cooler weather for winter ski tours too! Nice whale tail, and pockets in back.
Love my grey marl Popsicle. Great longer fit, snug, light but warm and the front windproof panel does the trick. Feels and looks so good.
My Popsicle top is amazing - it’s so warm against those head winds yet not at all bulky or restrictive.Ok, so I,ve got an E-Bike but I look and feel like the real deal now.Otago Rail Trail all booked for next week then - who knows? Tour De France next year.
Always on the lookout for cool new GE gear, I ran for my wallet when the Popsicle came up. On arrival, it did not disappoint. It fits well and is really cosy while also being casually stylish and a great colour (to ensure a smooth transition to the all-important after-ride pub stop...) Highly recommended for the winter riding ahead.