Louis Garneau has no qualms calling the Men's Course LGneer Skin Suit the best one-piece on the market, and it has the credentials to make that superlative statement arguable. Developed and tested in collaboration with Canada's biggest racing team, Alphamantis aerodynamics technology, and Europe's top experts, the Course LGneer underwent harsh wind tunnel testing to shave off one second per kilometer compared to other suits. What that means for you is that you'll maximize every watt of available energy with this suit's streamlined, aerodynamic profile.
Sitting at the heart of this skin suit, the innovative 5Motion chamois ensures riding comfort when you're pushing yourself harder than ever. It's comprised of high-density memory foam that's constructed with Beveled Edge Molding, which reduces inconsistencies for a more uniform, even thickness. This is essential for a smoother feel across the entire chamois, which virtually eliminates pinch points. 3D-shaped wings reduce pressure while maximizing rider mobility in the saddle. Breathable perforations readily disperse perspiration build-up to eliminate irritation.
The Course LGneer Triathlon Skin Suit employs a strategic mix of LG's most aerodynamic fabrics in conjunction with strategic compression. These fabrics include LGneer, CB M-2, Grid 70 Air, CB Mondo RF, and CB Lazer Rev, which are technically engineered to enhance your racing performance with the highest level of aerodynamics, paired with strategic muscle support. Three different compression zones of varying thickness improve blood flow in your legs, so you can push forward with every possible advantage.
These strategically engineered fabrics are finished with a Coldblack treatment, which reflects scorching sunshine from heating up darker panels. As a result of this reflective finish, the Course LGneer Triathlon Skin Suit keeps you utterly cool and comfortable on race day, as well as ensuring protection from harmful UV rays. For even greater cooling, Grid 70 Air mesh is placed in strategic zones, so you don't succumb to overheating.