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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, XS
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, XS
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, S
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, S
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, XL
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, XL
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, M
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket White Panther, M
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos LL.pompaDour_s5 Tights - Women's
Assos LL.pompaDour_s5 Tights - Women's
The phrase don't compromise has long been the mantra employed by Assos for its technical cycling apparel. Sure, it sounds like a sound principle to adhere to, but it takes a detailed inspection of the product at hand to really see what the Swiss designers mean by this. Take the new LL. pompaDour_s5 Women's Tights, for example, as they were constructed to specifically fit, support, and protect the female body in cold winter-weather riding conditions. And while many apparel manufactures claim that their products possess these same characteristics, no one but Assos is as obsessed with refining its items until absolute perfection is achieved. The platform for the LL. pompaDour comes from Assos' LL. uma that it replaces, but the pattern has been revised to mimic the LL. 716's twinDeck-foiling technology. What this means is that instead of using a bulky and inflexible membrane for the thigh and knee panels, Assos employed a specific double-layer construction -- Assos' RXQ fleece-backed material provides next-to-skin comfort and light insulation, with a layer of its proprietary Stratagon ultralight membrane keeping you shielded from the cold, wind, and light rain. Together, this dual-layer system provides total freedom of knee movement, while still providing exceptional comfort and protection from the elements. The LL. pompaDour was constructed using four panels, six different textiles, and 10 components. For the majority of the paneling, Assos' RXplus fabric was used. This is a heavier-weight, refined version of the former Roubaix fabric, meaning that it provides both an increase in abrasion resistance and insulation. The real beauty of this material is that while it effectively shields and insulates the body, it still delivers that legendary, silky Assos touch to the skin. The second brand new fabric to emerge from the ASSOS Textile Lab is known as stratagonUltra. This ultrathin material was strategically placed due to its elastic properties, as its flexible compo...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, S
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, S
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, L
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, L
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, XL
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, XL
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, XS
Assos iJ.pompaDour_S7 Women's Jacket Black Volkanga, XS
It's rare that a jacket is able to tell its story through sheer numbers, but not surprisingly, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 achieves just that. For its construction, Assos used 30 pattern pieces, 10 different textiles, and 12 separate components. In other words, Assos put some thought into this jacket. Then again, in order to disrupt the seven year reign of the umaJack, we expected nothing less. Even the name of the iJ. pompaDour_S7 is highly strategic. The pompaDour part of this jacket's name is the Assos translation of Madame Marquise de Pompadour, who was the official chief mistress of Louis XV. Among her many accolades, Madame de Pompadour was highly regarded for her intelligence and keen eye for Rococo interiors and architecture. In fact, she planned the designs for buildings like the Place de la Concorde and the Petit Trianon. However, she's most remembered, and endeared, for introducing Dom Perignon's invention, champagne, to the Royal Court. For these reasons, she served as inspiration for Assos to test the boundaries of possibility in winter riding apparel, in both style and sophistication. Now, reason tells us that, as the umaJack's successor, the iJ. pompaDour_S7 would appropriately build off its predecessor's success. However, Assos actually modeled the iJ. pompaDour_S7 off of its men's iJ. bonKa. Accordingly, the chest, collar, and arm panels that face the wind take advantage of Assos' twinDeckFoiling in order to keep the cold at bay. It has two layers, one windproof and one insulating. The outer layer is the stratagonUltra airBlock material -- Assos' new waterproof, breathable, and flexible membrane that's less breathable when cold and more breathable as the air directly next to the membrane heats up. This allows it to retain more heat when you're cold, and to be more breathable once you heat up and start to sweat. The inner layer is Assos' RXQ fabric, a lightweight stretch fabric that's smooth on one side and fleecy on the other. The upper-arms are made...
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Assos LL.pompaDour_s5 Tights - Women's Black Volkanga, L
Assos LL.pompaDour_s5 Tights - Women's Black Volkanga, L
The phrase don't compromise has long been the mantra employed by Assos for its technical cycling apparel. Sure, it sounds like a sound principle to adhere to, but it takes a detailed inspection of the product at hand to really see what the Swiss designers mean by this. Take the new LL. pompaDour_s5 Women's Tights, for example, as they were constructed to specifically fit, support, and protect the female body in cold winter-weather riding conditions. And while many apparel manufactures claim that their products possess these same characteristics, no one but Assos is as obsessed with refining its items until absolute perfection is achieved. The platform for the LL. pompaDour comes from Assos' LL. uma that it replaces, but the pattern has been revised to mimic the LL. 716's twinDeck-foiling technology. What this means is that instead of using a bulky and inflexible membrane for the thigh and knee panels, Assos employed a specific double-layer construction -- Assos' RXQ fleece-backed material provides next-to-skin comfort and light insulation, with a layer of its proprietary Stratagon ultralight membrane keeping you shielded from the cold, wind, and light rain. Together, this dual-layer system provides total freedom of knee movement, while still providing exceptional comfort and protection from the elements. The LL. pompaDour was constructed using four panels, six different textiles, and 10 components. For the majority of the paneling, Assos' RXplus fabric was used. This is a heavier-weight, refined version of the former Roubaix fabric, meaning that it provides both an increase in abrasion resistance and insulation. The real beauty of this material is that while it effectively shields and insulates the body, it still delivers that legendary, silky Assos touch to the skin. The second brand new fabric to emerge from the ASSOS Textile Lab is known as stratagonUltra. This ultrathin material was strategically placed due to its elastic properties, as its flexible compo...
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Assos LL.pompaDour_s5 Tights - Women's Black Volkanga, M
Assos LL.pompaDour_s5 Tights - Women's Black Volkanga, M
The phrase don't compromise has long been the mantra employed by Assos for its technical cycling apparel. Sure, it sounds like a sound principle to adhere to, but it takes a detailed inspection of the product at hand to really see what the Swiss designers mean by this. Take the new LL. pompaDour_s5 Women's Tights, for example, as they were constructed to specifically fit, support, and protect the female body in cold winter-weather riding conditions. And while many apparel manufactures claim that their products possess these same characteristics, no one but Assos is as obsessed with refining its items until absolute perfection is achieved. The platform for the LL. pompaDour comes from Assos' LL. uma that it replaces, but the pattern has been revised to mimic the LL. 716's twinDeck-foiling technology. What this means is that instead of using a bulky and inflexible membrane for the thigh and knee panels, Assos employed a specific double-layer construction -- Assos' RXQ fleece-backed material provides next-to-skin comfort and light insulation, with a layer of its proprietary Stratagon ultralight membrane keeping you shielded from the cold, wind, and light rain. Together, this dual-layer system provides total freedom of knee movement, while still providing exceptional comfort and protection from the elements. The LL. pompaDour was constructed using four panels, six different textiles, and 10 components. For the majority of the paneling, Assos' RXplus fabric was used. This is a heavier-weight, refined version of the former Roubaix fabric, meaning that it provides both an increase in abrasion resistance and insulation. The real beauty of this material is that while it effectively shields and insulates the body, it still delivers that legendary, silky Assos touch to the skin. The second brand new fabric to emerge from the ASSOS Textile Lab is known as stratagonUltra. This ultrathin material was strategically placed due to its elastic properties, as its flexible compo...
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