Light as a feather. Aerodynamics that would make even the time trial champions of Tour de France green of envy. Cooler than a pair of thin running tights designed for spring days. And stretchier than anything ever designed for cross-country skiing. Indeed, Stratum is undoubtedly the most advanced race suit in the world.
Working closely together with Schoeller and Jersey Lomellina, two of the world’s leading suppliers of high-tech performance fabrics, and applying all our knowledge and experience from winning Tour de France as well as drawing from our pile of world champs medals, we have developed the lightest suit ever produced. In fact, Stratum weighs just over 200 grams.In addition, the suit includes revolutionary low-resistance fabric from Schoeller, a high-tech material that features a power dimple structure that provides superior aerodynamics in the 20 to 45 km/h speed range.
As an elite athlete you ski with exceptionally high intensity and produce enormous amounts of body heat – which means that the main objective of your training and racing clothes is to keep your body cool. To meet this challenge, Stratum is a body-mapping wonderland of very thin materials, open structure fabrics and laser-cut perforations, offering superior breathability at the back, chest, armpits and back of knee. Stratum is used by the skiers on Ski Team Sweden and US Ski Team and is available both in a men’s and women’s version.