Sugoi Is Super for Cold-Weather Fitness

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Sugoi Is Super for Cold-Weather Fitness


Now that the weather has taken a turn for the colder, it's easy to find excuses to step out of our exercise regimen and spend more time relaxing under a blanket. With the right gear, however, it certainly is possible to continue our fitness routine year-round--and be comfortable while we're at it. Sugoi Performance Apparel offers a comfort system personalized to the athlete to provide the optimal climate and balanced temperature regulation.

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For instance, the women's Firewall 220 Zip Jacket ($180) offers powerful windproof protection and stretch thermal mobility. The softshell fabric features three-layer construction comprised of knitted fabric with a breathable polyurethane membrane. It's a perfect mid-weight layer suitable for a wide range of temperatures without the bulk. The stretch knit sleeves allow for maximum stretch and comfort, as well as unrestricted body movement. It has a full separating zipper with guard and two front welded zip pockets. This attractive jacket comes in nine colors, all with 3M Scotchlite reflective accents for added visibility.

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The Majik Shell Jacket ($180) has Raglan sleeves and core ventilation, with air flow created with a mesh lined pack vent. Designed for comfort with an engineered collar with soft brushed fabric inside, adjustable cuffs, and dual adjustable shockcord at the hemline, it has two zipped outer pockets and one zipped interior for wired media. The Majik comes in three colors with 3M Scotchlite reflective accents.

The Versa Jacket ($120) offers convertible cover age with easily removable magnet-attached sleeves. It has mash ventilation for maximum airflow, dual adjustable shockcord, contrast elastic bound armhole, and two front and one back zip pockets. It comas in five colors with 3M Reflective piping on front, side, and back for added visibility.

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The HydroLite Jacket ($120) is feather-light, packable, and breathable, featuring an engineered collar with shaped back neck and soft brushed inside surface, full separating zip with guard, contrast elastic bound cuff, and a hemline finished with dual adjustable shockcord. …

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