Trek-Segafredo recently introduced their new kit and for the first time the team’s male and female riders will share a similar looking kit which is hand-made in Italy by their apparel partner Santini.
The new design has strong similarities to the previous racing kits but now features an updated look.
The women’s kit retains its trademark colours which accent the jersey, bib shorts and socks, with the Pirelli logos appearing on the arms and back of the shorts.
In an effort to reduce waste, the Santini jerseys are made from discarded and recycled fibres without using any polluting chemicals and are packed in compostable bags. The team’s apparel is designed for all seasons from the cold rain of the Classics to the searing sun at the Tour de France.
The squad will also sport a new “radioactive coral” training outfit (below).
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