ACID Almanac Jersey
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Warranty & Crash Repair
Every product we carry comes with a full manufacturer warranty, 21 Stages Cycling support and a policy to repair clothing should you crash and tear your clothing.
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Where It's Made
Givelo products are made in Colombia by Givelo with luxury Italian fabrics.
Pacto carbon products are made in Italy with luxury Italian materials.
Pacto non carbon products and accessories are made in Italy, Spain and Portugal
Obbi products are made in Napoli Italy with luxury Italian materials.
Wear a technically advanced, lightweight jersey built for the summer heat with soft Italian fabrics, laser drilled side ventilation holes, expandable side panels and other unique features.
- Laser-cut underarm ventilation
- Seamless sleeves and rear pockets
- Expandable side cooling panels
- Internal seamless silicone gripper
- Reflective logos
- Additional 4th pocket
- Automatic cam-lock zipper
- A.C.I.D. official patch.
- Pre-dyed Italian bacteriostatic fabric
- Highly elastic secondary fabric with perfect recovery
- Ultra-fast sweat wicking technology
- UPF50+ sun protection
Each piece of the A.C.I.D. collection was developed to create something truly unique and different; a collection of cycling garments designed from the ground up to enhance the cycling experience.
The philosophy behind the A.C.I.D collection puts into practice the desire to make exciting and impactful clothing. It's a method of design that challenges and deconstructs basic assumptions of what cycling apparel should be. From these deconstructed assumptions, new concepts are born, and are seamlessly assembled, to create the truly unique Givelo A.C.I.D collection.
Eliminate the conventional, wear the conceptual.