Vardena Technology

Vardena Technology

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      Vardena Super Line 蓝色碳陶瓷骑行服
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      Vardena Honey Line 白色碳陶瓷骑行服
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      Vardena 碳陶瓷围兜
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      运动礼品套装 Vardena 智能手表 Acqua Dell'Elba
      $4,344.00
      Vardena Super Line 红色碳陶瓷骑行服
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      Vardena Honey Line 碳陶瓷黑色骑行服
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      Vardena Cut Line 白色碳陶瓷骑行服
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      Vardena Cut Line 黑色碳陶瓷骑行服
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      Vardena 银蓝色全碳纤维骑行服
      from $1,536.00
      Vardena 纯黑色全碳纤维骑行服
      from $1,536.00
      Vardena F1 红色全碳纤维骑行服
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      Vardena 深空全碳纤维骑行服
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      VARDENA is an Italian brand, which has its factory in Varese, a city in the northern part of Italy, since 1980. This area is considered the Land of Champions, thanks to more than 100 years of cycling history. Here you can find industries specialized in luxury textile, aviation, precision mechanics and the most sophisticated cycling. And amidst them is VARDENA, where we engineer and manufacture the new carbon fiber cycling technology of VARDENA. The name VARDENA comes from putting together Varese and Ardena, the mountain that divides Italy from Switzerland. This is the arduous training ground of some of the strongest cyclists and where VARDENA’s founder found his inspiration. He was a professional rider and conceived the idea of a new generation of cycling uniform technology able to deliver a new level of performance capable of reducing muscle fatigue when worn.

      VARDENA AERODYNAMICS

      All Vardena jerseys and bibs are completely handmade and designed in Italy following sophisticated engineering processes based on the most refined knowledge of fluid dynamics in order to maximize the athlete’s aerodynamics while on the saddle.
      This way, Vardena garments maximize the ability of the athlete to penetrate the air while riding, a fundamental characteristic to save power when cycling and to reach higher speeds, since the aerodynamic resistance increases with the power to the square of the speed of advancement.