Our innovation and technology works towards maintaining the optimal body temperature of 36.5°C at all times.
Every single product is designed to achieve this goal: all-year-round, in all weather conditions, during all training intensities: With Q36.5 gear, your body temperature is guaranteed to stay at its optimal level.
Our in-house R&D team has developed many industry-leading cycling innovations such as the proprietary Lumbar Support System, Gradual Compression and Super Moulded Chamois.
The UNIQUE™ Bibs, the world’s first 3D ergogenic bib shorts of its kind, entirely made from a single woven garment won the Red Dot Design Award for its novelty design and cut.
Q36.5 gear is rigorously tested in a climatic chamber in cooperation with one of the most avant-garde European scientific research institutes. We have developed a proprietary sensor system to analyse the thermal comfort of athletes during training and performance and to allow for optimal body-mapping studies that allow us to pinpoint exact thermal and sweat zones.
Q36.5 collaborates with elite Italian textile partners to develop the most efficient cycling fabrics in the world. Developed by our in-house studio along with exceptional Italian textile manufacturers for exclusive use in our collections. These proprietary fabrics have been developed to optimally support athletes in high-intensity activity under the most challenging conditions.
Q36.5’s innovations are hand-made and crafted by expert craftsmen in Italy. This means that each piece is of utmost quality, engineered with hand precision and decades of experience. This allows us to offer exceptional quality that withstands even the toughest rides. It’s a level of quality that is apparent from the first touch and ride onwards.
Q36.5’s RaceWear is exclusively sourced, developed and manufactured with Italian fabrics and hand-crafted within a 350 km radius from our Bolzano headquarters in Italy. With up to 100% recycled fabrics our approach to sustainability is radical and hyper-local – showing that a responsible cycling industry is indeed possible.