Kitwatch tests Q36.5 Absolutely Equipment
The Kitwatch editor recently wrote on Cycling Tips a complimentary review about Q36.5. After testing our Equipment in the Dolomites, our home turf where we do our testing as well, the Kitwatch editor also stopped by our headquarters to get a behind-the-scenes look into our R&D. He was impressed by our proprietary fabric, a result of long research, as well as by the sartorial craftsmanship – every step of production takes place in Italy. You can read the review here:
“As curator and editor at Kitwatch I come across a lot of brands and a lot of kit, which often come with outlandish claims about technology, fabrics and fit attached. Recently, I’d been hearing stories of the Italian brand Q36.5’s crazy R&D and next level-fabrics. After hearing multiple glowing testimonials, my curiosity was aroused. However, when a trusted friend recently proclaimed “after wearing their kit, I have never looked at another brand” I knew I had to try them for myself, and check the range out in person.
June and July in Melbourne, Australia is wet and cold, so wanting to escape the grips of winter I planned a summer vacation, with bike in tow. I pieced together an itinerary, set on spending severl weeks travelling through Europe with some serious time in the Italian Dolomites. I was going to be in the homeland of Italian cycling – riding some of the passes that had so often featured in the races I had spent years watching on TV.
Coincidentally, Q36.5’s factory is in Bolzano, a medium-sized city in a valley between the Alps and the Dolomites, and as I was in the area I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to find out more about this innovative apparel company. Before I knew it, I was getting a personal preview of their newest collection, with none other than the founder Luigi Bergamo.”
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