Bora-hansgrohe has unveiled its kit for 2022 with approximately the same colors as in recent years, but changes the design of the jersey.
The jersey now consists of different sections, in which, in addition to black and red, mainly different shades of green return.
In addition to the clothing, the team’s equipment and accessories have also undergone a makeover. The new Le Col kit was inspired in part by U.S. collegiate sports.
“We’ll definitely stand out in the field in 2022,” said team manager Ralph Denk. “The starting point was U.S. college sports, particularly baseball. I have to admit that at first, I may have been a little skeptical, but the results ended up being very convincing.
“For us, however, the focus is not only on looking smart, we also want to be fast. During our wind tunnel tests in winter, we compared our new kit with competitors’ products, and I can say that we will be fast, very fast.”
Designed by Le Col, the jersey will deliver high performance on the road, officials insisted.
“Over a decade’s worth of research has gone into the package of kit we have pulled together for the Bora-Hansgrohe team,” said Yanto Baker, Le Col founder and CEO. “Hours spent in the wind tunnel have perfected the layup of tripping fabrics and breathable, fast wicking materials. … Every single detail from team jerseys, skin suits and bib shorts to socks and base layers have been designed to perform through a tough WorldTour race calendar.”