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Mavic Inferno bib tights

The warmest in Mavic’s range, the Inferno bib tights are good on a cold winter’s day

£135.00
Score 7

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Mavic Espoir helmet

Entry level for Mavic is equivalent to mid-range for a lot of other brands and we have come to expect great products from the French company. The Mavic Espoir helmet is…

£65.00
Score 7

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Mavic Winter Underhelmet Cap

A cold head and ears can quickly ruin a winter ride, but fitting a warm hat under a helmet can be uncomfortable. This is where a skull cap such as…

£19.99
Score 8

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Mavic Inferno Extreme Winter Gloves

The Mavic Inferno Extreme Winter gloves are the top of the range from the French company and designed to be worn in sub-zero temperatures, potentially the coldest road cycling conditions. They feature a…

£62.50
Score 9

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Mavic Thermo Plus Shoe Cover

Overall these are decent pair of overshoes that fit well and look great when combined with other Mavic kit. They have some good features and very well made, but they…

£48.00
Score 7

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Mavic Sprint Thermo Jacket

You can expect to see more of this jacket in the coming year as the team formally known as Rapha Condor JLT adopt Mavic as their clothing sponsor for 2015.…

£155.00
Score 9

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Mavic Echelon Base Layer

A quality base layer can significantly enhance cold weather riding comfort. In order to do this it needs to tread the fine line between keeping you warm, whilst preventing you from overheating…

£45.00
Score 8

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Mavic Cosmic Ultimate helmet

The Plasma, Mavic’s former top of the range road lid, looks quite chunky in comparison to this new slimmed-down model. The Mavic Cosmic Ultimate weighs in at only 210g (medium),…

£165.00
Score 8