to

Showing reviews 1–25 of 26

Mavic Vision arm warmers

Rain and wind resistant with 360° visibility for both day and nighttime riding, could the Mavic Vision be the only arm-warmer you'll ever need?

£37.50
Score 8

Rainproof, windproof and coming with 360° visibility, could the Mavic Vision H20 Vest be the most technically advanced gilet out there?

£97.50
Score 8

We've tested the Vision shoe covers, part of Mavic's new line of hi-vis reflective clothing and accessories

£37.50
Score 8

The Mavic Vision Thermo gloves are designed to keep you safer and more comfortable on cold, dark rides.

£50.00
Score 8

We've tested the Mavic Aksium jersey which offers good value at £45, has a lot of quality details for riding in warmer weather, and looks pretty nice too.

£45.00
Score 9

The Mavic Cosmic Ultimate shoes which offer the ventilation and stiff sole that you'd expect from such a pricey pair of shoes, with wide fit available too.

£265.00
Score 9

Mavic Cosmic Pro gloves are designed for hot summer riding. At just 30g and with no padding they're a minimalist option. We've taken a look at how they perform.

£30.00
Score 7

The Mavic Cosmic Pro jersey is designed to for use in really hot conditions, being very light and well-ventilated, and with a very good aerodynamic fit too.

£68.00
Score 9

On paper, there should be a lot to like about the Mavic Ksyrium Pro Thermo shoes. Inspired by cross country skiing boots, the Gore-Tex outer is designed to be windproof,…

£135.00
Score 6

My initial ‘short shorts’ concerns were alleviated once I had actually got the Athena shorts on, finding they had a similar healthy length to all the other shorts that have been tested recently.…

£78.00
Score 9

Mavic’s CXR Ultimate road shoe is a unique piece of kit among the competition — a road shoe with an integrated aerodynamic flap. The cover combines a tough but smooth…

£260.00
Score 7

One of the lightest gilets I’ve had the pleasure of testing, it’s no surprise that the Mavic Aksium vest stuffs down plenty small enough to fit into a jersey pocket,…

£48.00
Score 8

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

£135.00
Score 7

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CW during the winter clothing test checks out the Mavic Cyclone Jacket £114.99

£114.99
Score 9