Nopinz Pro-1 Speedsuit review

Avoid sticking safety pins in your aero kit with an integral pocket for your number. It's more aero too

NoPinz skinsuit
(Image credit: Future)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Nopinz's Speedsuit incorporates the company's Speedpocket and a mixture of fabrics to allow club cyclists to get the best out of their TT efforts. All stitched together at the company's HQ in Barnstaple. It's easy to get on and off, fits well and feels durable throughout.

Reasons to buy
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    Number enclosed and out of airflow

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    No need for use of safety pins

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    Durable and well constructed

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    Won't break the bank

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Material behind zip can get snagged

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The Nopinz brand was born of a simple yet quite brilliant idea. Rather than continuing the decades-old tradition of riders pinning on a number and having it flap about on their back, the company's founder, Blake Pond decided to conceal it in a pocket behind a see-through plastic section, known as the Speedpocket.

It’s the kind of idea that makes you think; why hasn’t someone thought of that before?

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