Taking the all new SS. campionissimoJerseyevo7 out for a few dozen miles in the heat of summer tells us that, though Assos is often colloquially referred to as the shorts company, the Swiss brand knows a few things about jerseys, too. The SS. campionissimoJersey represents a new level of innovation in cycling tops, and not even Assos' SS. cento jersey pushed the boundaries this far. By combining an integrated skinFoil base layer, a proprietary new fabric, and an asymmetrical design ethos that only Assos could dream up, the SS. campionissimo does to jerseys what the T. campionissimoS7 bibs did for cycling shorts: completely revolutionize the game, and force every other manufacturer to up their game in order to stay relevant. The jersey's main material is Assos' own type. 002. No one's surprised to see a proprietary fabric on Assos' line topping jersey, but its stylish matte finish, compressive stretch, and incredibly soft touch are surprisingly at odds with each other. A seamless construction at the collar and sleeves multiplies the material's comfort factor exponentially, but you won't get to enjoy the type. 002 against your skin anywhere but at the sleeves and throat the jersey incorporates a built in skinFoil base layer around the torso. The skinFoil's textured material is actually softer than the type. 002 outer layer, and it's more effective at wicking moisture from your skin to keep you dry. Rather than a raglan style strip extending all the way to the collar, the new shoulder design involves a central panel that maps across the top part of the trapezius, tapers across the deltoid, and wraps around the bicep and the triceps. This panel provides firm support across the shoulders and upper arms while the rest of the paneling allows for a more forgiving stretch. The result is a blend of structural compression across the shoulder and arm muscles which helps to reduce the gradual accumulation of fatigue from micro oscillations caused by road noise travel...