The G+ Graphene Aero Jersey was unveiled at the Eurobike 2018 trade show in Friedrichshafen, Germany, on Monday.
The jersey was treated with G+, which distributes heat generated by the body in cold conditions and releases it when needed in warmer weather, meaning cyclists use less energy to regulate body temperature.
Fabrics treated with G+ are also electrostatic and bacteriostatic, helping to reduce sweat and body odour.
"We are honoured that Oakley and Bioracer have launched the G+ Aero Jersey incorporating our Graphene Plus, which follows extensive lab and road testing,” said Directa Plus chief executive Giulio Cesareo.
“It is a significant endorsement of the strengths of our offer and, in particular, the thermal regulation abilities of our G+ planar thermal circuit.
“Sportswear represents a substantial potential market for our G+ and we're delighted to have added cycling clothing to our portfolio of G+-enhanced textiles for sport, which includes skiing, golf and athleisure.”