A few people have emailed, asking where they can buy one of the CX Nats 2015 caps that have appeared in a few galleries on the site. Well, Gary at Rothera Cycling just posted them online, but they won’t last long… Swoop now and save a heritage tree.
Cadence’s roots are in Seattle, so it would make sense that they would look to baseball cap manufacturer Ebbets to make their Abide wool caps. These high quality hats are made in Seattle, by hand and are in stock now at Cadence.
Aaron at Stinner Frameworks worked with Sean at Team Dream Team to design a “jailhouse” and “Barbasol” kit. With a black and white, or red, white and blue option, there’s something for everyone. If you’re up to your neck in kits, there are also matching caps.
Head over to Stinner Frameworks for more information.
Swift Industries’ offerings for the holiday season keep growing. Here’s the latest addition to their catalog: the Scout Cap, made by Pace Sportswear from a custom-printed fabric. I love the Stanley flask in the print!
House Industries’ Velo collection is one of the best cycling collaborations of the year in my opinion and it keeps growing. Now in stock are three colors of House Velo caps and bottles. See more below and check stock at House Industries. I love the olive drab!
Here’s the newest product from the Cinelli artist series:
“Team Cinelli Chrome rider Alfred Bobe’ Jr. and Puerto Rican artist Nepo bring the Carribean flavor for the Rider Collection cap. The creation ‘Tropicalpus’ features Nepo’s grafitti and tattoo influenced illustration style set in the sandy beaches of Puerto Rico.”
See more at Cinelli.
Cadence brings back some classic designs for their fall / winter lineup, including two personal favorites of mine: the Exon black denim and Contrary winter cap. Head to Cadence to see their fully-stocked fall and winter online shop.
I’ve known Ben from Fairends since the Freeman Transport days (R.I.P.) and I’ve always loved his made in the USA products. Camp hats are great. Also called twill caps, they’re a staple for any wardrobe. Personally, I prefer black caps, but in the summer, they get soaked in sweat, so I wanted to wait until fall to sell these.
These camp hats are the blackest ever black cotton, with a Jackal embroidered on the front, with grey inlay and the Radavist script text on the back. The construction is super solid and the embroidery is impeccable.
-100% Cotton Twill
– Unstructured cotton body
– One size fits all, adjustable with nylon webbing strap and plastic closure
– Made in the USA
$48 + Shipping ($5 domestic, $12 international) – each will come with stickers and a high five.
SORRY SOLD OUT!
Basic is best, bro. Cadence and Ritchey collaborated on a cycling cap and I don’t think it could any simpler. Nice one fellas!
Austin, Texas’ Rothera Cycling is bringing back “Cycling Cap Tuesday” this fall and the first cap is ready for cool autumn evenings. Head over to Rothera to pick up The Driskell, their flannel cycling cap.