Category Archives: jerseys
Photos by Kyle Kelley
This website focuses a lot on Made in the USA products, but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t share products like this when I put them through the ringer, especially if it saves you some money.
The summer sun is unforgiving and while I’ll wear sun sleeves and a normal jersey on my road bike, I spent a good amount of time this year looking for long-sleeve sunblocking options for mountain bike rides. A large misconception about long sleeve shirts is that they’re too hot to wear on a sunny summer day and while that can be true for materials like cotton, there are silkweight options that will wick sweat, keep you cool and most importantly protect your arms from the sun’s harmful rays… (more…)
Poler‘s kits are always the best! For the forthcoming fall months, they’ve worked out a pre-order with Castelli on a pair of bibs, a jersey and arm warmers using their Land-designed pinecone pattern. The pre-order is live now, so head over to Castelli to see more information. For what it’s worth, I’ve found these kits to fit true-to-size…
Over at the Athletic, they’ve been inspired by their popular La Cubiste socks and turned the design into two jerseys. A Blue Magic design and a hot pink “collection” which comes with a cap and socks. Head over to the Athletic to check out their full apparel offerings.
Wardrobes over here are pretty subdued. Black jeans, black shirts, black boots. If color does get splashed in, it’ll usually be either camo, green, tan or grey. You know, the simple tones that make life interesting. While we’ve got nothing against bright, vibrant kit designs, they’re just not our thing. That’s why sticking to solid tones and hues makes sense to us.
Introducing two new Radavist jerseys and a short sleeve rendition of the collaboration jersey with Tracko. These include: a Battleship Grey Jersey with black accents, a “Sprinters” OD Green jersey with discharge tan accents and a Blackened Splinter Camo jersey, marked with Tracko and the Radavist insignia in white. Mix them with your favorite black bibs, or the Radavist bibs. Either way, they’ll look great.
Each jersey is made by hand in Los Angeles by Endo Customs and is in stock now with a retail of $125 plus shipping. These are sold out. Thanks for your support. We’ll be shipping them this week.
We’ll be stocking three new jersey colors: Battleship Grey, “sprinters” OD Green and a collaboration jersey with Tracko, the Blackened Splinter Camo. These are in stock and will ship this week, along with any previous order corrections.
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Team Dream’s Thin Stripe Fade jerseys went fast, so Sean opened up a pre-order with a late-August delivery. If you missed them the first round, now’s your chance. Head over to Team Dream Team for more information and ordering.
FYXO’s got a few new designs, along with a few classics in stock now at his website including the new Horizon jerseys and wind vests. Those mysterious shoe covers magically appeared again as well. Head over to FYXO see what’s in store.
Cadence takes to the desert for their new Aero Lightweight Kit release video.
@searchandstate along with @theradavist is giving away the last of their sold out #S1ALOHA jerseys, here’s how you can win one.
Show us your best ALOHA Vibes (open to interpretation) using the hashtag #S1ALOHA by Friday, July 10th at Midnight. Winners will be selected, contacted individually, and celebrated for their commitment to the ALOHA lifestyle.
The Search and State S1-A jersey is one of my favorites. If you’re into no-label simplicity, chances are it’ll be one of yours too. The S1-A jersey is a durable, technical garment made in New York City with an impeccable fit and a classic look that will last for seasons on end. Need a different jersey for (almost) every day of the week? SAS has ya covered with a four-jersey bundle at a savings. Four jerseys, for $400.
Check out the SAS S1-A Jersey Bundle.