Twin Six’s new Northwoods Race Club kits are here just in time for chilly weather. This line is part of the Bareknuckle Brigade and is available in a short sleeve jersey, a long sleeve jersey, bibs, wind vest and a thermal vest now at Twin Six.
The guys at Lone Wolf have got your back this winter. Your back and your arms, that is. Covered. Their new Territory Long Sleeve jersey is simple and affordable. Check out more at Lone Wolf Cycling.
Paul Smith has been a longtime fan of cycling and his newest range of garments reflect that. Introducing the 531 Cycling Collection and yeah, it looks really nice!
Along with their new cycling apparel line, including jackets and vests, this week State Bicycle Co launched their Rider Signature series jerseys, beginning with October and Jason Clary’s design.
Head over to State Bicycle Co to check it all out!
I want to call them crazy, but we already know that. Manual for Speed transcends crazy, like space pandas shooting lasers from their eyes… Kinda like these jerseys, for pre-order now, through November 2nd for a late December, early January delivery.
See more at Manual for Speed.
Sean has been busy over at Team Dream, restocking classic designs and working on new products. My personal favorite is the Reverse Rizzle Jersey and matching Compression bibs, but hey, the Chubby Bobcat sweatshirt and By Any Means shirt ain’t bad either!
Hell, while we’re at it, Sean has restocked just about everything. Head over to Team Dream’s web shop for more!
As interesting as retro-inspired jerseys are, there’s very little quality to the run-of-the-mill reproductions you’ll find online. Unless you’re looking at DeMarchi’s offerings. These 100% made in Italy jerseys are either full merino, or a merino blend. They won’t itch or pill like other repro jerseys and some even have a unique story behind them. Take, for example that Cinelli jersey… It’s an exact replica of Doug Dale’s own:
“Doug Dale, a well-known American racer in the 1960’s and ’70’s lent us his original cycling jersey for the replica, one that he obtained from the legendary Kopp’s Cycles in Princeton, New Jersey USA.”
Such craftsmanship and heritage isn’t cheap, but then again, at least you know where it’s made!
See more at DeMarchi!
Never one to leave the ladies out of their kit designs, Cadence just stocked their Pro Motion Women’s kit. Head over to Cadence for more! These really do look great.
The team at Tenspeed Hero has done it again. This time, their fall drop brings the St. Trophime jersey to both men and women. Named after a small church in Arles and designed by Lauren Ayers, these kits are available now, along with the rest of the fall drop at Tenspeed Hero.