I usually don’t like posting renderings of kits, but these new offerings from Rock n Rollin are looking good. I love the “Live Fast Die Old” slogan. See the full offerings here. Some of which are a little weird, like the rainbow Eucalyptus…
I know it’s tough to decide which jersey or kit to buy with all the options I’ve been posting these past few weeks. What I will say though is yesterday, when Tenspeed Hero posted about this Stealth Club jersey, I went and immediately picked one up. And some new caps…
What can I say? Tenspeed Hero is killing it. Head on over now to check their stock.
Ornot is a small, new label based in San Francisco. Founded by the belief that you shouldn’t have to spend a lot of money, only to look like a rolling billboard. All of their garments are made in California and are minimally-branded.
Check out the full Ornot line here. I will say one thing: kudos to them for developing a women’s line at the same time as a men’s line and making them the same design!
Also, damn, I miss riding in California already!
You can never have too many jerseys. Trust me on that. Also, you can never have too many black jerseys, especially going into the winter months. Check out the newest team jerseys from Tokyo Fixed!
For Autumn / Winter 2013, Rapha revisits some of their classic cold weather gear. My favorites this season are the thermal bibs, the longsleeve brevet jersey and the extensive women’s line. See the full product like at Rapha and check out the lookbook here.
This week has been a tough one for jersey collectors. Especially with the cool autumn mornings being here, and the newest from House Industries. Every cyclist should have a wool jersey. I don’t care where you are but rest assured, showing up to a ride in this will get you some attention…
Scoop up a House Industries Script Wool Jersey here!
Seriously, killing it!
Richard Sachs and House Industries have absolutely knocked this project out of the park. After many inquiries, Richard has opened up a pre-order for the House Industries kits. Head over to find out more!
You know what? I like stripes. A lot. I didn’t at first but then I wore one of these kits and I realized that they look damn nice. It doesn’t hurt that Sean’s also a rad dude. He’s worked with Endo customs on a set of compression bibs. They’re tight, won’t lose form, won’t fade and come in all black, including the logos. I have a pair and they rule.
I can get behind this for sure:
“We all want to help. Castelli has teamed up with SlipStreamSports and OpenHeartCO to raise money for the United Way’s Foothills Relief Fund.
Buy a jersey and you will help. All proceeds after the production cost of the jersey go to the fund.
I think it’s safe to say that the whole camo thing is at its prime so simply slapping an ambiguous pattern on a cycling kit, or apparel isn’t going to cut it. There has to be something unique, or even vernacular about the presentation. Enter the Fyxomatosis “Predator” cycling kit.
Disruptive Pattern Camouflage Uniform, or Auscam was developed in the 70′s and 80′s. Used by the Australian Defence Force, Auscam is very distinctly Australian. As Australian as meat pies and yes, as Australian as Fyxo himself.
Andy sent me one of these kits a few weeks back, which I subsequently shredded (literally) on the first MTB ride. Since Andy still owes me $999.99 from a bet, I told him I’d clear his debt if he sent me another one and here it is.
The kit itself is made from really nice fabric and stuff. The fabric is as Italian as a cannoli stain on an Armani suit, uses YKK zippers, J-TECK dies for crisp sublimation, UV protection SPF 25+ and has passed extensive PiNP x FYXO testing in only the finest lab conditions (i.e. the wood).
While the US dollar is stronger than the AUS, scoop one up at FYXO… and yes, this stuff will make you a god damned sexual Tyrannosaurus, just like me.
See more photos in the Gallery and all the fit information, plus detail photos you need at FYXO.