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…
It’s crazy to think that a brand like Cadence has only been around for 10 years. Ok, maybe “crazy” isn’t the right word, but for me, Cadence represents a brand that grew out of a truly grassroots scene and what started as essentially a silkscreen shirt company has grown a major name in this whole thing we call cycling.
I remember first seeing Cadence shirts when I moved to New York and now, years later, Cadence is celebrating a decade of radness with a new kit.
Check out the Cadence Decade Kit in stock now!
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!
Boston’s Superb is having a pre-order for their new topography kits. Head over for more details!
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.
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!
Kjeld is one of my friends in Los Angeles and as a native of the UK, he grew up listening to the Clash. Now he’s living in LA, way into bikes, is fast, fit and stoked on the community there. He just got some rad kits made by Endo under his label, Superdomestik, as an homage to “Guns of Brixton”.
In case you grew up under a rock and never heard of the Clash, this song had heavy reggae overtones, hence this kit. Scoop one up at Superdomestik!
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.
To kick off cross season, Mash has just loaded their web shop with the a complete run of the new RGB kits. Head over to Mash to scoop because they won’t be in stock for long.
My friends at Kinfolk Studios in Brooklyn have just launched a pre-order of their new Endo Customs cycling kit. We all know that Endo’s kits are the best in the US, so there’s no debate over the quality. Put in your pre-order at Kinfolk!
Also, check out a short video the guys made below.