Category Archives: shirts
Manual for Speed has taken their brand into design territory that most “cycling brands” wouldn’t touch and I love it!
“Manual for Speed partners up with ICNY Sport, again, on an evolution of the SPEED concept. Based on Op Art, the graphic treatment embeds the word SPEED in a series of contradicting lines and then repeats. Using reflective inks, the shirt and bandana provide visibility for the athlete, commuter or flash-using-selfie-taker.”
Pick up this exceptional selfie-worthy collaBRO at MFS!
I love this graphic so much and I think it looks incredible as a t-shirt. Cinelli just launched their collaboration “Wolf Shirt” with Denver-based artist Sam Turner at the Winged Store. Head over to scoop!
This one came out great Patrick! Scoop up a Pedal Consumption Skeleton Unicorn shirt designed by Ernesto Serros of One3rdbird right here.
The guys at Golden Saddle have just re-stocked their Righty-O! sweatshirts in heather grey and navy. Also back in stock are the Tracko Not So Winter caps!
One of my favorite photographers, Emiliano Granado of Manual for Speed and Yonder Journal, recently shot a lookbook for NY-based reflective garment company ICNY. While the lookbook focuses on running and running apparel, ICNY’s products are perfect for cycling.
See more products at ICNY and the lookbook at their blog.
Photo by Chris Lee
King Kog has some new shirts for sale. Surely you can never have too many Black Flag flips? Scoop one up at King Kog!
I see this shirt and I immediately think of Irate, Terror, Bane and other east coast hardcore bands of the 90’s. Seriously, the east ruled HxC in those days! I’m just stoked to see the spirit and the somewhat questionable design choices living on in modern times with shirts like this. Kick it up and keep that rubber side down with TCB Courier!
Eric from Winter has a pre-order opened up for one of my favorite frame builder tees. Check out more information at Winter!
Ok, before you ask me what’s going on with this shirt, allow me to introduce you:
“Pictured are Itchy and Scratchy, two bears included in the 1941 torchlight parade in celebration of the State of Jefferson’s vote to secede from California and Oregon and form a new state, of which a primary motive was to secure better federal funding for road construction.”
Aka, it makes for a very weird graphic t-shirt by Joshua Porter and I love it! Pre-order the MSOJP shirt at Yonder Journal.
I don’t care what the roadies say, camo’s not dead! Check out these new crewnecks Mash just posted!