Category Archives: shirts
Photo by Chris Fortuna
Is it punk or is it couture? Whatever it is, this isn’t the first time high fashion has collided with a Tracko offering. The STTB button was inspired by a campaign to “Save The Tents” during NY Fashion Week. This latest tee and koozie pull inspiration from another fashion industry giant – Kate Moss. Originally published in a 2002 issue of i-D magazine, and shot by Craig McDean, the now iconic image of Moss in an olive drab military jacket with “God Save The Queen” painted on the back has long been a favorite of mine.
Pick one up at Trackosaurus Rex!
If anyone knows weight loss, it’s me. I went from flubby to fit (sorta), all from riding more. Andy from Fyxomatosis has a lot to do with my fitness and so I feel like I owe him the plug on this one. Scoop up an Eddy Merckx Weight Loss Programs shirt yourself!
These two names are some of the best of the best, ATMO. Pick up a House Industries for Richard Sachs t-shirt and don’t forget to swoop up the RSCX winter hats and cycling caps here!
I don’t know about you, but I’m not always a perfect angel when I ride my bike, so thankfully, TCB is riding for me. Pick up one of these new tees and celebrate four years of TCB Courier!
… not really but the new MFS shirt gradient fade is awesome.
Pre-order one at Manual for Speed.
Kinoko Cycles has a fresh new stock of Tokyo Fixed shirts in stock. These two are my favorites, but you can see the rest here or pick one up here.
Leadville is happening as I’m typing this, with the race finishing in a few hours. Just because you weren’t there (or maybe you are), doesn’t mean you can’t pick up one of these Bobcats in Leadville shirts! Check out more information here and pick one up here. Personally, I think this would make a great bike shop poster too!
Photos by Sean Murphy
As one of the first people to test out the new cycling gear from Mission Workshop, I greeted it with as much apprehension as enthusiasm. Surely, there were already a lot of options for urban cycling gear out there but were these new pieces strictly for cycling?
Not at all. In fact, while I enjoyed riding in the clothes, I didn’t feel like there was anything in particular that made it cycling-specific and that’s a good thing. The side utility pocket has everyday applications and the cut certainly fits on the bike. In the end, this is made in the USA, high-tech, high-quality clothing from a company that is no stranger to those traits.
The crew at Upness just launched their new web shop. Check out the offerings here and pre-order the new Upness kit here! Wanna know more about Upness? Check out the interview over at FOLLY.
Here’s the Heavy Pedal summer lookbook. Check out the full line here!