Search and State continues to roll out its warm weather gear with these long sleeve merino jerseys. Available in four colors, magenta, green, navy, and black, knit with a synthetic and merino blend for increased durability, and you better believe, they’re selling out fast. Check out all the information and stock at Search and State.
Kitsbow’s popular merino hoodie, the Kitsuma, is back and is now being sewn in the USA at their North Carolina facilities. With cooler weather here, it’s always handy to have a merino hoodie in your wardrobe. These hoodies feature moisture-wicking, temperature regulating layering details, as well as abrasion patches on the elbows.
-Merino/Tencel® blend for the best Merino has to offer with added durability of Tencel (87% Merino, 13% Tencel)
-Super textured nylon mesh in the hood and pockets for structure and feel
-Security pocket on back
-Reflective piping at the shoulders and hem for safety/visibility
-Schoeller® elbow/arm patches for protection and durability
-Thumb holes for when layering or extra coverage
-Sewn in the USA
See more at Kitsbow.
It’s hard to beat merino when it comes to a material suitable for riding in various environmental conditions. Cascada knows this and that’s why their newest jersey is more like a lightweight merino t-shirt. These new jerseys are 50% merino and 50% polyester, this ensures your jersey will last longer and be resilient to moths. For €80,00, you can pick between either sage or rust for a jersey that is made in Italy. See more at Cascada.
Part of the “Make Mine Now” program, the in-house products made in North Carolina at Kitsbow’s HQ, The Escalator Merino Henley features an extremely adaptable dual-facing merino fabric. Made from 34% soft merino on the inside and 66% polyester yarns on the outside, increasing the longevity and comfort of these do-it-all garment pieces. Expect less brand snags and less moth holes in the long run, while maintaining merino’s quick-drying abilities. These Henleys aren’t cheap but will last for years and years of heavy use. Check out all the info and the variety of colors available at Kitsbow.
Ready to roll for spring, PEdALED has launched the Essential Women’s Collection, including the Essential Training Bibs and three colors of the new slim-cut Essential Women’s Merino Cycling Jersey. The whole drop is live at PEdALED, so hop on over to see all the details.
As part of the new Endura Gravel line, dubbed GV500, the Foyle t-shirt is a lightweight, wicking jersey that is woven with stretchy fabric on its sleeves for extra durability and flexibility. The Foyle T has a single zipper side pocket and has a fit described as relaxed, but flap-free fit.
See the entire GV500 line at Endura.
Merino shirts can last for quite some time and with colder weather on the way, make ideal layers for riding due to their thermal properties. Search and State, known for their made in NYC cycling apparel, just released their new Merino Henley shirts. See all the details at Search and State.
While PEdAL ED might be best known for its luxurious, form-fitting lycra attire, the brand has just released a more relaxed line of cycling apparel dubbed the Jary collection. This includes a short-sleeve merino t-shirt, a long-sleeve merino t, jacket, and riding shorts. The entire kit looks great with vibrant colors and a fit more in-tune with casual dirt rides to bikepacking. If I do say so myself, this is the best looking launch from the brand and I can’t wait to see some of it in person. Head to PEdAL ED now to check it out and see more photos below.
The world of MUSA jerseys is surprisingly small for the US being the textile powerhouse it used to be. ANTHM is looking to change that with their made in Portland Merino Wool and Polyester blend jerseys for men and women. Their designs are minimal, with no loud branding or extra flair, perfect for the minimalist who wants functionality over flashy fashion. They make a short sleeve and long sleeve jersey for men and women at a price point akin to synthetic jerseys. Head on over to ANTHM Collective to check out their offerings.
Just because warmer months are coming, doesn’t mean you can’t use merino jerseys. The Cascada Venture Jersey utilizes a blend to keep you cool on warmer rides, while still benefiting from the comfort, fit, feel, and versatility of merino wool. Merino reacts to body temperature changes, absorbs and transfers excess moisture away, protects against UV radiation, is naturally antibacterial and odor resistant, is soft, hypoallergenic and does not cause itching. Available in Olive, Mustard, and Clay and in stock now at Cascada.
What a winter it’s been! It certainly caught me off guard, scrambling through my apparel drawers looking for ways to keep my extremities warm. One staple in anyone’s winter wardrobe are merino caps like the latest from Ornot. It even comes in OD green… See more at Ornot.
If you’re looking at options for winter riding gear, check out SNĒK Cycling out of Salt Lake City. Their offerings include wool caps, arm and knee warmers, as well as other cycling accessories. All of their apparel is made in the USA as well. Head over to SNĒK to check it out.
Using the same materials as their men’s longsleeve merino jerseys, Search and State designed a cut specifically for women. These cold weather pieces will fit perfectly in your current kit selection, are made in New York City and are in stock now. Check out more information at Search and State!
Search and State continue their line of merino cycling apparel with their B-1, a lightweight (because it has no sleeves, right?) baselayer meant to keep you cool in warm weather. These are made in New York City and come in one color: black. Check out more information at Search and State.
A few good merino crew necks are staples in anyone’s wardrobe. I’ve been wearing a sample of this shirt for about three years. It’s become a favorite shirt for riding, traveling and day to day wear.
The Sector is Mission Workshop’s 18.9 micron 190g/sm Australian Merino Wool crew neck and to give it an extra strong resilience, they spun nylon into the weave. Made in San Francisco and in stock now at Mission Workshop.
It’s that time of year. Time for lots of layers, specifically merino layers for on and off the bike. A piece of apparel like a merino henley will go the distance, offering you warmth and wicking whether you’re on a road ride or camping, base layers are one of the most versatile pieces in anyone’s clothing kit during these winter months.
In their pursuit of making the finest cycling apparel in the USA, Search and State has expanded their tech and lycra lineup to include a few choice merino options. The latest being this S3-Base merino base layer henley. $95, made in NYC and yes, it comes in black. See more at Search and State.
The Bosun was one of Mission’s favorite jackets and so when a relaunch was in order, they took the time for a little fine-tuning the tailoring. They updated the jacket to include a removable hood with zippered front hand warmer pockets, as well as cleaning up the fit. The new and improved Bosun Merino Jacket is constructed using 380 GSM Australian Merino wool that is spun with 2% lycra to increase stretch and durability. Wear it alone or layered with a rain jacket. Made in the USA, in limited quantities and shipping mid-February. See more at Mission Workshop.
There are a lot of misconceptions about merino wool, many of which are addressed here in this video by Patagonia, showcasing their new Merino Air™ baselayers. I’ve tried these products on and was really impressed with them. When it comes to bikepacking, camping and even travel, I usually wear as much merino as I can. It’s nice seeing the fabric pushed into a new realm…