Made from 100% cotton Japanese Loop Terry and featuring a locking Riri zipper, these new Search and State pullovers are far from your average sweatshirt. I will admit, posting a $145 sweatshirt feels weird, but knowing Search and State’s apparel, it’s gonna be worth it. Head to SAS for more information.
Bringing back the S2-R jersey for 2017, Search and State evolved the piece to be leaner, meaner, and lighter evolution the original. Made in New York, with durable construction and in stock now. Check out more information at Search and State.
Apologies for double-dipping in the Search and State wool this morning, but this is too good to not share. Ever wonder where or how SAS develops their products? Here’s a brief insight into their process… Check out the Sustainable New York collection at SAS.
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!
I will not OD from OD. Search and State’s new long sleeve merino jerseys are here in time for winter rides. Merino makes for an incredibly versatile material. You can wear it for multiple rides without having to wash it, it’ll dry fast in a rain shower and if properly cared for, will last for years. These jerseys are made in New York City and come in three colors. You already know which one I favor, though! Head to Search and State to check them out.
My favorite piece of Search and State’s collection returns this fall in a new color. The S1-J Riding Jacket is back in “sage.” Check out more information at Search and State.
I love that this project came to fruition. Good on ya, Search and State!
Search and State’s patterned jerseys continue with the Junmai S1-A riding jersey. Printed with a Japanese-inspired pattern in gold, on a black base and in stock now at Search and State.
I’ll still stand by my earlier claims that the Search and State S2R is the most comfortable pair of bibs I’ve ever worn. Now, for those of you who want something a little lighter in color for the summer months, they’ve just released them in grey. Expect the same fit and comfort as the black bibs, in a lighter tone. In stock now at Search and State.
Richard Sachs is one of the most unique frame builders of all time. His approach to everything from frame design to branding has withstood time in terms of relevance and his opinions of the cycling industry are always worth the read, ATMO. Being a maker, he is drawn to other makers inside this little world we’ve carved a niche in, resulting in a collaboration with New York’s Search and State. Available now are three items: a jersey and two t-shirts, both complete with SAS / Sachs branding.
Head to House Industries for more.
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.
Wanna ride across the country and then ride back? Well, Search and State is making it
easy easier for you. For more information, head over to Search and State. This looks like a lot of fun!
The designers at Search and State have heard our calls for camo and introduced a limited run of their S1-A riding jersey. Made in New York, with exceptional fit, now in stock at SAS.
Search and State took their staple S1-A riding jersey and gave it a split-tone makeover for 2016. These new sage and black jerseys are still made in New York and are in stock now at Search and State.
Merino shirts and jerseys make for the best cycling apparel in my opinion and these new Search and State long sleeve jerseys look exceptional. They’re made from a merino blend of sustainable and humanely sourced wool woven with recycled poly fibers to increase its durability. This also ensures a super soft hand. Like all SAS gear, they’re also made in New York! The retail is set at $180 and is in stock now at Search and State.
Search and State’s S1-S riding bib shorts are still some of my favorite bibs. With a few tweaks, their newest piece of apparel will not disappoint. The S2-R performance bib is cut from the same fabric as the S1-S riding bib, but with a new, still comfortable chamois, longer shoulder straps, a reshaped mid section and an improved leg elastic pattern. The S2-R bib is still made in New York City and is in stock now at Search and State.
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.
Far from the first “riding hoodie,” but one of the nicest looking ones in recent memory, the Search and State Hooded Riding Sweatshirt utilizes a sleek material with simple detailing to make it a great on or off the bike jacket. It’s constructed from ultra-durable Japanese french terry, with locking Riri zippers to a full size front pouch-pocket, internal routing for electronics and uses multiple panels for an ergonomic fit.
These are slim-fitting, like all SAS gear, so if you prefer a looser fit, size up.
See more at Search and State.