Handup Gloves just announced their Spring 2020 lineup filled with fun designs on their signature gloves, socks, and jerseys. Looking to the loud and vibrant colors of the 1980’s and beyond. Head on over to Handup Gloves check out their offerings.
We’ve just stocked our first drop this Fall over in the webshop, including three wool sock Jackal designs, a Yucca wool sock, a Woolie sock, Nalgene bottles, a new Shred Lightly patch, Dynaplug Racers in olive drab and desert tan. We’re really stoked on this entire drop, which was designed by Cari Carmean.
We had a stock hiccup but everything is in stock now!
Head on over to the Radavist webshop to order!
Wool socks are a cycling apparel staple. Wear them year round and they’ll wick sweat in the summer and provide warmth in the winter. We love DeFeet’s wool socks because they blend nylon and polyester in their wool for increased durability and lifespan. We’ve got two color options this year, inspired by one of our favorite minerals found in the American West, green Jasper and red Jasper.
Each sock has our jackal on the side and the Radavist script logo on the foot. Made in the USA by DeFeet and in stock now at the Radavist Web Shop. We also restocked the long sleeve t-shirts in all sizes. We also have new 1″ Jackal lapel pins in stock too!
Please note: we will try our hardest to get these socks to you before Christmas, but there is no way to guarantee delivery before December 25th. Thanks for understanding!
Socks, socks, socks! People love socks and Yonder Journal loves people. This is a match made in heaven! Check out their new Hand Sign socks with a trio of gestures, which fit your mood of the moment. In stock now at Yonder!
Photos by Julio Bustamante
This project with DeFeet is fully funded now, but they’re still taking pre-orders on the “Howdy Cacti” pack. Each order comes with three socks, one peace sign, one devil horns and one middle finger sock. Mix and match these depending on your mood! Head over to DeFeet to pre-order your size, this is the ONLY run we’re doing with these.
Defeet’s newest socks are part of their new Bespoke line, offering discounts for crowd-sourced models. You can get all three of these socks for $36 in the USA or $44 international. They’re made from performance fibers Repreve® with Sorbtek™. This wonder yarn comes from recycled resources such as plastic water bottles and is made in North Carolina. Use them for mountain biking, dirt rides, hiking or whatever. Check out more at Defeet.
I still have the wool Strawfoot socks from several years ago and have been nagging Garrett for a long time to make more! These are made in the USA by DeFeet, come in three colors and are in stock now at Strawfoot.
I like the looks and the sound of this project from Bonedeth (Dan Chabanov and Krista):
“For anyone who has ever felt like giving up, fought tooth and nail just to keep their head above water, and found themselves stronger because of their struggle. Designed with those suffering from chronic illness in mind, the Must Thrive socks are for the fighter in all of us. All proceeds will be donated to the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation in honor of the Ciminera Family. Please visit www.pkdcure.org for more information.”
Orders will start shipping out Mid May 2016. Head over and pre-order a pair of Must Thrive Socks! Nice one guys!
We love Bicycle Crumbs‘ illustrations and they’ve taken the cycling industry by storm. Their most recent project was with DeFeet, as one of their artist series collaboration. This project includes three socks with a “Burning Matchstick” design, reminding all of us that we’ve got at least one more match to burn before we can throw in the towel. Check out all three colors at DeFeet!
Ok, so our shipping department mis-counted socks, so we have some small and mediums left. No promises on how long they’ll last, but I thought I’d put them in stock… Scoop up a pair below! Also, all orders have shipped, so you should see them soon!
We love our Angeles National Forest here in LA and the sign leading up to the Angeles Crest along Highway 2 has become an icon for road and MTB rides. These socks were inspired from the simple color palette found across the nation in National Forests, resulting in a split tone sock with minimal branding. The colors are “natural” and “brown”, with the Radavist script on the underside of the foot. Made by DeFeet in North Carolina from their AirEater double cuff model, these socks will last through the seasons and provide the compression and comfort you’ve come to expect from the brand.
In stock now for $16 plus shipping ($5 Domestic and $12 International.) Before you ask, we cannot combine your order with the fleeces we posted earlier in the week. A completely different fulfillment center is shipping these orders. We wanted to launch these items separately to give everyone a chance to purchase. Again, thanks for the support!
If these do in fact work like Showers Pass says they do, it’d be a game changer for bikepacking, touring and any other ride where a stream crossing or torrential downpour takes place. See more information on the new Crosspoint Waterproof Socks at Showers Pass.
Without a doubt, Team Dream is killing it with these fade and stripe designs. The color combinations are amazing! Available now as individual pairs, or as a full pack at Team Dream and if you like fleeces, shirts or caps, there’s more of that, too.
‘Cross is here (obvs) and the Athletic once again has teamed up with the Richard Sachs Cyclocross Team on a small capsule collection. This year however, they’ve expanded into two caps, while reducing the sock offerings to two designs. I really like the Belgian cap offering!
Head to the Athletic to see the full collection.
Cait’s first collaboration socks with the Athletic were a huge hit. For those unfamiliar with Cait, she’s a cancer survivor and a purveyor of stoke through a steady dose of encouragement and positivity. Much like her newest socks, she’s a bright and fun woman. Something the cycling industry always benefits from!
Check out more at the Athletic.
Designed for the Fresh Air Hunter ‘cross team, these new Strawfoot Speed Block socks will keep your lines clean and cadence smooth as you cross your local sock. Or at least you’ll look good trying.
I love it when brands look to nature for inspiration. These new ORNOT socks looked northwest to Mount Tamalpais. Scoop a pair up at ORNOT.
Portland’s the Athletic killed it with their original PDX airport socks and now they depart on another journey with these Nouveau PDX socks, based on the new Portland airport carpet pattern. Available now at the Athletic.
Over at the Athletic, they’ve been inspired by their popular La Cubiste socks and turned the design into two jerseys. A Blue Magic design and a hot pink “collection” which comes with a cap and socks. Head over to the Athletic to check out their full apparel offerings.