We’re back operating as a 100% independent entity and, with everything going on, managed to whip up some stunning merch for Fall/Winter 2023. We’ve got Woolie Boolie socks, a Necronomicog throwback design, and two new dirt jerseys, all in stock and shipping worldwide today from The Radavist Webshop.
Let’s look at the designs and offerings below…
When it comes to classic automotive designs, we’re big fans of the 1980s Toyota Pickups. Particularly the racing stripes of the Ivan Stewart era. These “YO” socks take inspiration from these racing stripes, mixed with our own colors. Made in DeFeet’s new walnut wool, these 6″ cuff Woolie Boolies will keep your feet warm in these approaching cold winter months, while offering cushioning and comfort in warmer months. Designed by Cari Carmean.
New Mexico is home to a plethora of succulents and cacti. Two of our favorites are the New Mexico Agave Century Plant (Agavaceae neomexicana) and Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens). We take inspiration from the natural world that surrounds us and put illustrations of these plants on the back of a Defeet 6″ Woolie Boolie Charcoal sock. Each pair of socks comes with (1) Ocotillo and (1) Agave design. Designed by Cari Carmean.
We first debuted our Nature is Metal design back in October of 2013, exactly ten years ago! After years of requests, Kyler Martz‘s iconic design is now available once again but this time as a long sleeve. Inspired by our favorite death and black metal shirts, we repeated the Necronomicog logo down the sleeve, with a “Nature is Metal” logo on the front, and Kyler’s glorious illustration of a bicycle camping scene on the back.
These were printed by Industry Print Shop in Austin, Texas, on Gildan long-sleeve black shirts with discharge ink.
We’re big fans of Voler‘s made-in-California cycling apparel. Especially its dirt jerseys. They’re quick-drying, with built-in stretch, a soft touch, and UPF 30+ sun protection sourced and made in good conscience. We chose this silhouette for our Eternal Jackal Signet on the front and Shred Lightly banner on the back, in a jet black Obsidian and Olive Drab. Unisex.
Radavist logos by LAND. Layout by Cari Carmean.
If you still have a 1″ headset-equipped bike–like a Crust Bikes, Rivendell, or vintage bike–that you like to ride in the rough stuff, then you’ve probably been out on a ride only to find your headset locknut loosened up. Tightening 32mm locknuts with your fingers and hand will only go so far.
That’s where these nifty Paragon Machine Works 32mm locknut wrenches come in handy! Toss it in your tool roll, frame bag, hip back, or handlebar bag, and never be out on a ride with a loose locknut again!
Initially a product PMW offered in the ’90s and early 2000s, we used them all the time on our 1″ track, road, and MTBs. After the MADE Bike Show this year, John reached out to Mark and Donna at Paragon Machine Works to see if they’d be down to make a limited run of these tools to commemorate our return to being an independently owned website again!
Engraved with RADAVIST in our rune typeface on one side, these wrenches feature a bottle opener and 15mm track nut hex (for 15mm axle nuts) on the other with a 32mm headset locknut wrench on the end. They’re just long enough to get the right amount of torque on those locknuts.
- 5 5/8″ long
- 32mm Locknut wrench
- 15mm Axle nut wrench
- Bottle opener
- US-made Titanium
- Made in the USA by Paragon Machine Works
- $69.69 Retail
All of these Fall/Winter products and more are in stock and shipping today worldwide from The Radavist webshop!