One of the great things about the rise in popularity of cycling is that there is now a greater choice of apparel than simply lycra and unflattering baggy shorts. Whilst still a niche in many ways, the trend for more every day cycle wear seems to be gaining momentum, and we bet that upcoming arrivals from new and established cycle apparel brands will continue this welcome development. More >>
The Cycling Jean
One of the most popular apparel additions to the modern urban cyclist's wardrobe is a pair of cycling jeans. US based swrve started this trend and were quickly followed by Muxu of Barcelona (we love their Japanese denim offering), and their highly comfortable and well designed jeans are well worth a look.
Dedicated rain trousers
When the weather takes a turn fro the worse, a pair of dedicated waterproof cycling trousers make a great option for both mountain or city cyclist. Usually constructed from a fully waterproof material combined with bonded or welded seams to prevent any water ingress, in big deluges, they are sometimes the only way you can possibly stay dry and warm. Less >>
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The Showers Pass Skyline Pant is an all season, feature-rich cycling trouser, ideally suited to cross-over city or touring cyclists looking for good water resistance and a more closely fitted cut than is typically offered in a standard cycling pant. Constructed from a mix of Elite waterproof fabric on the thigh and lower leg and water-resistant softshell fabric for the main body, the Skyline proves itself to be an excellent choice for cold, showery rides, where a hybrid mix of stretch, warmth and key-area water proof protection is the perfect mix. Elite Waterproof fabric ...
The swrve mid-weight WWR (water + wind resistant) trousers are an ideal city commute trouser. Both formal enough to wear at the office, yet stylish enough to wear on and off the bike, they come loaded with bike-friendly features like articulated knees, a seamless crotch, zippered rear pockets and of course, a welcome 10% stretch for a great pedaling revolution.Low waist in front to prevent your belt from digging into your guthigher waist in back to stay respectable and to keep you warmarticulated knees for a better fit on a bike, office chair, or barstoolseamless gusseted crotch for comfortzippered ...
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