Dots and Cross socks from FINGERSCROSSED

Giving socks the attention they deserve. FINGERSCROSSED are Susanne Haller and Patrick Lay from Munich, Germany. These new Dots and Cross styles follow their popular “Hell Yeah” design. Made from Prolen yarn, the socks are just above ankle height. The Prolen material is antibacterial and half the weight of cotton (if you need to save a gram […]

Arlette women’s jersey from Cafe du Cycliste

An elegant merino top designed for all day riding. The Arlette jersey is elegant and eminently practical. It has three rear pockets, a large rear zip pocket, a smaller zip pocket on the hip and a storage opening in one sleeve (just large enough for a gel or similar). Constructed from technical merino with a little stretch […]

Kaido long sleeved jersey from PEdAL ED

Created in Tokyo, made in Italy. The Kaido long sleeved jersey from Japanese cycling brand PEdAL ED is elegantly understated. Rear design details such as the black stripe use a stretch material for optimum fit and comfort. As well as two large rear pockets, it has a convenient vertical pump pocket. Designer Hideto Suzuki is a traditional […]

Hors categorie jersey from This is Cambridge

TIC (This is Cambridge) started off making cycling caps in Cambridge, UK but soon graduated to a wider range of cycling kit. With gender-neutral designs, TIC clothing is bold and stylish. Their Hors category jersey is available with matching arm warmers. Visit this-is-cambridge.com to buy.