bike clothing

Takaokami's Ethical Rainwear Tackle Showers in Style

RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY Jorn’s Scandinavian ethos is apparent in her designs, which are understated but made to last. (Standouts include a generously-sized hat and a kicky A-line…

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Parker Dusseau's "Commuter Suit" Lets You Cycle to Work in Style

Cycling to work and suits don’t really go that well together, unless of course you’re wearing a Commuter Suit. Designed by San Fran-based Parker Dusseau, the Commuter Suit…

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AGU's Ladies' Jacket Transforms Into a Rain Poncho Even While Cycling

The convertible SEQ Urban Coat by AGU fits both fashion and function, transforming into a rain poncho perfect for biking. With the belief that bicyclists should not have to buy a…

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Veleco is the World's First Fair-Trade, Eco-Friendly Cyclewear Company

Avid cyclists deserve sustainable and stylish gear too, and the two designers behind Veleco hope to launch their eco-friendly line soon. The Fair Trade and sweatshop free line of…

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Glow-in-the-Dark Jeans by Naked & Famous Headed to a Barneys Near You

Glow-in-the-dark jeans for nocturnal cyclists? Sure, why not. Naked & Famous, a “rare and raw” denim label from Canada, applied a phosphorescent coating to indigo…

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Stella McCartney Designs Glow-in-the-Dark Performance Wear for Adidas

Darkness may fall, but that doesn’t mean you have to fade into the background. For night riders of the female persuasion, designer/animal-rights activist Stella McCartney has your…

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Finally! Bike Helmets That Don't Make You Look Like a Dork

You were born to be wild, but cruising down the highway on your five-speed without looking like Dorkus maximus is no mean feat when you have an underwater missile perched on your…

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Reversible, TRON-Inspired Jacket Reflects Light For Safer Night Biking

Night cycling should be attempted only by the very bold—and the very cautious. But if your gas-guzzler-eschewing, two-wheeling proclivities extend past sundown, staying safe with the…

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