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Clothing Roundup: Gravity Anomaly, Mission Workshop & Cycology have you looking good on any ride

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Looking for some new threads? We reviewed Gravity Anomaly’s ultra durable Boardroom jersey and Teamster XC shorts last year and left impressed. New items on the block are their Disrupter shorts which take the full coverage aesthetics of their Longhaul gravity shorts with a fit closer to their Teamster XC shorts. They are constructed with a 4-ply military grade 4.2oz nylon shell with 1/4″ double needle stitching throughout making for one robust pair of shorts. The Disrupter shorts retail for $95.

The Agent Mountain Bike Jersey (center), is a handsome casual t-shirt great for on or off the trail. Improvements for 2016 include an improved quick-dry polyester, a longer body, and slightly more relaxed sizing, so be sure to check their sizing chart when ordering. All made in USA. The Agent jersey retails for $49

If you really like both of these items, Gravity Anomaly is having a sale right now letting you buy these together for only $115!

Click past the break to see more new items from Mission Workshop and Cycology……

Mission Workship Hoodie and beenie

Mission Workshop continues to develop simple yet technical gear that looks as good as it performs. Their Steppe Hoodie is a mid-weight merino hoodie that could be good on its own or as a base layer under a shell. Constructed from merino wool with 2% lycra, the hoodie should be comfortable while providing the benefits of wool. Made in San Francisco, California, the Steppe Hoodie retails for $205

If other beanies are too run of the mill for you, the Blaik is made completely from Alpaca fibers. Other than being a bit exotic, the material includes a natural ability to repel water and keep the heat in, just like it did when it was still attached to an Alpaca. Made in Peru, retail is $65


Cycology Combined

Cycology miles

Australian cycling apparel company Cycology, continues to add to their logo collection of jerseys and kits we’ve seen before. The new Obsession Dedication men’s jersey suggests some cyclists’ relationship with cycling might seem like an obsession to some, (I have no clue what they’re talking about), dedication to others, yet a passion none the less. The Miles is my Meditation men’s jersey celebrates…. as they put it so eloquently, “Miles on the bike is a form of meditation which frees the mind and feeds the soul”. Can’t argue with that!

Cycology Rose

Their Rose Tattoo jersey comes in both a short sleeve jersey made with a thermal regulating Italian fabric while the long sleeve winter jersey is made of a heavier 240g/m fabric weight for warmth. There is even a Rose Tattoo short available if you wish to feel matchy.


Cycology DotD Combined

Cycology DotD Womens

Hands down my favorite is their Day of the Dead Living series. Not only a pretty rad design, but it comes in both men’s and women’s, and like the Obsession Dedication jersey, you can get it in black or white, short sleeve (summer fabric) & long sleeve (winter fabric), and their is even matching bibs available to complete the ensemble.

All items can be purchased directly off their site with short sleeve jerseys priced between $71 and $79 USD, and long sleeve jerseys running around $94 USD.

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