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Clothing Roundup: New threads from Santini, Twinsix, Sock Guy & Endura

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With spring just around the corner, and already arriving early in some parts of the States, clothing makers are rolling out new summer weight apparel left and right. Included amongst this latest crop is a new Twinsix/Artcrank collaboration kit pre-order with jersey, bibs, socks, cap & bottle (shown above & shipping in May), new socks from Sock Guy, new bibs from Endura, and an entire new kit from Santini. Click past the break for the full round up…




Sock Guy has released several new designs for the spring season. They come in a couple different heights, from ankle to crew, and range from digital camo to beets to pizza. They’re even offering a few limited edition St. Patrick’s Day themed socks for the Irish in you. Don’t get pinched this year! The new pieces range in price from $11-12.

Santini unveiled this new sleek jersey and matching bibs. Designed to follow up on their popular race-fit pro Sleek line, the Sleek Plus jersey and bibs feature updated fabrics for improved breathability, ventilation, and performance. The updated pieces developed with pro team Lotto NL-Jumbo feature grippers on the sleeve cuffs, bottom hem, and leg cuffs to keep them secure during long, hot rides. Jerseys retail for 105€ while bibs cost 139€.

Endura just released the new Pro SL II bibshorts. Building on the success of the original Pro SL bibs, the II uses updated Italian fabrics and a computer cut 3D molded chamois. Offered in two different leg lengths and three pad width options, it gives riders six possible configurations to find their ideal fit. Endura’s confidence in the SL II is backed by a 90-day comfort guarantee. The new Pro SL II is available in XS-XXL sizes and retails for £120.

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Dave Whild
Dave Whild
7 years ago

Endura offer three pad widths and two leg lengths in every size, meaning there are 36 options to get best fit.

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