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Fresh Men’s & Women’s Fall Riding Apparel from Zoic

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Zoic has added a few more pieces to their fall/winter riding collection to make those cool weather commutes and joy rides a little more joyful.

Above, the Tradesman Flannel Riding Shirt (left) looks like your average flannel but hides bike friendly features like internally cuffed sleeves to keep the cold air from running up your arms, wide rear pocket with grippers to keep it in place and tech pockets with headphone cord cable ports and loops. The material is called F-Tech and is a poly/cottom mix that helps wick away moisture and keep you warm. At right, the Highland Fleece is a soft 1/4 zip long sleeve layer with a left sleeve zip pocket and wide rear pocket.

The men’s Hoodoo shorts combine an over-the-knee partial knicker design with a padded liner and gussetted crotch and articulated knees for technical riding on rougher trails. Side zips on the lower legs help make room for light padding, and eight pockets give you plenty of cargo storage. Side pulls help get the fit right. Like the rest of their shorts, there’s a microfiber lens wipe inside one of the cargo pockets and cable ports and cord loops for your MP3 player.

Women also get tech flannels with the Carissa shirt. It has mesh side panels on the body and sleeves, so you’ll want a wind breaker on the colder days. Small tech pocket and larger rear center pocket give you storage.

The Nahara “jeggings” have faux pocket stitching and stretch fabric for a denim look with performance feel. 19″ inseam with reflective stripes on the inside of the legs so you can flip up the bottoms for increased visibility. Hidden key and tech pockets, too.

These are just a few of the highlights, check out the complete collection here.

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