After releasing their first collection last November, Attaquer is back in black. And blue, and red, and pink, and gray with their spring/summer 2016 threads. Shown above is the Core Collection, which gets updated with new arm and leg grippers, enhanced breathability and some very sharp color patterns for both men and women. Check out these, plus lots more, below…
Completely new is the women’s Core Collection, which borrows the 50+ UPF sun protection, high density chamois padding (albeit with a gender specific shape), and soft, well vented bib straps of the men’s collection. They also have a rear radio pocket on the bibs for hiding small stuff.
The All Day Collection switches to softer fabrics without giving up the muscle support of the Core pieces. It also uses a lower cut neck and other subtle tweaks to improve long ride comfort. Reflective bits and rubberized logos further differentiate it.
The Race Collection heads the opposite direction with tighter, more compressive and breathable fabrics for a tight performance fit. The sleeves get a snug, aero cut and fabric and the front and rear panels are cut to fit best in the riding position.
All garments use flat lock stitching and premium Italian fabrics. Pricing? Well, if you have to ask…
Pedal Pushers is best known for their cycling-inspired t-shirts, but now they’ve released six stylish new bibshort-and-jersey kits. The garment’s are from Voler’s factory direct program, which means you’ll have to wait about a week to get your kit, but that program means you can get any of the styles in men’s or women’s cuts in sizes XS through 3XL.
For the month of May they are offering a free pair of matching Defeet socks with any of the new kits.
Jerseys are $75-$77, shorts are $79 and bibs are $89.
BONTRAGER/JENS VOIGT SHUT UP LEGS COLLECTION
To celebrate Voigt’s 17 years a pro cyclist, 3 Tour de France stage wins, 51.115km hour record, 3,200kg of pasta consumed, 100+ crashes, Trek and Bontrager created this collection around 3 simple words that inspire us all to push beyond our limits: Shut Up Legs.
Shown above are the Summer Cycling Cap ($24), Jersey ($109), Velocis helmet ($199), Gel Glove ($49), Bib Short ($119), XXX Race Shoe ($399). They also have a standard ball cap and a beanie in the collection, along with women’s cycling shorts. Check it all out here.
CINELLI x CHROME
Coming off plenty off podiums in 2015, Team Cinelli Chrome is looking to repeat a winning season in 2016. And with new kit from Santini SMS and bags from Chrome, they’ll look good doing it. And you can look the part, too, with a full line including jerseys, bibs, skin suits, wind and winter jackets, gloves, socks, hats and more. Check out the full collection here.