Going along with the drop in mercury, Handup has dropped some new gear just in time for the cold. Initially known for their fun and functional gloves, Handup is quickly becoming a complete apparel brand with clothing options from head to toe. Now they’re aiming for the cold with new flannels, sweater jerseys, pants, and more.
If you don’t own at least one flannel, are you even a cyclist? If your answer is ‘of course not’, you may want to check out the new FlexTop Flannel from Handup. The flannels feature a cotton/polyester blend patch across the top of the flannel so that it stretches when you’re riding. No more awkward fit that either works while you’re on the bike or off, but not both.
The cut is a bit longer in the rear for added coverage, and the sleeves use a two button closure. Offered in two colors and multiple sizes for $44 each.
To go along with the flannel, Handup offers their A.T. or All Time Pant. Again, the pants are flexible for a comfortable fit, while the knee and ankle are tapered for easy pedaling and to keep the pant leg out of the chain. The pants feature zippered pockets to keep your valuables in place, and belt loops plus a draw string waist band to help you keep them up. Offered in black or green for $48.
And because the holidays are just around the corner, you can ride to your next holiday party without needing to change when you get there with the Tacky Sweater Jersey. Or just go for a ride with some holiday cheer. The 100% polyester jerseys are printed with a classic “tacky Christmas sweater” pattern so that you can get some extra mileage out of your winter jersey. Offered in blue or red for $40 each.
Keep your hands warm with some new additions to their cold weather glove line like the Shred The Gnar Lumberjack Flannels. The gloves feature a fleecy lining for keeping you warm with a neoprene stretch cuff to keep out the cold. A Clarino leather palm offers good feel at the bars with the classic Handup silicone graphics on the palm for extra grip. The gloves also feature new touch screen compatible finger tips so you can work Trailforks or MTB Project in the cold. Maybe most important, the gloves feature a huge towel sweat cloth on the thumb for wiping the winter off your face. These go for $32.
Finally, complete the look with a Handup Beanie. This one is pretty simple – it’s a winter hat for $20 in three fun colors.