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MTA: MAAP Transit Apparel brings new style to your daily bike commute

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For those times you’re not out training or riding gravel, MAAP has a new clothing range to consider. Calling it their first lifestyle collection, in this case, MTA stands for MAAP Transit Apparel. Naturally, that means clothing that is designed to wear for your daily commute, but stylish enough that you won’t want to ditch it as soon as you get to your destination.

MAAP Transit Apparel cycling commuting

From what we’ve seen from MAAP so far, they focus heavily on style, quality, sustainability, and fit. The MTA line looks to follow those cues with Bluesigh certified materials. Designed around unisex sizing that ranges from XS-XXL, the line features four-way stretch material to work well on the bike and a casual cut that will blend in off the bike.

MAAP Transit Apparel

MAAP Transit Apparel rain jacket

While there is certainly a lot of dark colors in the line, MAAP includes bright blocks of color to provide high visibility.

MAAP Transit Apparel high viz MAAP Transit Apparel down jacket

“The MAAP Transit Apparel collection was made by cyclists for cyclists. This collection is crafted from materials that are breathable, highly sweat-wicking and antimicrobial. We’ve partnered with innovative product performance specialists like Primaloft®, Polartec® and Drirelease® on new fabrics to remove the guesswork from commuting, empowering riders to get from home to work and everywhere in between with confidence in their clothing choice”, said Darren Tabone, VP Product at MAAP

MAAP Transit Apparel

Collection Pricing:

● Equip Primaloft Down Jacket: $345 USD
● Motion Pant: $150 USD
● Motion Short: $130 USD
● Motion Shirt: $130 USD
● Repreve Rib Beanie: $35 USD
● Roam Jacket: $295 USD
● Shift Dry Tee: $85 USD
● Shift Dry Long Sleeve Tee: $95 USD
● Team Hi-Loft Hoodie: $210 USD

The MAAP MTA collection is available now.


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2 years ago

Loving the grim, depressed vibe of the models

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