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Road Roundup: Street Smart, Road Ready Clothing from Road Holland, BetaBrand, Search & State, and Marc De Storm

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Cycling trends are a constant cycle of boom and bust, and the latest  appears to be a movement towards more stylish garments, that are at home both on the bike and on the streets.

The following new products exemplify some of the very best of this trend.


Road HollandRoad Holland Den Haag Collared Jersey

With a collar, three button placket, and clean design, the Den Haag jersey harkens back to European cycling wear of the 40s and 50s for it’s inspiration.

Made in America from a soft Merino wool polyster blend (39/61), it is available in six different colors – Bright White, Midnight Blue, Road Black, Royal Orange, Racing Green, and Lavender.

Den Haag Collared Jersey RearIn the back, there are two back pockets which feature a flap back closure system. The jerseys are available in everything from XS-XXXL for optimum fit and retail for $130. Right now, they’re currently offering 15% off with promo code”Dadsday”  in honor of father’s day, on any product on the website.

Get yours here at Road Holland.com 

BetabrandBetabrand Reflective Thread

Betabrands newest collection are geared towards the commuter, who needs pants, jackets, and shirts, that blend into the office environment, but still breath on the bike.Reflective Thread Knickers

Their newest collection features 3M retroreflective yarn in the fabric, while keeping you visible while commuting in urban areas.

Betabrand Reflective Womens WearIn addition to polos, flannels, shorts, and pants, they also have several items for the ladies, including dresses, scarfs, skirts, and fitted shirts. Prices for shirts and bottoms are in the $100 range, while Blazers and Jackets retail from $160 and up.

You can browse the full collection on their website, here.

Search and Statesearch-and-state-cycling-apparel

New from Search and State, the SR-2 is their toughest jersey to date. Built for abuse, this jersey is constructed here in the United States from a lightweight, breathable, moisture wicking fabric, that will last for many seasons.

Unlike the rest of the items in this round up, the Search and State Jersey has an aggressive performance cut for performance on the road.
search-and-state-cycling-apparelThe rear pockets are reinforced with elastic and utilize a locking Riri zipper, while the jersey is held in place with a waist gripper elastic.

Available in size S-XL, the S2-R will set you back $195. Pick yours up here.

Kickstarter: Marc De Storm

Marc De Storm The Denim ShirtThe new line of cycle wear from Marc De Storm is currently in the funding stages on Kickstarter, but the classic cut menswear items are designed to look great on and off the bike. In addition to the Denim Shirt, there is an Oxford shirt, which retail for $125 and $115 CAD respectively.

Marc De Storm SweaterAlso available is the “The Sweater,” which is made from premium quality cotton fleece, and early backers can pick up for $98 CAD.
All items will be manufactured in Montreal, and utilize a stain and water-repellent treatment.

The campaign has 28 days left, and they’ve currently reached $1,755 of their $5,000 goal. You can back the project here.

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10 years ago

Having purchased two jerseys from road holland, I must say the quality of their jerseys are amazing. Road Holland is a true alternative to Rapha if some is looking for a great looking jersey. Their customer service is top notch and the guys there went out of their way to make right a mistake in the jersey I received on their end. Having had this superior customer service experience has turn me into a loyal customer. I highly recommend anyone looking for a jersey to cruise their website and pick one or more up.

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