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Comfort

Some brands put comfort above all else.
They’re the ones with technology, fabrics or tailoring that make riding your bike a pleasure.
They’ll keep you warm when it’s cold, cool when it’s hot, reduce chafe, and give you great-fitting kit,
even if you don’t have the exact proportions of an Olympic athlete.

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Pearl Izumi

Japan, 1964: Hiro Shimizu was racing bikes for the Japanese national team. By chance, at the Asian Championships he got to ride in a special Italian-made nylon jersey – different from the cotton jerseys of his teammates. Hiro’s father – Kinji – worked in the clothing industry. He became fascinated by this new style of…

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Primal Wear

Primal is an American brand that’s all about affordable, accessible fun. They offer a huge range of kit – from on-the-bike performance to off-the-bike casual – all with their signature splashes of colour and personality. With some brands it can feel like you’re paying that little bit extra for visual flair. Not so with Primal….

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Fat Lad at the Back

Fat Lad At The Back (FLAB) was founded by self-proclaimed ‘fat lad’ Richard Bye after he saw a gap in the market for quality cycling gear in real men’s and women’s sizes. Manufactured by a family-run company in Italy, FLAB’s kit is designed to flatter the physique of ‘Mr or Mrs Average’. It has given confidence…

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Gore Bike Wear

In 1969, L. Gore & Associates invented Gore-Tex, a game-changing performance fabric still used by many leading brands for outdoor wear. In 1985, L. Gore & Associates started experimenting with waterproof, windproof and breathable bike clothing. They didn’t look back. Now Gore Bike Wear is one of the biggest and most trusted names when it…

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De Marchi

De Marchi is one of the world’s oldest cycling clothing brands and their passion for heritage shows in the design of their products. Founded just a few months after world war II in 1946, by Emilio De Marchi. The brand became famous for using merino wool to make cycling jerseys and shorts. De Marchi is…

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RedWhite

Amreet Singh and Yuva Viswanathan founded RedWhite in Singapore in 2014 after a punishing 200km ride. Frustrated by the lack of bib shorts designed to make long rides bearable, they decided to create their own. Six months later RedWhite launched The BIB – designed specifically for ultra-distance riders. The chamois is breathable, anti-bacterial and thermal-moulded…

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Nalini

Nalini was founded by Vincenzo and Claudio Mantovani in 1964. Their focus was on the quality and innovation of the first man-made fibres. They embraced advancing technologies for creating new fabrics and printing their designs on them while using cutting edge treatments. They became a big player in the cycling world when Nalini sponsored professional…

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Vulpine

In 2012, British entrepreneur Nick Hussey set about creating bike kit to challenge the snobbery and cliqueness from some parts of the cycling industry. The result is Vulpine: a fresh, fun and accessible brand that ‘looks beautiful and works superbly’ – both on and off the bike. Vulpine is instantly recognisable thanks to its designs…

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Isadore

Brothers Martin and Peter Velits are professional cyclists who’ve competed in the world’s biggest road races, including the Tour de France and many Classics. They founded Isadore Apparel to make the kind of kit they’d always wanted to wear, after years wearing other people’s branded kit. In Peter’s words: “We know how hard cycling can be,…

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