Posts Tagged ‘jerseys’
So yesterday, I rode the dragon toward the crimson eye and opened up Illustrator to finally design the Necronomicog jersey that everyone’s been bugging me about. Since posting a few teasers up on Instagram, I’ve gotten a ton of emails asking for more details. So here you go.
As it stands now, Endo will be making me a sample kit to wear. Once I’m 100% sold on the design, I’ll open up a pre-order. This will be the standard pre-order with a pre-season lead time. The main difference is, I’ll ONLY have it open for a week, to ensure it doesn’t take too long to produce. This will take place in exactly two weeks, so put some money aside. YES you will be able to order just the jersey too.
In the next few weeks, there will be a series of product drops, coinciding with my new Webshop and PiNP v2.2. Expect some rad, Made in the USA products, including wool jerseys, collaborations, the introduction to the Purple Label goods and a few other surprises. Regarding the kit, don’t worry, I’ll give everyone plenty of time to prepare for the pre-order. It won’t be like my stickers…
Garrett did a great job on the 2013 MASH kits. I doubt they’ll be in stock for long, so head over and swoop!
Well, for the moment anyway. These things sell fast! Get on it.
After their black S1-A riding jersey was such a hit, the guys at Search and State branched out into another tone: grey. These high-tech, lightweight jerseys are well worth their price tag. Up until it got super hot here in Texas, I was wearing mine every day. This new lighter tone should allow for year-round riding, even in the hottest of climates. These are the only cycling jerseys made by skilled hands in NYC. Check out my product review of the S1-A jersey here.
Check out more photos below and scoop one up here at S&S for $125.
What a great jerseys and what a great back-story from the Tenspeed Hero team:
“When Jonathan Hero was a young lad in California he listened to Reggae + Dancehall + Dub as much as he watched bike races, which was ALL THE TIME! Saving up some dough he trotted off to Jamaica to attend Reggae Sunsplash. Though his stories of this trip are worth a post on its own, the one thing all the Heroes borrow from his solo journey to Jamaica was the expression “Soon Come, Soon Come.”
We ordered this jersey a bit late in the season but we were still hoping for an early May delivery. Well early May has turned to the late days of June. Around Hero Headquarters when someone asks about its arrival we just try to relax like we are in Montego bay and quietly say “Soon Come, Soon Come.” Well it is here and we are so excited! News for you, we are contacting people on the reserve list and are shipping jerseys. We also managed to get Nalini to print an extra 20 Jerseys for the store. So far, report from several Heroes is that the fit is pretty close to Rapha (high praise indeed!).”
Pick one up here!