Posts Tagged ‘shirts’
The guys at GSC may front like they’re strictly into CCR and Neil Young but deep down, they’re metal heads.
“We were once sitting here on a Tuesday evening and one of our friends turned to us and said, “I’d love to have a Golden Saddle Cyclery shirt but it would have to be in the style of the Black Sabbath Vol.4 album cover.” We sat there scratching our heads, trying to figure out where that came from and if he was serious. A few days later we decided to make this a reality and now you can be the master of this reality. Come in and swoop before they’re all gone!”
You can only pick these rad shirts up at Golden Saddle Cyclery, so head in and swoop!
One of the main reasons why I had so much fun at the 2012 Rocket Company Fixed Fest in Jakarta is because I finally got to meet a lot of the Asian brands that I’ve been hearing about for years. The Singapore scene seems to be exploding as much as the Indo scene and Peonfx has a ton of new shirts and caps out there that will surely suit your stylistic needs.
The Tour is in full swing and as with any great stage race, there are legends. Riders who have not only conquered the countryside and mountains once, but five or more times. It began in 1962 with Jacques Anquetil, then in 1972, Eddy Merckx, 1982, Bernard Hinault, 1992, Miguel Indurain and in 2002, Lance Armstrong. Rapha’s 5 Decades t-shirts celebrate these men and their accomplishments.
These high quality cotton tees celebrate 50 years, or 5 decades, of trade teams returning to the Tour. Each of the 5 colorways play tribute to the respected team liveries. These shirts are cut slim, with side panels and a dropped tail for a better cycling fit. While they are not jerseys, per se, they do have a back pocket and are quite comfortable.
Each shirt has a unique printed emblem, dates and other details representing each legend. You know, the kind of thing that Rapha is known for… They cost $60 each or $240.00 for all 5 shirts bundled in a limited edition mussette.
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This rules so much. In celebration of the Tour, and the KOM jersey, King Kog printed up a run of tanks. Scoop one here.