Cadence’s new short, Victory’s latest canned beer, a tumbler that will keep your drink cold for nine hours and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Cadence Skyline Shorts
San Francisco-based Cadence has released a new short with the cyclist in mind. Made from their rylo-tech fabric, these DWR-faced shorts are perfect for miles in the saddle. The reflective tag on the back will keep you safe, making sure you’re spotted while riding at night. The four-way stretch keeps you comfortable and a double-reinforced seat and crotch ensure that you don’t have a less-than-ideal mishap on your morning commute. When you’re finished riding, the shorts look sleek and function just as well for your first date at the coffee shop (although you might want to shower in between).
Victory Vital IPA
Victory’s latest hop bomb, designed to be consumed as fresh as possible. Look for it in 12-ounce cans later this year.
A new stainless steel tumbler from Corkcicle that will keep your beverages hot for three hours or cold for nine. Available August 1.
Brooklyn Bicycle Co x Eskayel Rear Crate
Brooklyn Bicycle Co has teamed up with Eskayel to produce a limited run of rear bicycle crates. All proceeds are donated to women’s empowerment organization WE Bike NYC.
Ruark Studio MR1 Bluetooth Speaker
The Ruark Studio MR1 is a small Bluetooth speaker system that can bolster the sound from a range of devices. Ruark marries their 25 years of experience in the speaker business with beautiful design and high-quality sound.
Orange Vessel Growler
Beautifully crafted 64-ounce stoneware growlers from Syracuse, NY’s Orange Vessel.
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