Nau’s Cranky Jacket & Pant Will Change Your Commute

Nau’s new Spring 2015 collection includes several new items optimized for cycling commuters. It’s time you discovered clothing tailor-made for your lifestyle.


Forget about the choice between looking good at the office and surviving your commute. Sustainable apparel brand Nau’s new spring collection stands apart from other cycling commute gear thanks to a new technical approach dubbed Cranky. The series’ performance chops start with recycled polyester knit faces, nylon backing and a polyurethane film lamination that makes both the jacket and pant waterproof and breathable. The technical hard shell is further optimized for riding by features like a two-way adjustable hood that zips to the collar, die-cut underarm vents, velcro cuff adjustments and a unique drawcord hem that unsnaps to show a reflective safety panel. Front and rear partial seat patches, a back pocket with storable reflective tape and Velcro cuff adjustments with reflective trimming do the same for the pants.

Need something more tuned for business? Nau’s update to their classic riding jacket combines the tailored cut of a traditional blazer with the weather-fighting chops of a DWR-finished polyester blend. There’s also reflective tape on the underside of the collar to keep you visible at night.

It’s time you discovered clothing tailor-made for your lifestyle.

Buy Now: $325 (Cranky Jacket) $235 (Riding jacket)

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