The Café Du Cycliste Spring Summer 2016 range has been released. As always they’ve put together a lovely lookbook that is well worth the look. We really admire what Café Du Cycliste do and the Spring Summer 2016 collection is no different. Blending innovative materials with distinctive designs that are a pleasure to wear, use and just plain look at.
I spoke to Oliver, at Café Du Cycliste and he had this to say; We’ve extended our range once more, with new pieces added for both men and women. Each one originally imagined, painstakingly developed, rigorously tested and finished off with signature styling. The palette includes hues of blue, red and violet alongside stronger greens and greys and simple black and white. The collection was documented in the Canaries, against a backdrop not so different to our own, where winter can be shaken off, the sun felt again on the face and warmer miles put into the legs. By pros and amateurs alike.
New highlights for Café Du Cycliste Spring Summer 2016 season include:
A mid-weight merino jersey constructed from a high performance and super soft blend. Featuring a rear mesh panel and unique mesh sleeves to provide supreme temperature control across a wider range of conditions. Styled with a one piece ‘chiminey’ collar and available for both men and women.
A packable gilet which fits easily into a jersey pocket but provides hard core protection whenever needed. The windproof fabric is allied to a rear mesh panel for core thermoregulation and it features rear pockets, a reflective safety strip and added stretch for a perfect fit.
An extremely technical ultra lightweight jersey featuring two different types of premium mesh and designed for hot weather riding. With vertical mesh sleeves, adiamond mesh body panel and geometric design details, the styling is classic Café du Cycliste. Available for both men and women.
Lightweight bib shorts built for warm weather riding. Constructed using two types of premium grade lycra for the perfect balance of compression and support, they feature perforated panels for temperature control, an innovative single piece bib section and the latest top of therange pad from CyTech.
Other new introductions include merino and ultralight base layers, stainless steel thermos flasks and leather backed riding mitts for warmer weather.