VeloDog Cycling Apparel

Earlier this week we received a parcel from VeloDog, London-based cycling apparel label run by a group of keen cyclists. The parcel contained 3 lovely caps, from their current range.

VeloDog aim to create stylish and versatile clothing for cyclists, suitable on and off the bike. Their range will contain, handmade cycling caps, silk-screen printed tees and other fantastic cycling apparel and accessories.

The caps are mostly created using British wool, they operate a policy of recycling and upcycling and primarily use end of the line cuts of fabric, tailors off-cuts or  recycle old suits and tees. They are made in South London by a professional tailor, known as ‘The Doctor’ with decades of sartorial experience.

We were sent a Simpson, Yates and a Wiggins Classic. The caps feel great, look great and are very affordable. I personal love the Simpson, charcoal grey with a bright white pinstripe, very classic look.

Enjoy the cheesy pictures and head on over to their shop here to grab one for yourself.

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  • Ian Longhurst

    I want one for cruising the gorge on the Banks Flyer!


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