First Look: ONE Industries 2013 MTB Gear

Nov 5, 2012
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ONE Industries builds on a rich history in the MX market of producing premium technical apparel for some of the best riders in the game. For the 2013 season, they aim to make their mark on the MTB world. The new kit has definitely been put through the wringer on the backs of athletes like the Atherton’s, Marc Beaumont, Jared Graves and more.

Gee Atherton railing it ONE Products Gamma helmet Vapor Jersey Vapor Glove Intel Short Conflict knee MTB sock
  Gee Atherton railing it. ONE Industries Gamma helmet, Vapor jersey, Vapor glove, Intel short, Conflict knee and MTB sock.

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The most comfortable Gee s hand has ever been. ONE Product Vapor Glove
  ONE Vapor glove.

Pinned in the Vapor gear.
  Austin Warren, pinned in the Vapor gear.



VAPOR JERSEY/PANTS - HIGHLIGHTS:

JERSEY
• Engineered chassis built of moisture wicking materials
• Strategically placed mesh panels
• Lighter weight and better functioning garment with tailored fit
• Increased coverage with custom collar design
• Elimination of bunching and forearm discomfort with cuffless sleeves
• Long tail remains tucked in with the extra material

PANTS
• Unrestricted movement with ultra-light construction of multidirectional
stretch polyester
• Reduced fatigue with class defining design and weight
• Quad Fit inner liner system
• Increased durability with 1000D Kordura rear saddle panel
• Heat/abrasion resistant with full grain debossed leather
inner knee panels
• Easily adjustable and secure with dual side waist adjusters
and aggressive hook and loop



Sunset cruise So Cal style. ONE products Interval Jersey Intel Short MTB Sock
  Cody Warren - sunset cruise So Cal style. Interval jersey, Intel short, MTB sock

Dan Atherton carving his way down. ONE Products Vapor Jersey Intel Short Drako Glove
  Dan Atherton carving his way down. Vapor jersey, Intel short, Drako glove.



INTEL SHORT - HIGHLIGHTS:

SHORT
• Multi-panel, four-way stretch polyester chassis construction
• Optimized ventilation with mesh panels at thigh and rear yoke
• Optional increased airflow with hidden micro-zip inseam vents
• Sleek, strategically placed micro-pockets for carrying essentials
with optic wipe and media port
• All day comfort with chamois liner short included
• Secure fit with custom TPR snaps and dual waist adjusters
• 13.5 inch inseam
• Available in Black, White or Orange



Charging hard in the Reactor gear.
  Austin Warren decked out in the Reactor jersey and short.



REACTOR JERSEY/SHORT - HIGHLIGHTS:

JERSEY
• Engineered, multi-paneled chassis built of moisture wicking materials
• Enhanced cooling through strategically placed mesh panels
• Lighter weight and better functioning garment with tailored, athletic cut
• Increased coverage and uncompromised comfort with custom collar design
• Elimination of sleeve bunching and forearm discomfort with
cuffless sleeves
• Long tail remains tucked in with the extra material

SHORT
• Constructed of 300D poly-dobby and electric mesh
• 1000D Kordura in the saddle
• Tailored fitting chassis designed around aggressive race position
• Full mesh air intake and heat exhaust panels for optimized ventilation and
uncompromised protection and durability
• Large, body-hugging yoke panel with zippered compartment pocket
• Unrestricted movement with Quad-Fit inner liner waist closure system
• Durable, custom adjustable waist closure made from heavy duty plastic
• Secure fit with large rear yoke panel
• 15 inch inseam



The ultimate AM XC kit Alliance Jersey Sector Short and Sector Glove.
  ONE Industries AM/Enduro kit: Alliance jersey, Sector short and Sector glove.

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DEFCON JERSEY/SECTOR SHORT - HIGHLIGHTS:

JERSEY
• Engineered chassis built of moisture wicking materials
• Enhanced cooling through strategically placed mesh panels
• Lighter weight and better functioning garment with tailored, athletic cut
• Increased coverage with uncompromised comfort with
custom collar
• Elimination of sleeve bunching and forearm discomfort
with cuffless sleeves
• Long tail remains tucked in with the extra material

SHORT
• Lightweight and durable with four-way stretch ripstop construction
• Extensive ventilation with large, strategically placed mesh panels in
inner thigh and yoke
• Reduced bulk and irritation with micro-pockets at yoke and
front hip
• Versatile with handy optic wipe and media port
• All day comfort with chamois liner short included
• Secure fit with custom TPR snaps and dual waist adjusters
• 11.5 inch inseam




ONE Industries 2013 catalogue shoot

For the full 2013 line of bike gear, head over to oneindustries.com

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56 Comments

  • + 18
 I'm gonna be the first and definitely not the last to say.. Holy geeezuz that first pic of Gee ripping open a berm is just next level... NEXT LEVEL!!!
  • + 3
 And the clothes look just as good! I think I've found my race kits for next year Wink
  • + 1
 I think it is photoshopped a little bit. Look at that carefully.
  • + 1
 i mean most published pictures are photoshopped, but what are you referring to?
  • + 1
 yea.. Gee is on the edge! mach-5
  • + 2
 Agreed, amazing pictures(who cares if it's Photoshopped, what isn't these days?). This could stand alone as a photo feature.
  • + 3
 Thank you, I too could not be more pleased with the photographers that we used. The UK shots of Gee and Dan are from Sven Martin and the US shots of the Warrens from Jake Orness.
www.svenmartinphotography.com
www.jakespointofview.com
  • + 2
 Sorry, I think the first pic is photoshopped even though I love Gee
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  • + 14
 It all looks sick, but let's be honest, the colours and panels of those sector shorts are blatant rip offs of those troy lee shorts zink wears
  • - 1
 They ain't even trying to do it slyly!
  • + 62
 You do realise that thats a functional detail, they are the stretch panels. TLD design didn't patent where your groin is.

you going to complain that they've put the neck hole in the same place as Sombrio products?
  • + 6
 Oh no they didn't! Next you'll be telling me they copied fruit the looms two armed patent on the jersey.....
  • + 6
 ... socks with holes in the top where you insert yer feet, blatant rip off !! ha ha !
  • + 1
 There ain't much company offering real mtb pants. they are all MX pants with the leather heat protection. I find them way to warm and uncunfortable + useless.
  • + 3
 Royal pants are my favorite for that exact reason. Designed around mountain bikes...
  • + 1
 tld se pro bike.... not going to buy em tho ever as theyre probs expensive af
  • + 1
 I think it's just exciting to have a big moto company just like TLD did see the merit in coming to MTBing. Sick kits by the way
  • + 1
 it'd still be nice for ONE to take out the leather knee panels, yes they might be soft but its still an unnecessary part and its annoying when they introduce a bike lineup with leather knees, still very stoked on the pants and wouldnt mind a set if they didnt have white
  • + 1
 The Vapor pants are from the MOTO line, not specific to bike. We are working on a bike specific version that will be out this time next year with the leathers removed and a slight tweak in the cut. To be honest though, the Vapor in it's current MOTO form is awesome as a DH or BMX pant - you won't notice the leathers.
  • + 1
 IXS and Royal are the most "bike oriented" compagny imo. for pants.
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  • + 4
 Signing the Athertons was a really good move for them , I think. It really helped them get noticed in the MTB scene , especially with what they've come out with looks really good.
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  • + 1
 FYI. I am testing a bunch of their kit at the moment, including the socks! And its all great kit, the Am stuff is lovely, the DH kit mostly Motocross stuff but the shorts are very well thought out and the inseam measurement is very helpful when buying!
The jerseys come up with shorts sleeves, and generally a bit undersized in my experience. I buy Large stuff usually, being 6'2", (H&M, Primark, UniQlo and any other t-shirt manufacturer) and i had to get XL as they were too snugg, and short sleeved. If you want full armour underneath it'd be borderline 2 sizes up....
Everythign is very well made as far as i can tell, and looks great in the flesh. Still waiting for afew bits to turn up, but veryimpressed so far. Shorts sizing is pretty spot on, if a little snug.
Dedicated Bike pants/trousers would be a welcome addition indeed!
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  • + 4
 "and MTB sock" No jazzy name for the sock then?

Seriously, does anyone actually buy mtb branded socks?
  • + 1
 im liking ther AM gear
  • + 1
 fo sho, me ! i have some pinkbike and o'neal socks. i know i am freak
  • + 1
 you may not have heard of the SockGuy....
  • + 1
 defeet ftw! so much more comfortable then standard non athletic socks
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  • + 3
 It all looks sick, but how about a pair of pants that wont permanently turn brown the first time you fall in them? Too much white IMO
  • + 1
 or ride in the mud, it looks like i shit myself after a long muddy ride
  • + 1
 exactly, white is cool for some people but it's kinda silly not to offer a black/dark color offering. a lot of people don't like white because it gets dirty. I'd be all over those pants if they weren't white.
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  • + 0
 MX MX MX if you want to look MX go ride an MX bike. I think the stuff looks awful blatently taken from the MX side. Funny they got in to bike all of a sudden, wonder why oh yeah the MX market is in a bad way lets offload some stuff to bike and jump on that bandwagon. Sorry I'm on a rant, I own a store and there are plenty of brands out there doing bike gear right and all of them struggle every year as the bike market is hard work clothing wise and then another MX brand jumps on the wagon. It was worth them getting Athertons but did they have any feedback on these kits, I very much doubt it as they look terrible. Just another set of pyjahmas with a velcro adjustable waist. They also went down in my estimations when they openly compaired the weight of their pant to a Fox pant which was from the Fox MX line and not the Fox Bike pant which is a lot lighter than the One bike pant, for that matter the Sombrio and the Royal are lighter or the same weight and why a pant anyway? hot more restrictive than a short! and the fact none of them have pockets gets me every time. One won't be on the shelves in my store that is for certain. Sombrio, Royal, Fox all the way and yes we have had issues with Troy Lee falling apart for many years.

Heres an idea they could even get the weight down even more if they ditched the leather patch!! or they could replace the leather patch with some errm Pockets. Lightweight what about the durability, can they list that and compare to the others? Power ranger pyjamas.

I feel better now feel free to negative prop me
  • + 1
 Dude relax! Read the post from One up above... "The Vapor pants are from the MOTO line, not specific to bike. We are working on a bike specific version that will be out this time next year with the leathers removed and a slight tweak in the cut. To be honest though, the Vapor in it's current MOTO form is awesome as a DH or BMX pant - you won't notice the leathers."

I have held the pants and they are not only lighter than the Fox push pant, they are also lighter than the typical DH short (shorts made from cordura like typical moto pants). The campaign you are referring to was for the moto market hence the comparison to one of the top moto pants in the market - the 360.

I'm all for moto companies coming into the bike market. It's a fresh new angle and I for one and diggin it.
  • + 1
 I think they all look shit. If you want to look like a clown, get a clown suit. It will be a lot cheaper.

I'm looking forward to the day that the clothing designers make something understated and tasteful. Something that you could wear all morning and then go for lunch in a normal place, like on the Dayou Rd, and nobody would look at you like you were from the circus. Sn*ggering into their noodles. Quietly talking about you to thier friends.

"Look at that idiot! I bet he thinks he looks cool! Ha ha ha!"

There is no cooler photo in mountain biking that the one of Shaun Palmer riding at Sea Otter in his jeans and tee shirt. I'd rather wear golf or cricket clothes than MTB gear, and I ride every weekend.

The best test of if something is cool or not, is ask someone from outside your sport if they would waer it. If the answer is no, you're probably not looking good. If they burst into fits of laughter, like most normal people would if you wore this shit, then you're definitely in need of a trip to a stylist. Or at least watch an episode of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy...
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  • + 1
 Hemlock - you need to take a chill pill buddy but I gotta agree with the main theme of your argument - if the Athertons had such a big influence on the designs what's with the leather..this is just short term opportunism.
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  • + 1
 I have some of the MTB gear and the colors are brighter then they look. Good fit and so far, very durable. I have an order in for some more stuff.
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  • + 2
 I really hate these motorcycle helmets
  • + 1
 Ya kinda makes the rider look like a bobblehead huh?
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  • - 2
 I have a surfing background and even though I also ride I have always thought that cyclists from all disciplines look like absolute dicks!! Roadies and XCers in their lycra, DHers with garish logos slapped all over themselves, DJers with their trousers round their knees- YOU ALL LOOK LIKE TOOLS!! I will stick to my standard cargo shorts and T shirt thank you very much- I have never been a fan of the Power Rangers.
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  • + 2
 Warren bro's representing!
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  • + 1
 Dopesauce. Stuff looks pro. AM gear will give a nice option vs Sombrio or Race Face IMO. Me like.
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  • + 2
 Thank you for listing the inseam length of the shorts!
  • + 1
 totally agree most company,s make the inseam way too short . especially in wett mucky weather the longer legs help stop the mud getting sprayed up your shorts legs
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  • + 1
 Need waterproofed arse coverage over here. I'm sick of getting a damp nipkins ridge!
  • + 1
 Endura MT500 shorts - nice to get home after two hours with a dry arse!
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  • + 1
 Nice gear. Jerseys always used to be too short in the arms tho. Hope they've sorted that out.
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  • + 1
 i think i could shred gnar in that!
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  • + 1
 Can we get some pants that don't look like clown pants?
  • + 1
 yup its called tld gp hotrod black
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  • + 1
 Hopefully this gear is better quality than troy lee gear
  • + 1
 i having problem with latest TLD gears too... rubber on gloves is peeling off ... paint on pants also peeling off ... from this year, NO TLD for me ... FOX or Royal or local made
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  • + 1
 Would love the Vapor... but the colours Frown
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  • + 1
 I am willing to go to extreme measures for one of these kits
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  • + 1
 Those colors are hot
  • + 4
 they would look sick on us aussies!
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  • + 1
 well nice stuff
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  • + 1
 Still prefer animal.
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