Day two started out with an array of smiling faces. Outdoor Industries Women's Coalition put on an autograph signing at the ladies lounge with Rebecca Rusch, Katie Holden, Leigh Donovan, Kelli Emmett, Ally Stacher, Elle Anderson and Team Tibco.
We can already hear rejoicing from the streets - after being bought out by Sugoi 18 months ago, apparel brand Sombrio are set for re-entry into the market. The transitional time was used to parse down the line to include pieces that would exemplify their direction and look and will be built upon as they regain their momentum. The popular baseball style Drifter Jersey returns with some subtle new colours that are intended to be paired with the bright pop of the new freeride V'Al shorts. On the right is the Tyvekia jersey.
The Cascadia jersey has a Pacific North West twist on the Hawaiian style shirt, a crowd favourite, the Silhouette Flannel shirt and the new Slice and Dice jersey.
Jelly Belly Sport Beans are keeping things fruity with two new flavours being released - Green Apple and Sour Pear.
Giro worked closely with Mips to be able to adopt the technology for their helmet line moving into 2015. Mips is a multi directional impact system that sits on the inside of the helmet in the form of a slip plane. When an impact occurs, the slip plane moves inside the helmet which in turn diffuses impact. The Feather will now be available with or without Mips for $95 and $75 respectively. The La DND glove get's a whack of new colours and the Manta MTB shoe will be available in this glowing red colourway while the Terradura get's a subdued white and green combo. The colour theme rolls into the Xena gloves, to keep your look tied in.
We were interested to see the new Ride Halter Bib short which was designed for comfort along with the intention of making things a little easier to manage when nature calls. The designer of the Giro women's line is actually a former Levi's employee and the smart casual style shows in the range. Top right is the CA Ride Overshort 2.0, the Ride LT Jersey and the cool looking retro styled Wind Bomber ride jacket in legion blue.
Bolle have released a new women's casual line which includes the Greta pictured here, get yourself Italian made shades for a tidy sum of $90 USD. The Sixth Sense is the top of the line sports glass which offers a polarized shatter resistant lens that is interchangeable and malleable temple arms. The Sixth Sense retails for $199 USD.
Luca Shaw spent the 2014 season taking names and blazing trail, we look forward to seeing what this young gun has in store for 2015.
Chrome Industries have produced this women's specific Pasha ride hoody which is available in a cotton and full merino version. The Pasha has longer sleeves with thumb loops, a rear stash pocket and is longer in the back to keep you covered when commuting. The Pasha retails for $100 USD or $180 USD. The gravel bag is big enough to hold a 40, so we think a bottle of wine would do just fine in this little bag of fun.
Terry are celebrating their 30 year anniversary and have re-released their extremely popular do-it-all Butterfly saddle in it's original pattern, which consists of butterflies of course...
Fly Racing are beyond excited to enter into the female market next year. Their line is kicking off with the Lilly short and Jersey and the Action jersey. The line is intended to be feminine yet functional and will be available in January of 2015.
Care for a free Swiftwick logo tattoo in return for a pair of socks? Yep, that's what's happening here... real tattoo's. For real. For socks.
Pink much? This Canyon Spectral AL was all did up in Ergon's new Neon Edition Bikini Pink SME3 Pro saddle and GE1 grips. Eye catching to say the least. The pink will be available on Ergon's SME3 Pro and SME3 Pro Carbon seats as well as GE1 and GE1 Slim grips.
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