Nukeproof Launches New Range of Riding Kit

May 16, 2018
by Nukeproof  
Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

PRESS RELEASE: Nukeproof

Announcing Nukeproof Ride Wear

We've wanted to kick this clothing project off for a while now, but turns out developing clothing from scratch takes time! We have an awesome team of designers and developers and this process has been a huge learning curve over the past 3 years. But now Nukeproof are super proud of the new Spring '18 Ride Wear line. Inspired by our staff, athletes and customers the new Ride Wear uses high-performance fabrics and clothing packed with features that we wanted as riders.

The Spring '18 line has 4 main lineups, Nirvana our ultimate trail/gravity collection, Kashmir designed for downhill, Blackline lightweight, breathable trail gear and Outland casual inspired trail gear.



Nirvana:

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

Our ultimate ride wear (trail/all mountain/enduro – whatever you want to call it). High performance Cordura fabrics and race fit make this perfect for any rider. The Nirvana shorts are made from lightweight, durable 4-way stretch Cordura ripstop fabric.

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Taped seams, lighweight ripstop Codura fabric make the Nirvana the ultimate trail short


Nukeproof Ride Wear
Nukeproof Ride Wear
2 of the 3 colour ways Maroon/Grunge & Black Camp

Nukeproof Nirvana short
Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

Seam welded for comfort around the hems and waist, with triple stitched seams around the crotch for durability. We’ve integrated features such as a pouch to store goggles/glasses on transitions and climbs, a secure D-clip (to keep your keys safe) and fully adjustable waist tabs. Internal silicone grippers help secure the shorts in place on the trails. There's a matching super breathable and lightweight stretch jersey including woven anti-snag sleeves with Cordura patches to brush off trail debris. Seam welded for comfort around the neck, hem and cuffs and secure silicon grippers on shoulders to lock your hydration packs in place.

Available in 3 colours across shorts and jersey. SRP:
Nirvana Jerseys: £70
Nirvana Shorts: £90



Kashmir:

Nukeproof clothing

Designed for Downhill, these are tough, hard-wearing shorts and jerseys. Our durable, but lightweight super stretchy shorts allow you to perform and move on your bike. Adjustable waist tabs and high rear waist offer the ultimate fit. The YKK zipper pockets includes a waterproof pocket for your mobile phone and a secure D-clip for valuables. The Kashmir jersey offers breathable lightweight performance and is fully sublimated with added elastane for the perfect race fit.

Tough but flexible fabric with a high waist for protection and security

Nukeproof Ride Wear
Nukeproof Ride Wear
Available in 3 colours, Camo, Orange/ blue and Green/ Lime

SRP:
Kashmir Jerseys: £50
Kashmir Shorts: £80



Blackline:

Available in both men's & women's cut.

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

Trail jersey and shorts. The casual fit 4 way stretch shorts with hard wearing triple stitched seems including adjustable wait tabs, double popper fastening and deep mesh YKK zipper pockets (one includes a secure loop, to help prevent losing your keys on the trail!) and DWR coated. Designed for aggressive trail riding, with a relaxed fit. The jerseys use a recycled S-Café polyester fabric offing fast wicking, antimicrobial and natural UV protection. Cut for a relaxed fit and they include a rear pocket.

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

Available in long sleeve and short sleeve across 4 colourways

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Casual style graphics blended with lightweight & breathable S-cafe fabric Jersey with rear stash pocket

Nukeproof Blackline
Nukeproof Blackline
Blackline shorts: Clean style, with performance fabrics and features Inside the chunky YKK zipper pocket- D-clip for your lanyard to secure keys

Nukeproof Ride Wear
Nukeproof Ride Wear
Blackline Jerseys come in short or long sleeve with 3 designs of each

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
DWR coated with 4 way stretch long enough to be worn with pads, Blackline come in long sleeve and short sleeve options

Nukeproof clothing

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
Blackline W have a specific women's cut and style

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

SRP:
Blackline Jersey: £45 (long sleeve) / £40 (short sleeve)
Blackline Short: £60



Outland:

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

The Outland Jersey range offers a casual cut and style with performance. Subtle prints, quick-wicking jerseys with raglan cuts and long body to give this jersey a chilled vibe on and off the trails.

Nukeproof Outland Jersey
Nukeproof Outland Jersey
Outland Jersey has a casual style with relaxed fits

Available in long and short sleeve in 2 colours.

SRP:
Outland: £45 (long sleeve) / £40 (short sleeve)

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018
After ride chill minus the fluro.

Nukeproof Ridewear 2018

Check out the full range here.

Nukeproof Technical Ride Wear is available now.


MENTIONS: @Nukeproofinternational


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46 Comments

  • + 28
 I really like lots of these designs. Really wish the photos weren't processed so heavily.
  • + 7
 The best is the one of the woman going literally straight to the bottom of the frame off a "cliff". Its like the shots in the horror movies where a zombie is crawling on the wall, but really it was shot from the side with them on the ground.
  • + 0
 @eswebster: haha, yeah!
  • + 8
 Sorry @spinko More images are on the website and will drop more as we can. We shot this on a day that the light was playing havoc with us in between rain showers! So much for a summer shoot in Barcelona Smile
  • + 1
 Very nice!
  • + 3
 @eswebster: I assure you that the "cliff" is as steep as it looks there. And, I can't assure it, but I would bet you wouldn't go down it.
  • + 19
 Am I the only one that like 3/4 sleeves for freeride?
  • + 2
 I find that 3/4 sleeves don’t work well with elbow pads. Other than that I love a 3/4 sleeve.
  • + 9
 @Cbc4447: funny I love them for that exact reason...that they work well with mine. But to each his own.
  • + 5
 I like 3/4 sleeves for all rides. Best blend of airflow for summer and little extra warmth for winter.
  • + 10
 Not a fan of 3/4, give me long or short.
  • + 4
 3/4 is my version of half ass elbow pads. i really should ride with pads but that little bit of abrasion resistance is really what i need
  • + 6
 Im thinking the NP use branding was a poor decision. Its unlikely anyone without a NP vessel would purchase at these price points, so limits market, and this will tend to be purchase by a demographic already filtered to be NP riders. Where a simple clothing line brand would have opened up so much opportunity to introduce many riders to the NP brand through a quality or appreciation, by association and almost stealth. Then after dipping toe into this clothing and apparel line, explored opportunity for brand association to the more substantive purchases. A separate clothing brand is known to be a NP company, and associated with NP, yet having NP front and centre almost says to the market, I purchase the clothes and thus I am supporting NP, the bike manufacturer. Which is a stretch too far for a pair of short purchase.
  • - 6
flag adrennan (May 16, 2018 at 15:23) (Below Threshold)
 admittedly i have owned various yeti shorts but dont own a yeti. but if you live in golden, colorado and have nothing yeti, you are kind of a loser
  • + 3
 @adrennan: That's rough. I guess it's one way to keep us Californians away though.

I love Colorado (rad, as in RAD, not rod), f***ing gorgeous out there.
  • + 2
 @LoganKM1982: I was a Californian. It's really a joke. Yeti does show a lot of love for our local trails so I can't hate.
  • + 2
 @adrennan: well, on the bright side I have some sweet yeti g strings now.

That counts right?
  • + 3
 They will be cheap and on the front page of CRC, people searching for mtb clothing will just click on it when it first comes up as an option because it's there. It looks good and they have heard the name in the news with EWS. I have bought nuke proof components for years because of this, and its bloody good stuff. Now I am pretty sure the CRC operation knows what its doing when it comes to marketing, they know how to run a race team aswel.
  • + 9
 Hey up Gonzo, don’t worry we’re not doing this to take on the big companies, it’s just something we wanted to do and have an awesome team that could make it happen. We accept that it will not appeal to everyone but nore should it. It’s just an option for riders that likes the new kit. Hopefully a few do Smile
  • + 5
 It’s good looking, understated (for the most part) kit that has some nice features. Doesn’t scream the nukeproof brand, don’t understand why you think it’s limited to only nukeproof bike users. @gonzoracing
  • + 4
 Nice stuff, but the prices... I like Nukeproof because they are not that crazy expensive. But this...
  • + 5
 I can't tell the difference between any of those other than the color.
  • + 2
 why does no one make downhill specific pants anymore? i mean the only ones i can find are troy lee, fox, and raceface. all are just super plain and dont go with any kit. whats up with that?
  • + 4
 iXS, O'Neal, Fly Racing, Royal Racing, Alpinestars, 100%, ......
  • + 10
 Levi’s
  • + 6
 Neat
  • + 2
 Great looking kit. reminds me Sombrio. Not overly garish but also not too plain.
  • + 2
 Some of these are stunning, but come on, 70£ for jersey and 90£ for shorts is ridiculous. It's criminal I'd say.
  • + 3
 Rebrand please! No way in hell I'm coming near thoseyellow logos.
  • + 1
 someone should do a line like seven mx. compression ls with a lightweight overjersey. cuz compression works.
  • + 1
 Have to try the shorts! Need to replace after a branch came through my TLD's last year.
  • + 2
 Nevermind all that.......BRING BACK THE SOLUM DJ FRAME!!!!
  • - 3
 Who the hell sits on their bike like that guy at the beach? Models and clueless photographers. Shame on NP for letting that one in the press release. Seriously. Reminds me of the Dennis Kirk motorcycle ads with the dude wearing gloves shoved up the inside of his sleeves.

And while I'm at it, who sets their bike down in salty surf?
  • + 5
 Tough day at the office, sugar plum?
  • + 6
 It’s at Queenstown trails in New Zealand (is a little staged but it’s a nice place haha), the model is Vanzacs ripper Jackson Davis (and will love that he’s been refers to as a model!) Check out the video on our You Tube or website.
  • + 1
 People will always find something to complain about...
  • + 3
 @ajayflex: They put too much vanilla in his fairtrade-freedom-soy-chai-frappe-lattechino again.
  • + 1
 bhahahha jacko a model now thats made my friday
  • - 1
 I started off thinking "wow no obnoxiously bright colors?" Then I got down to the DH kits. I guess it's important to glow in the dark when riding DH
  • + 1
 Casual graphics...company name blasted across chest in yellow..lol
  • + 1
 3/4 sleeves = manpris!!!!
  • + 1
 Nice
  • + 1
 Procore-gromwear
  • + 1
 Ugly baggy shorts
  • + 0
 Tidy

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