Nukeproof Releases 2019 Clothing Range

May 7, 2019
by Nukeproof  
Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear


Dialling in the fit of the garments, new fabrics, new manufacturing and printing techniques, its a constant evolution for the Nukeproof Ridewear range. In stores now the new spring/ summer range include subtle refinements to fit and fabrics and several new additions to the range.

Nukeproof have taken note from riders/ customer feedback to make some subtle improvements to the Ridewear for its second season. Again, Nukeproof have four main ranges; Nirvana (race inspired trail kit), Kashmir (downhill), Blackline (trail) and Outland (casual ridewear).


Nukeproof's premium trail wear is the Blackline range. A relaxed cut with high performance fabrics that are fast wicking, breathable and lightweight with stretch to allow you to perform and stay focused on enjoying the ride. With offerings for dry and wet weather, Nukeproof Blackline is designed to keep you riding no matter the condition outside.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Available in Women's Short and Long sleeve...

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
...and Men's short and long sleeve

Available in both men’s and women’s line ups. For 2019 we have tailored the fit of the shorts featuring slightly shorter inseam and a tapered leg, but still designed to be sit well with knee pads.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear

Blackline Jersey SRP: SS £40.00 / LS £45.00)

Shorts are made from High quality stretch polyester (DWR coated for a little extra protection against the unknown.) to allow your body to move unrestricted on the bike and absorb and wick effectively away from your skin. Made from recycled S-Café ™ fabrics with a rear venting panel the Blackline Jerseys are super breathable, fast wicking and quick drying as well as anti-microbial. They are available in long sleeve and short sleeve. With a new addition to the range for SS19 of a short sleeve superfine grade Merino wool base layer.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Blackline shorts are available in Grey, Green and Blue (SRP: £60.00)

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear

Nirvana Ridewear

Nirvana is created as a high-end, race inspired kit. Developed with Nukeproof's athletes to offer ultimate comfort and performance for those long days in the saddle to exceed the demands of enduro races. For 2019 there are both men’s and women’s lines, with shorts updated with an all new refined fit to the waist, leg shape and length. All products feature high quality performance tech fabrics from Cordura. Designed to be lightweight and breathable, yet still tough and durable offering protection against trail debris and scuffs. 4-way stretch fabrics feature through the range allowing riders unrestricted movement and comfort on the bike. Vents are precision laser cut, with seem flat welded to make garments lightweight and comfortable against the skin, all finished with chunky hard wearing YKK zippers.


Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Ripstop sleeves on the Nirvana Jersey's with silicon details secure a hydration pack in place, with Cordura patches for protection on the elbow. Nirvana LS jersey SRP: £70.00

The shorts are still packed with essential features like a removable eyewear bag to carry your glasses or goggles on long transitions and D loop to attach valuables too.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Stash eyewear bag in the Nirvana Shorts. SRP: £90.00

A new addition to the Nirvana range is a 2 ½ layer fully waterproof (15,000 mm) and breathable (30,000 mm) lightweight jacket. The jacket features Waterproof pockets, adjustable hem, audio port, high-quality taped seams, subtle Nukeproof branding and is pack-able into itself for easy storage.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Nirvana Jacket- Also available in black (SRP: £150.00)

Kashmir Ridewear

Through the Kashmir line we have updated the fabric, fit and cut for 2019. Kashmir apparel is designed for downhill with its super tough 4 way stretch fabric offering protection along with the freedom of movement on the bike.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Kashmir Shorts (SRP: £80.00)

The Kashmir shorts feature adjustable waits, zip pockets (with secure D Loop) and are DWR coated to keep of the worst of the weather on the track. Whilst tough, the jersey and shorts are designed to be lightweight and breathable with laser cut ventilation.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Kashmir Jersey also available in Grey/ Black (SRP: £80.00)

Outland Ridewear

All new for 2019 is the Outland Ridewear line up. Designed to have a super casual look with a relaxed fit for use both on and off the bike. No racy graphics or in your face colours allowing riders can blend neatly into “none rider society” whilst enjoying post ride hydration in a pub/ café whist still having the benefits of performance Ridewear on the trails.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Outland LS (SRP: £35.00)

Jerseys are available in long and short sleeve and raglan tee cut with light weight and a soft feel to mimic a casual tee, but construed from performance fabrics to keep you cool, wicking and fast drying when on the bike.

Outland Shorts (SRP: £49.99)

The super clean Outland shorts are constructed from stretch fabric and feature secure double button fit and adjustable waist tabs keep them locked in place, with 3 pockets (including a single zip pocket) for storage and a D loop for securing valuables to.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Long enough to avoid that awkward short-pad gap on the legs.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Casual cut for both on and off the bike (Short Sleeve SRP: £30.00)

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Outland Hoodie (SRP: £60.00)

Included in the Outland collection is a selection of hoodies and sweaters. Designed for use pre, post or during rides using performance fabrics, but casual cuts to work both on and off the bike.

Nukeproof 2019 Ridewear
Outland Zip hoodie (SRP: £70.00)

Out now, (Complete Nirvana Shorts arriving late May 2019)


  • 13 1
 2019 range? Pffft rockshox are already on their 2020 fork range, cmon step it up Nukeproof
  • 35 1
 I’m sorry we let you down.
  • 4 3
 @Nukeproofinternational: That was supposed to be a laughing smiley but forgot pinkbike comments are shit at emojis!
  • 4 0
 Where can you actually buy this stuff? Just CRC overseas? Nukeproof launched their winter line back in January and only place I could find it for purchase was a constantly out-of-stock status on Chain Reaction. Nukeproof's canadian dealer never stocked it to begin with. Looks like their winter stuff in in stock now on CRC, but it's spring now and will be out of stock this fall probably. Always confused about Nukeproof's stuff. Looks solid but hard to get in North America.
  • 1 0
 Nukeproof is owned and run by CRC so I would assume that their webstore gets first priority on inventory. I too would would really like to see their stuff distributed more outside of the online/overseas option
  • 3 1
 @showmethemountains: kind of.... Nukeproof is a brand ran by Hotlines (uk distribution Co), CRC bought Hotlines.... It's the same thing but has an extra step in there.
  • 1 0
 @themop: I didn't know the original history. Currently Nukeproof and Vitus are run out of CRC's Belfast office. Hotlines appears to be based separately in Edinburgh still
  • 1 0
 Ah ok, so it's a CRC only type of thing then. Thanks for the info!
  • 2 0
 If you want good clothes in Canada, just go to Mountain Equipment Co-op in my opinion.
  • 2 0
 @Kramz: Yep that's fair. Their return policy is unreal, too. Basically can return anything even years later if you rip or destroy something. They don't carry a bunch of bike brands but their selection is still pretty decent.
  • 4 0
 Nice an subtle. Even the racer kit isn't too leary
  • 1 0
 Bought the 2018 women's jersey/shorts on sale. The sizing is off (buy smaller than you usually would), but the quality is nice and the kit looks really good.
  • 2 0
 nukeproof needs to make some long pants
  • 4 0
 Wouldn't that be nice.. Maybe we will
  • 2 4
 Post your best nuclear puns.
  • 11 2
 SRAM be like: F u k u s h i m a n o
  • 4 4
 @colincolin: Cane Creek be like: H i r o s h i m a n o
* can't think of a better comparable company
  • 2 10
flag karatechris (May 7, 2019 at 14:42) (Below Threshold)
 @drunknride: No amount of humour can make this reference acceptable. No hard feelings, just a bit of feedback.
  • 3 1
 @karatechris: you must be fun at parties
  • 4 1
 @karatechris: Can you give me the scientific amount of years that must pass before we can make jokes about something? And don't say "some things are off limits" cuz f*ck that.
  • 2 4
 @Larkey1: You must be so original
  • 2 4
 @drunknride: Sure

Something is offensive + joke isn't funny = infinity years before it is appropriate
  • 2 1
 @drunknride: actually here's an even better one based you your idea of "its long ago so it's fair game":
At the lower estimate 70,000 civilians were killed at Hiroshima 74 years ago. 946 per year passed. So according to this calculation, you think it's OK to start making jokes about the 9/11 attack 3 years later.
  • 3 0
 @karatechris: That is the dumbest shit I've read today. Congrats

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