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Dakine Announces New Thrillium Gravity Collection

Apr 29, 2022 at 15:25
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PRESS RELEASE: Dakine

At Dakine, we are motivated by the descent. The Thrillium Collection is our gravity inspired apparel worn by our legendary crew of team riders. Vanderham, Aggy, Carson Storch, Vinny T, and Hannah Bergemann all trust the Thrillium Collection for when it's time to throw down. From bike parks and shuttle laps, to quick rips on their local trails, the Thrillium Collection is the go-to apparel for the world's best riders.

Graham Agassiz and Thomas Vanderham in the Coast Gravity park BC photo by Sterling Lorence
Aggy and Vanderham in the Thrillium jersey and pants

Graham Agassiz in the Coast Gravity park BC photo by Sterling Lorence
Thomas Vanderham in the Coast Gravity park BC
One jump, two styles

Graham Agassiz in the Coast Gravity park BC
The Thrillium pants and shorts feature ample laser cut venting around the waist and inner thigh and articulating stretch panels for comfort and ease of movement.

Graham Agassiz in the Coast Gravity park BC
Graham Agassiz in the Coast Gravity park BC

Thomas Vanderham on Vancouver s North Shore.
Vanderham levitates in the Thrillium jersey and shorts. Also pictured is the Slayer knee pad and Cross-X gloves.

Thomas Vanderham on Vancouver s North Shore.
Thomas Vanderham on Vancouver s North Shore.
Made from 100% recycled polyester, the Thrillium jersey is a quick drying, mid-weight jersey with a UPF rating of 20 designed for gravity riding, yet breathable enough for long slogs uphill. With antimicrobial odor control, the Thrillium jersey can be worn multiple times without washing, reducing your laundry chores while prolonging the life of the product.
Thomas Vanderham on Vancouver s North Shore. photo by Sterling Lorence

Hannah Bergemann in the women s Thrillium jersey and pants Photo by Colin Wiseman
Hannah Bergemann in the women s Thrillium jersey and pants Photo by Colin Wiseman
Hannah Bergemann in the women's Thrillium jersey and pants
Hannah in the women s Thrillium jersey and pant Photo by Colin Wiseman

Hannah Bergemann in the women s Thrillium jersey and pants Photo by Colin Wiseman


Thrillium jersey features
• 100% recycled materials
• Four Way Stretch Construction
• Antimicrobial Odor Control Technology
• Cut Crewneck, Raglan Sleeves and 2' (5cm) drop rear hem
• UPF 20 Sun protection
• $75 USD Long Sleeve. $70 USD Short Sleeve
• XS-XL for women, S-XXL for men

Thrillium pants and shorts features
• Built in webbing belt with camming quick release waist buckle
• Articulating stretch panels
• Ventilated laser perforated waist and inner thigh
• Zippered (2) hand and (1) thigh pockets
• 14" inseam (shorts)
• $170 USD pants. $130 USD shorts
• XS-XL for women, S-XXL for men


See more at www.dakine.com
Video filmed by Mind Spark Cinema
Edited by Tyler Malay/Workhorse Collective
Aggy and Vanderham photos by Sterling Lorence
Hannah B photos by Colin Wiseman

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37 Comments
  • 41 3
 The only 'Thrillium' relevant piece here is the bright orange top to prevent you from getting shot by the peeps at the open gun range a few hundred feet from the trailhead. (Locals know this all too true. For the non locals, think kids with semi-automatics shooting at rock walls directly in line with the shuttle run.)

With all that said, its worth it. Awesome trail!
  • 10 0
 Come ride Bullet Dodger in BC. As a South African, Ive never felt so at home riding next to a shooting range!
  • 2 0
 Or Gun club bypass at Red mtn… I swear bullets are wizzing over your head.
  • 3 0
 I once passed a kid who looked 12 or 13 with a hunting rifle in full camo coming down the climb trail as I pedaled for a thrillium lap. Always wondered where he had been coming from and shooting at up there given the trail density.
  • 9 3
 At least there is a designated range for weaponry. I ride trails that hunters shoot all around in the woods or just feet off trails while riding by and you cant see WTF they are nestled either. Sometimes they assume your a deer and you will be staring down a barrel as you round a bend in a highly populated area with homes near by and multitudes of cyclist, runners and hikers. Hunting should be an inconvenience, not an in-n-out fast food joint.
  • 2 0
 @shredskyy: Kids these days! LMAO
  • 2 0
 @Acid11: Trail name checks out! :-)
  • 2 0
 I almost got shot there! Terrifying moment of bullets whizzing by as we popped out of the woods.
  • 1 0
 @taurausmountain: Sounds familiar. :-)
  • 1 0
 Ride thrillium yesterday in the pouring rain. First time I only heard but a few gun shots dropping into the trail.
  • 12 0
 Anyone else forget that it was a Dakine video and tried to remember who Graham signed with for bikes?
  • 1 0
 Yeah I was just tryna get a good look at that YT
  • 10 0
 "14" inseam (shorts)"

So the same length as TLD pants then.
  • 9 0
 If only the DNR had let us name that trail Minor Threat……
  • 2 1
 just to be clear; Dakine, being based in Hood River, named the clothing line after Thrillium Trail at Yacolt, but the footage is of some trail in B.C. correct?
  • 6 0
 @loam33: Dakine arent even based in Hood River anymore . . . I wish they would shoot this at Thrilly.
  • 4 0
 Dakine what are you doing!?! Big fan of the brand but they have been producing some gear that doesn’t hold up like it used to. Snow and bike!!! Hate to say it but they stuff looks terrible anymore too. Bring back that forest scene Jersey Graham rocked 4 ish years ago
  • 1 0
 Same opinion
  • 1 0
 What happened With Dakine?
  • 4 0
 @jtreiver7: they left Hood river Oregon and that’s all she wrote haha
  • 2 0
 Remember they got bought out by some big conglomerate a couple years ago
  • 1 0
 there is always someone who says "it used to be better quality" in like every clothing article ever... do you mean durability? The quality is good... durability due to hi-tech lightweight materials are shit for sure... but that is the sacrifice for shading grams.

I must say Dakine's gloves were complete garbage, didn't survive two months of use. That being said service was top-notch, but the replacement gloves survived exactly the same two months... They did honour their 2 year warranty and I got a set of sweet and high-quality frame bags instead and Fox gloves that are rocking for 2 years with no issues.
  • 5 0
 The world needs more Agazzi.

Why is there no heavy metal theme to his kit though? Samhain would be cool.

Maybe a Corrosion of Conformity collaboration.

Minor Threat kit.

Ministry t-shirts...bring it!
  • 4 0
 I was less than thrilliumed at the last Dakine jersey I bought. It was the jersey that made me switch to non-cycling synthetic workout shirts because the cycling shirts quality is often so bad but cost 3x as much. Now I just look for loose fitting stuff that falls in the general workout and/or running categories. It is usually no more than $20, better quality, and not always made in China.
  • 4 1
 Alright so what we’re gonna do is take our name on put it right on the center of the chest on a green, black, and orange shirt!. Then for the grand finale we will put…you guessed it…. Our name ON THE CHEST of a green AND BLACK! Shirt!

How inspired.
  • 7 0
 Introducing the Thrillium collection, video shot: elsewhere.
  • 2 0
 I have a pair of the original Thrillium pants made with Schoeller fabric and they're fantastic. I liked them so much the next year I ordered another pair. Huge disappointment. Fit is completely different for the same size and no more Schoeller fabric. Hopefully my original pair last as the new ones are rubish by comparison. The newer ones also cost the same despite moving to a far cheaper material.
  • 4 0
 Love me some $70 tshirts and $130 shorts... Amazing investments, totally worth it.
  • 4 0
 I know a place where you can sell your kidney’s. Go check out Poc outlet. 80$ CAD for shorts on sale currently.

Personally Eddie Bauer is where it’s at for good cheap riding gear Smile
  • 1 0
 I only shop MTB gear on sale... yeah my knee pads do not match my elbow pads, and my jerseys do not colour code with my pants and shorts. But my 12 clothing items kit I rock year-round is under 400 bucks total Big Grin (same price my full face DH helmet is). That is like 70% savings. I still like purposely built MTB gear... just cannot stand full retail price. Just go and shop in the late fall and you can get a few jerseys for 25 CAD each Big Grin
  • 1 0
 The Thrilliam collection? - was expecting a range of bedroom attire for amorous mountain bikers and their partners. Colurs are a bit drab but the video did have lots of whips in it....
  • 2 0
 The pants are definitely among the shortest out there so I'll happily pass.
  • 1 0
 Those silver bars look sick. They need to make a white or lighter colored jersey for hot SoCal days. I'd cop.
  • 1 0
 This was sick but I didn't see enough whips.
  • 1 0
 Do do do doup… you must whip it…
  • 1 0
 Aggy' style is soooooo siiiiicck
  • 1 0
 aggy morning coffee!







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