In the words of Ned Flanders, it feels like you're wearing nothing at all!
While managing to look less techy, TLD still managed to keep the materials nice and well…techy.
Chromag expands its apparel range with two new gloves.
We have been riding their high-performance DH shoe, the TNT, for the last few months and are excited to share our feedback on them so far.
Smart design, minimal weight, perfect fit and American manufacturing.
This is the story of two shoes. A left and a right.
Compared to traditional denim, these jeans feel more like yoga pants (only a lot more durable).
Pete sat down for a chat with Leatt’s Scott Macfarlane to talk about how their shoe range came into being.
The base model clip shoe in the four-model range from Leatt, the Leatt DBX 4.0 Clip Shoe prioritises comfort.
Travis Bothner and his partner Ying are the power couple behind Vancouver-based rising MTB apparel star, NF.
Leatt have unveiled today their new and affordable DBX shoe line which features two flat pedal and two clipless models.
Leatt are entering the shoe world with a full lineup of flat pedal and clipless compatible shoes, including the DBX 3.0.
We dig deep into the design decisions that go into creating clothing that mountain bikers want to wear.
If you would prefer to ride in the same clothes that you wear to the office and pub, cozy flannels are a compulsory piece of that outfit.
Riding pants. How did I not think of it before?
Ben tested Endura’s MT500 Spray Trouser to see if they can stand up to the wettest British winter in years.
Famous for bike cleaning products, the British brand has recently included a range of backpacks in its catalog and now present a series of clothing products.
Billed by Fox as a lightweight weather-resistant low-profile glove.
A unique solution for winter's warmer days.
While I haven’t been blown away by their gear in the past, due to inconsistent sizes and fits, their recent production has changed my mind.