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Introducing Ornot Cycling Apparel

For fans of cycling there is a brand you should be checking out. Ornot, it's entirely up to you. Ornot is a non-logo heavy cycling clothing label that believes in the ideology that Cycling is a sport that should be first and foremost, enjoyed. Ornot are too keen to encourage people to get cycling whether it's exploring dirt tracks, getting lost in the woods, chatting in a double pace line or running errands around town. Riding bikes is fun, remember growing up watching those kids out chase the cops in E.T on their BMX bikes? That's the kind of magic that only comes with cycling, and admittedly - Hollywood movies. However, that magic encapsulates the brands philosophy: You could #ridetodayOrnot

Blue Line Jersey - A real tour de force from the Ornot design team. Engineered to be 'Race fit' thanks to the textured 100% micro poly breathable material. Not too baggy, and not too tight. The addition of the wide arm bands at the sleeve cuffs eliminate the need for elastic, and mesh sides and yoke help keep you cool. The horizontal stripes and flat collar give it that retro quality which will announce your arrival in the pack, or in the bar afterwards. Designed in San Francisco and hand crafted in southern California.

Golden Vest - Forget the Yellow Jersey, the Golden Vest is Ornot's La Primavera to this season’s collection. Designed in house by the team from San Fransisco, the infamous windy city, that wanted to bring a vest to the market that could battle the elements. The rip stop fabric offers great wind protection along with water resistance while the mesh back and sides provide ventilation. The garment is equipped with 3 rear pockets adding storage space for extra gloves in the winter and the dual direction zipper allows you to fine tune your airflow.

Golden Cap - Complete the look with this stylish Golden Cap Made from 100% organic cotton. Its features include, a bill, quad-reinforced panels sewn together by some of the finest Californian seamstresses, some ink, and a soft elastic band. It's the icing on the cake and why deprive yourself of that finishing touch?


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