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Castelli: Behold, the Ferrari of cycling apparel. With headquarters in Italy and Portland, Ore., Castelli has outfitted cycling champions since 1876. The company invented the skinsuit, the sublimated jersey, and the first Lycra short used in professional racing. Beautiful, innovative, Castelli is the manifestation of pedal-powered speed. Click through now before it’s all gone!
Bear Grylls by Craghoppers: Craghoppers got its start in 1965 when a group of ambitious mountaineers designed their own clothes to climb Mount Everest. Always innovating, they’ve now teamed up with Man vs. Wild’s Bear Grylls to create the ultimate line of survival-inspired technical apparel. Click through now to see our collection of the great pieces they came up with. Don’t worry. You won’t have to drink any of your own urine or take a bite out of a live fish to shop this sale, though you might feel capable of both once you put the clothes on.
MiiR: In a market saturated by ubiquitous style and mediocre design, MiiR stainless steel hydration bottles stand out as unique. The brand captures the same personalization and high design elements in its apparel, which champions clean water for everyone. Click through now for member-exclusive pricing on a colorful selection of MiiR water bottles and apparel.
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IN OTHER NEWS:
The Scorpion Rides: Did you know? The Castelli scorpion is one of the most recognizable logos in cycling. But where does it come from? According to Castelli North America, theories abound but nobody knows for sure. Maurizio Castelli—son of founder Armando Castelli—invented the scorpion logo when he took the company over in 1974. But Maurizio died in 1995 while cycling a steep section of the Milano-San Remo course and took the secret with him. His legacy is made up of more than mysterious logos. Maurizio invented the first Lycra short. Following his lead, Castelli created a whole laundry list of what have since become cycling mainstays, including the first synthetic seat pad, the first colored shorts, the first printed jerseys, and the first fleece fabrics used in cycling kits.