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Pedaler Clothing Spring 2010 Collection
STYLE
Pedaler Clothing Spring 2010 Collection
A new apparel line marries cycling functionality and sustainable materials with streetwear sensibility
by Doug Black
on 03 March 2010
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Targeting the growing market of bicycle commuters, Pedaler Clothing incorporates technical elements into clothing and accessories that could pass as a standalone streetwear line. Both tops and bottoms have ergonomic cuts made for the cycling movements, use sustainable bamboo wherever possible, and feature subtle reflective flourishes for added safety.

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Hoodies and t-shirts benefit from extended sleeves and torsos, with jersey pockets on the rear. The Anorak Jacket windbreaker uses water-resistant microsuede and a slim silhouette with a hideaway hood. And the American-made fitted shorts are a stretch denim and twill, sewn with a seamless crotch.

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Constructed of English waxed tartan, the Pony Express handmade messenger bag (below) incorporates hearty leather accents and hardware to balance timeless fashion with urban cycling functionality.

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The Pedaler Clothing line has price points between $65 and $165 and sells from select retailers and an online store. See more images from the look book after the jump.

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