Sunday giveaway!

You want some of my old shit? I’ve got a mess of stuff that I don’t need. Here we have a Cadence hoodie- size large, won at a Fast Friday event in Seattle- 2007. (Quick stop I believe.) What do you have to do?…

Showers Pass knows it’s all about the base (layer)

Disclaimer: I’ve been drinking gin. Sorry. I had to do it. To be honest, I only knew the reference to the song not the song itself- and then it popped into my head when this info got sent my way. So now I expose you…

Chrome WARM vest

Fall is here and I got my first insulating layer in the mail the other day to test out.  The Chrome Warm™ Vest is a new product, with a long sleeve Work Shirt available as well. Meant as a stand alone piece as well…

Limited Affinity Endo Track Kit

Looking for a clean looking kit from one of our favorite NY track teams?  Affinity teamed up with Endo to bring you this beauty. The kits are 100% handmade in Endo’s small workshop in Downtown LA, where they handle all the printing, cutting and sewing…

Cycles J. Bryant Cycling Cap

I’m really digging these Cycles J. Bryant cycling caps custom made by Double Darn. Accord to the Cycles J. Bryant Facebook page caps are limited to only 20. So grab one if you can HERE.

Review: Chrome De Haro Windbreaker

Chrome sent over their De Haro Windbreaker for review at the end of the summer. At first it didn’t get much use as we had a fairly warm late summer and early fall here in Seattle, but as the days got shorter and the…

Review: Cleverhood Raincape

Okay.  Below is a review of a product- and it’s taken way too long to make happen.  Between using it in the fall of last year, moving back to Alaska, my video review process shitting the bed, then it being summer- the time wasn’t…

Chrome merino Cobra

It’s hard to beat merino wool.    It keeps you warm when wet, doesn’t smell as bad as synthetics can, isn’t made from plastic, and it just feels good.  Chrome is offering their merino wool Cobra in three styles: a pullover ($140), a full-zip($150)…

Seattle Makers – Highlighted Vendors of the Pedaler’s Fair

Last month, I had the opportunity to stop by the 2013 Pedaler’s Fair, hosted this year in Seattle’s Underground Events Space  in Belltown. The first of the cyclist-targeted clothing lines I was drawn to was Telaio Clothing. The line of designer and maker Katherine…

Review: Mission Workshop The Torre Merino Wool Hoodie

For the last two months I have been more or less living in the Torre Merino Wool Hooded Zip-Up Sweater from Mission Workshop. It has been put through a lot both on and off the bike in this relatively short time. I’ve been wearing…