Aside from the usual Christmas hustle and bustle we’ve been busy releasing a few new products, perfect for the current winter season. First up is our new ‘plus sized’ Men’s and Ladies ColdStop softshell jackets.
Inspired by feedback from our customers, these jackets were developed to address the lack of options available for those seeking a high performance ‘plus sized’ winter or cold weather softshell jacket. Options that are not only few and far between, but are often twice the price or more.
In addition to the ColdStop, we’ve also introduced our new Men’s and Ladies Thermo+ cold weather thermal base layer in the same ‘plus sized’ D2D+ category.
With its super soft, thermal, breathable and highly wicking Super Roubaix fabric, the Thermo+ is the perfect under garment for the ColdStop and a wide range of other cold weather jerseys and jackets.
The last of our new winter garments to go in the shop window are our new Ladies Classic III waist band thermal tights. We received quite a few requests for a ladies bib-less cold weather tight. So, we turned to our Classic III’s and with the help of our customers throughout the testing process, developed a bib-less version of the tight.
Like the bib version, these tights are more than capable of performing over long distances in the saddle and provide a perfect choice for those ladies who want a high-performance pair of tights, but without the restrictions caused by bibs.
Finally, we’ve got some exciting new summer gear in the pipeline for 2019. This includes our new Peloton II Men’s and Ladies bib shorts, Men’s ProFit+ bib shorts and a new multi fabric, technical and high-performance short sleeve summer jersey. But, before all that we’ve got another addition to our D2D+ collection. In the early spring a new super lightweight windproof gilet will be on offer. As usual, its been developed in conjunction with customer feedback and testing. So, if you’re a ‘plus sized’ cyclist and have been struggling to find a lightweight gilet (perfect for when a short sleeve jersey is not quite enough), we may have something to tickle your interest in the early spring.
Have a great 2019 everyone!