Tag: Clothing Reviews

Latest News

Spotlight: Giro Supernatural road gloves

This fresh partnership with Elastic Interface incorporates a one-piece molded palm.

Winter boots vs Overshoes: What should you buy for winter riding?

It's that time of year again when the weather turns grim; the roads get covered in grime, the heavens open up, and the chilly winds make ...

Attaquer All Day men’s kit review: Soft and stylish everyday comfort

My “best premium bib shorts” feature ruffled a few Lycra feathers, and the weeks afterward saw a small flurry of excluded brands letting ...

The $200 cycling clothing challenge

Let's face it: cycling kit can be stupidly expensive. Like really, really bloody expensive. The top-end kit is nice (most of the time), b...

Best women’s cycling bibs round-up: four drop-tail bibs reviewed

A good pair of bib shorts is worth every penny spent, but do you need to drop $300 to find a comfortable pair of bibs? It's taken me many...

Best women’s cycling bibs round-up: Four standard bibs reviewed

After reviewing four drop-tail women's bib shorts recently, I decided I need to put four standard women's bib shorts to the test. Having ...

Best men’s cycling bib shorts reviewed: Finding the perfect black pair

There are few things in cycling that can ruin a ride quite like an ill-fitting or worn-out pair of bib shorts. Good bibs go by unnoticed,...

CT Recommends: Cycling rain jackets that work

Whether you’re a fair-weather rider or the no-day-off type, a rain jacket is sure to come in handy at some point. Personally, I’m very mu...

DHB Aeron, Aeron Speed and Aeron LAB bibs reviewed: Battle of the pricepoints

“Hey! They shop at Wiggle!” That’s exactly what I used to think when I saw dhb clothing being worn. It was an elitist statement to how ch...

Gore-Tex ShakeDry shootout: Who makes the best waterproof cycling jacket?

Innovation in cycling clothing is a rare thing, but Gore-Tex managed just that when it introduced its ShakeDry fabric technology on the G...

Our favourite 2017 women's kits

The greatest testament any editor of a cycling publication can give to a piece of gear is what he or she uses themselves. Here are the ki...

January 2017 Women's Product Picks: Voler, Queen of the Mountain, The Offset Hook, Club Ride Apparel and Bontrager

In this edition of Women's Product Picks, we take a look at kit by Voler and Queen of the Mountain, Club Ride Apparel's versatile top, Fo...

January 2017 Product Picks: Pearl Izumi, Versus, Epic Ride Weather, Skingrowsback, and more

In this month's edition of Product Picks, Australian tech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a look at some gloves from Pearl Izumi, socks from V...

November 2016 Product Picks: Pedalit, Fyxo, Schwalbe, Arundel, OORR, Kogel

In this month's edition of Product Picks, Australian tech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a look at bike cleaning products from Pedalit, Fyxo’...

From coffee dregs to cycling threads: OORR's eco-friendly, coffee-infused apparel reviewed

With so many new microbrands popping up left and right in the cycling industry, it can be hard to keep track of what’s all on the market ...

MAAP Base clothing review

It's been a couple months now since MAAP launched its 2016 winter catalogue with the Base collection. CyclingTips' Australian tech editor...

Custom kit review: Marcello Bergamo

Marcello Bergamo is both a man and an apparel brand. The man came first, of course, born in 1946 in Ponte di Piave, to the north of Venic...

Sun's out, guns out: women's spring kits reviewed

It's finally sunny and temperatures are warming up. This means it's that fun time of year when we celebrate #NewKitDay and show off our n...

June 2016 Product Picks: Bopworx, Campagnolo, KindHuman, Prologo, RedWhite, Shimano

In this edition of Product Picks, Australian tech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a look at some new bibs from RedWhite, bar tape from Prologo...

Arenberg Tech Jersey, Bib Short and Wind Vest review

The word Arenberg has strong connotations for road cyclists. The association with professional racing is powerful and immediate, and a go...

Pearl Izumi Elite Escape LTD jersey and In-R-Cool bibshorts review

Pearl Izumi began in 1955 with a man in Japan — Kinji Shimizu — delivering clothing to his local customers on his bike. He was fascinated...