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Outdoor apparel brand Rab enters the bike clothing market

Published March 6, 2023

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (BRAIN) — British outdoor brand Rab is launching its first collection of cycling apparel this spring. The collection aimed at off-road rides includes about 30 styles and will be available online and through a handful of retailers, the company said.

Rab is owned by Equip Outdoor Technologies, which also owns the Lowe Alpine outdoor brand. 

The new cycling range, called Cinder, includes shorts, pants, jerseys, jackets and more. 

Tim Fish, Equip's product director, said, "Off-road cycling adventures require immense versatility. Dealing with terrain, pace, and fickle weather. We have over 40 years of knowledge and experience crafting clothing and equipment to manage these conditions. This season we're introducing a new cycling collection, combining that experience with a finely tuned fit to enable adventure and exploration."

The line features the Cinder Phantom Jacket, which won a design award at the ISPO show last year. The ultralight waterproof breathable jacket weighs less than 100 grams and features silicone grip drop hem, ride-refined sleeves, and a frame-attachable stuff sack. The jackets uses Pertex Shield 2.5 layer fabric and" a fusion of durable face fabrics and a breathable, microporous waterproof coating."

The line includes Cinder Bibs, Cargo and Liner Shorts that use an Elastic Interface gravel-specific chamois. 

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