Cafe du Cycliste (CDC) has teamed up with Icelandic apparel company 66 North to create a capsule collection for winter and foul weather cycling. The four-piece capsule delivers the technical features riders have come to expect from winter active wear specialists 66 North with the style and premium quality Cafe du Cycliste is known for. The two brands share a dedication to technical excellence and their brands’ identities are tied to their respective homes.
In a chance meeting between the two companies in Iceland, evaluating the problems of biking through a North Sea winter sparked a partnership that led to four unique designs. 66’s know-how in weathering the cold has combined with CDC’s expertise in cycling kit to create four products to equip riders for some of the worst weather a cyclist can face.
The collection, which features men’s and women’s pieces includes: Skyli (MSRP $400USD)
The Skyli Shell Anorak features an articulated, stowable hood designed to fit over a helmet The Skyli shell anorak is meant to be light enough to pack and versatile to protect riders from a wide range of weather – perfect for bikepacking The Skyli is a pullover anorak made from Gore-Tex Infinium, loaded with features specifically for cycling. A lightweight, windproof, water-resistant shell designed for packability and resilience, ideal for bikepackers and people who don’t check the forecast. The pullover design features good sized zips on the sides of the body to make donning and doffing easy, as well as ventilation when the conditions afford […]