It’s only been about five months since MAAP launched their latest Alt_Road line of clothing designed for all-terrain adventuring.
Calling the collection a modular line designed for riders who like to mix and match their ride gear, the Melbourne-based company first rolled out new gear in November , including a cargo bib short, Polartec Tees, Alt_Road Jerseys, thermals, and gloves, along with a frame pack created in partnership with Apidura.
The MAAP Alt-Road Collection has added New Jersey, caps and packs built for long rides that go off the grid.
This month, the entire Alt_Road lineup is getting new colors, a new half-zip jersey, merino arms warmers, and caps, along with a whole line of Apidura bags to make treks further into the backcountry a breeze, no matter the season. MAAP Kits
Tight, loose, warm, or breathable, the Alt_Road lineup has an option for every ride. As in the initial rollout in November, the crux of the MAAP getup is its sharp-looking cargo bib short priced at an MSRP of $284. The shorts are made with a four-way stretch compression fabric and a 3D molded chamois that will make your hind parts grateful after a long day in the saddle. They include a stash pocket, rear pockets, and a zip pocket to keep can’t-lose gear right where it belongs.
The MAAP Alt-Road Collection is a modular line that can be built up from a bare-bones kit to an all-weather adventure-ride wardrobe.
The big additions this month, though are the half-zip jersey and The Arrivals […]