Formed in 2012, during November 2015 through crowdfunding Vupline raised more than £1,000,000 in 14 days for its new range
Vulpine has unveiled its spring/summer clothing collection. The British company says that its new range reflects its ethos that performance and style off the bike is just as important as on the bike.
Reflecting its allegiance to commuters the brand says the stand-out products are the new hoodie made from merino wool, the high-summer vest and the “boat neck” t-shirt.
The Merino Hoodie (£119) is designed for putting on for those fresh early morning rides to work or on summer evenings when the temperature starts to drop.
Vulpine says that it uses silk for both its women’s Silk Air Vest (£49) and the Silk Air T-Shirt with a “boat neck” cut (£59), claiming it combines luxury material with high end performance.
Vulpine’s best sellers are making a return, but with additional colour options. The commuter brand built its reputation on, amongst others, Merino Alpine Jersey (£99) and the lightweight Summer Shorts (£69) – which use the brand’s proprietary Diamond Gusset for improved comfort, Vulpine says there are no seams to sit on.
Reflecting the brand’s commuter heritage it offers 100% Merino Boxers for men (£49) and Boyshorts for women (£49). They are designed to be worn under normal casual shortds or trousers and have a slim Cytech pad.
For more information on the Vulpine Spring Summer collection go to Vulpine.