By Paul Norman
Boardman says it’s completely redesigned its clothing collection for spring/summer 2017. The range is now up to 34 garments and includes both men’s and women’s options.
Boardman has been working on the new collection for ten months. Its jerseys come in two different fits and prices: the Relaxed fit comes in at £30, while the Sport fit will cost £40. There is a range of six sizes too. Both jerseys come with reflective elements and a fourth zipped pocket, while the Sports fit jersey also has laser cut, seamless sleeve ends.
Boardman’s bibshort options include the standard model at £40, or the more technical Elite bibshorts at £80. Women’s non-bib shorts cost £30. There’s an all black version as well as a limited edition with patterned leg grippers.
With variable weather always a danger, Boardman has also introduced four technical cycling jackets. There’s a packable, water resistant windshell jacket for £35, while the waterproof version has a dropped tail and taped seams and retails for £55. With Chris Boardman’s strong interest in rider safety, all jackets have full reflective details.
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Boardman has also refreshed the designs and colours of some of its most popular bike models to reflect the latest design trends both within and outside the bike industry. Its rework has covered ten bikes, including the Boardman Team Carbon and the Road Pro Carbon Disc. It’s also revamped some MTB and hybrid machines.
You can buy Boardman’s products directly from its website and also via Halfords’ site and its retail stores. They are also available through Cycling Republic’s stores and website.
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