The new Vulpine spring summer apparel range is launched

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.

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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.

Vulpine Merino Hoodie

The Merino Hoodie has an understated colour scheme

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.

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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 Boat Neck

The women’s Boat Neck shirt is made from silk

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.

Vulpine t shirt

The Men’s Short Sleeve Merino Polo Shirt (£85) is availble in atomic red or dark blue

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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.