Pedal Ed Kanaya Jacket review

The demand for technical cycling garments that bridge the gap between on-bike performance and off-bike social time is ever increasing. Or at least we assume it is, as we're seeing more of it from brands like Vulpine, Velobici and Pedal Ed.

Cycling Weekly Verdict

A good looking jacket, with admirable ride qualities too. It's available in four colours and six sizes, making the Kanaya jacket a great choice of cross-over jacket, although there are many other jackets out there doing the same job, the Kanaya is unique enough to stand out from the crowd.

Reasons to buy
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    Good looking

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    Nice detailing

Reasons to avoid
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    Sleeve length

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Pedal Ed is a Japanese brand started back in 2007 by Hideto Suzuki. Like many trendy cycling brands out there, its story sounds quite familier.

Frustrated by the lack of good-looking technical clothing available to cyclists, Hideto began designing clothes to bridge the gap, and so Pedal Ed was born. Their range stands out from a lot of other brands of this nature though, with a style that's more bohemian than banker.

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