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Kitsbow Drifter jeans
Though it looks like a classic pair of five-pocket jeans, the Drifter ($230) has loads of clever, bike-specific details. We love the hidden articulation in the knee for flex, the Lycra and nylon for durability and stretch, and the reflective print on the inside left leg. kitsbow.com
De Marchi Tradition shirt
Chrome Industries Mirko shoes
Smith Lowdown sunglasses
Specialized Flux Elite light
This rechargeable headlamp ($175) seems much brighter than its 400 lumens suggest, thanks to a reflector design that widens its range. The sturdy quick-release bar mount keeps the beam pointed where you want it and makes the light easy to pop off when you lock up the bike. specialized.com
Sahn Classic helmet
Sahn’s lids ($129) are designed in Vancouver and have a ratcheting fit system just like you’d find on performance helmets. The clean lines, muted color options, and simple styling trade the aggressive, teched-out racer aesthetic for equestrian chic. sahn.cc
Brompton Game Bag
Designed by British luggage maker John Chapman, this rubber-lined canvas-and-leather briefcase ($400) reimagines the vintage game bag by incorporating a padded laptop sleeve and two zippered bellows pockets. brompton.com
Nau Riding Jacket
Updated for 2015 with a trim cut, hidden pocket, and soft DWR-treated polyester fabric, Nau’s blazer ($235) is dressy enough for a board meeting and smooth enough for the bar, yet still impervious to rain. nau.com
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