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Cadence Clothing collaborates with Ritchey

New Aero and Keta lines now available via VAM Performance
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Cadence Clothing has released a new collection or two for those in the saddle, available to the trade via VAM Performance.

Cadence's on-bike kit is produced by Capo in Italy and designed by Cadence founder and visual artist Dustin Klein. His latest kit and collection is the Aero, available in two variants, light and dark. 

Klein said of the kit: "I designed the Aero kit specificity for summer rides. Functional in bright sun and boasting a subtle yet sophisticated textile that reminiscent of high street fashion."

In addition to the Aero kit, Cadence has launched a bar and stem collaboration with Ritchey, featuring a pattern designed by Klein called the ‘Keta’. The inspiration comes from the traditional Japanese wood block print canvases.

Intended to sit at the top of the Cadence tree, the 'no expense spared' kit features high-gauge Power Lycra with a unique laser-cut single-layer Power Lycra Compression leg band that reduces fatigue and increases circulation. The chamois is made from the 'industry leader', Elastic Interface Technology and HG Lycra. The Keta Jersey features Carbon E Technology to retain structure and control while aiding in UV and anti-microbial protection. The jersey has panels of HydroDrop and Silver for moisture management and elasticity.

VAM told BikeBiz: "We have been incredibly pleased with how well the UK is taking to the brand. We are tentatively growing the presence over here and we have heard on many occasions customers describing Cadence UK as a great alternative to Rapha!"

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