Café du Cycliste Adds Colors and Merino for Autumn and Winter

This autumn sees the small brand expand their men’s urban line with new colors and a continued focus on simple yet detailed pieces.

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Founded in a traditional French café nestled in the hills above the Côte d’Azur on France’s Mediterranean coast, Café du Cycliste makes high-quality, technically excellent cycling clothing with a twist of classic French style.

This autumn sees the small brand expand their men’s urban line with new colors and a continued focus on simple yet detailed pieces.

The Geraldine City Jacket is now available in Anthracite and Blue. This beautifully-made waterproof cotton shell features a motorcycle jacket inspired cut made of a fabric that won’t weigh you down. Read our review here.

The Celeste Merino Cardigan is a versatile transition top that can work on its own on brisk mornings and then become an essential layering piece under a jacket as the temperature drops. The wide, button-up collar helps keeps cold winds at bay and the merino wool is known to breathe beautifully. A zipper front and raglan sleeves keep the look casual but smart. Available in Blue and Burgundy. The Berthe Merino Hooded Top is a fashion-forward and technical update to the traditional hoodie. Made of a mid-weight Australian merino wool the cut is semi-fitted.

While the brand has yet to introduce a women’s urban line, this season they have expanded their women’s sport-focused line with a version of their Heidi jacket. This mash-up of traditional cycling wear and urban textures is perhaps one of the most stylish cycling jerseys out there.

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