Morvélo launch new clothing for men, women and kids + new film

Just in time for Christmas, Morvelo reveal three clothing lines and there's a nice new film to watch

by David Arthur @davearthur   November 29, 2012  

Morvélo have been busy, launching three all-new clothing lines just in time for Christmas. The new ranges cater for men, women and kids and as well and is more than just new designs, they've got new materials, new finishes and new details right across the board.

Some of the changes includes new 'set-in' sleeves on their popular vintage jerseys, giving them a classic look. Zipped pockets have been moved into the side seams for a sleeker appearance and all products feature their Reflective Tab System (RTS), found on the back of the jerseys, shorts and arm/knee warmers.

And bib shorts now use a light and flexible Printed Gripper Elastic to give a smooth flat finish doing away with bulky silicone gripper tape.

The range has also expanded to include long sleeve jerseys, both regular and ThermoActive for colder weather, thermal 3/4 length bibs and a PRO level jersey that combines three different fabrics to create their most performance oriented piece yet.

And now there's a women's range, with jerseys and shorts sharing the same design features as the men's range but with dedicated designs. "No lazily trotting out mens designs but in a woman's fit," says Morvelo, adding, "This is a standalone range developed and designed in close association with the talented women racers over on The Kinesis Morvélo Project."

There will also be t-shirts and hooded jumpers to accompany the new riding range.

Now kids can get in on the Morvelo love, with a new range that features four of their most popular designs from previous seasons. All are hand printed on organic t-shirts. To cater for any budding racers, Morvélo have also created their best-selling Unity design in Youth sizes.

Check out for more details and to see the collections in full.

The Morvélo crew love a good video, and 'A Bloc' is their latest:

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It would seem like most other women's clothing brands that they think that all women want to wear is pink or polka dots. I don't wear it normally so what makes you think I want to wear it on the bike. Well done Morvelo but next time can you make us at least one jersey that doesn't look like something I should be wearing with a bow in my hair.

posted by jen2636 [1 posts]
30th November 2012 - 10:16


I don't think they're that 'girly'. My favourite is the green, pink and grey striped one, any chance of a mens version Morvelo? Smile

posted by edmiddleton [6 posts]
30th November 2012 - 11:38


I'm not seeing any pink on the girls ones apart from the logo! LOVE the spots, not so sure about the stripes though.

posted by Lara Dunn [339 posts]
30th November 2012 - 11:46


NIce. This brand is coming into its own now. I've had tshirts from them for a few years. At first I thought they were just jumping on T6;s back but they have defined themselves. Fairplay to them.

posted by Dog72 [108 posts]
30th November 2012 - 12:04


Lovely kit as always.

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posted by jimmythecuckoo [1348 posts]
30th November 2012 - 12:45


Gto, A-bloc and the ladies polka-dot are cool.

In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice...

posted by notfastenough [3724 posts]
30th November 2012 - 14:08


The jerseys look great, but I dont understand the obsession with tiny hidden zips on the front. The zip on my one is completely impossible to adjust whilst you're riding. Form over function I guess. the zip puller bit snapped off in the end so now I've bodged a paperclip on there. Doesnt look as cool, but much easier to grab hold of whilst riding.

posted by rockfield [68 posts]
30th November 2012 - 17:16


why do the girls get all the best colours?

posted by VecchioJo [809 posts]
30th November 2012 - 21:16


it's like decorating....they choose the paint the wall and live with it.
anyhow, real men wear pink!

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posted by keith roberts [207 posts]
30th November 2012 - 22:19