Rapha are known for their classic clothing lines with subtle colour schemes. The Rapha Hardshell Jacket breaks from this with a new fabric and cut like no other winter jacket I've used, and offers it up in an almost commuter grade 'Chartreuse' yellow. The price is still very Rapha, which will keep some away from what is the best jacket our there for the weather on our fair island (in my opinion).
The Rapha Winter Base Layer is a toasty merino offering with a unique design that'll help to keep you cosy.
When it comes to base layers, merino's king. The fine fibres make for a garment that's light, wicking and warm even when wet, without the itchiness associated with other, coarser wool variants. This winter base layer from Rapha takes all of those positives and combines them with a close, form hugging fit to create a base layer perfect for the very coldest of days.
This is really get all a little bit out of control
You can buy three or four sets of Rapha bib shorts for what they are asking.
I am really hoping its a typo or a joke but sadly i dont think it is either.
As subject states - any guidance you can give on price would be welcome
Im thinking of selling these collections as becoming a fire risk!
would prefer to sell as sets of complete titles rather than split to individual copies
all pretty much mint although some of the photo annuals' dust covers are a little dog eared
Rouleur complete- £500
The Ride journal complete - £150
rouleur annual issue 1( signed 1st ed) £50
rouleur photo annuals 2-6 £25 each
all prices +postage
Rapha's Classic Winter Tights are luxuriously comfortable with a supreme softness next to the skin, provide good freedom of movement around the knees and provide just enough insulation for the winter.