Women’s Cycling Apparel

Over the past many years, the Cycling clothing and sports industry has seen a distinct rise in women rather than the usual.  We’ll get there after we design men’s apparel every brands.

Cycling is credit with playing a role in the emancipation of women and the working class. Who would have thought two wheels could help break through years of oppression for women. Women check out a bike on weekends, overall, they still make up only 24.7 percent of riders.

The statistic is made all the more shocking because women make only 26% of cycling journeys in the UK every three men hopping on a bike. Just one woman does the same. That’s why we Deko decided to support women cyclist And while women are an important demographic to target. Clothing infrastructure needs to be planned with children and old people in mind as well.

Data also shows that women are slightly less likely to cycle in present than they were in 2001. As women I feel as though you are taking your life in your hands if you are a cyclist in United Kingdom.

Women’s-specific models

Women and men obviously have different physiologic, with women. In general often being shorter, having narrower shoulders and carrying less muscle mass than men. All Deko clothing designs are based around research and data collected into the average female body. The majority of the collection is for women, including everything from leg warmers to bibs, jerseys, vests, and jackets, Deko designs men’s cycling apparel, too.

We used smooth materials that are build with women-specific geometry not only manage moisture and extend comfort. But also feel great, every design detail is carefully consider for women’s. Deko all employees even designer, production manager are women hired for given  women the right clothes to make those things possible.

We have to get you cover from head to toe with cycling apparel for women, men and kids,

bike jerseys, shorts, and tights that deliver breathable comfort; cycling outerwear that shields you from wet and windy conditions and gloves that protect you from freeze weather and improve grip and many more.

Specific Cycling apparel Price for women.

Like in other field of life in professionals life women also have not equal value and women earning is also less than men. Our designed women gear price will be low as compared to men apparels and mainly convey flexible prices and design that will also suit to a household female.

Ladies Cycling Jersey

Styled in micro polyester has a resilient exterior and a snug fleecy interior. The fabric is both warm and breathable and ideal for those cold weather rides. Smartly colored in white with black feature panels the top has a simple elegance. The shirt has a full length zip, a high collar and full length arms. Fitted to hug the body the jersey has three rear pockets and longer tail to suit the standard cycling position.

  1. Quick Dry lightweight and breathable 100% Polyester fabric construction
  2. Half-length zip
  3. Flat lock seams construction for a smooth and comfortable fit.
  4. XpandX sleeves with sublimation print design.
  5. 3 open pockets.
  6. Silicone anti-slip gripper on waist.

Ladies Bib short

  • XpandX fabric construction that sheds heat quickly, wicks moisture away and evaporates that moisture extremely quickly.
  • Carbon stretch fabric on side panels to reduce muscle fatigue.
  • The carbon repels atmospheric electronic interference from cell phone towers and    power lines that negatively affect performance on the bike.
  • 3D comfortable anatomical design seat pad.
  • Flat lock seams construction for a smooth and comfortable fit.
  • Stretchable mesh braces.
  • Silicone anti-slip gripper on waist.

Suggestion for investing in Bib shorts or Shorts

I am looking to make a small investment so I can buy a small nice cycling gear for the road bike that fit me later on. Things I need, I need some cycling short or bib shorts it’s winter so I am not sure which. Maybe a jersey eventually for snacks and things should I get the short sleeve with warmers or a long sleeve then buy another for spring/summer.

Bib short or short buyer guide line

In my opinion first should be Bib shorts instead of short. Bib shorts change your experience change you’re riding for the better. Shorts, can be the ride in a tee or hoody but you also like some quality padded bib shorts of Deko sports (Deko Narvi Men’s New Cycling Bike shorts or Elara 6 panel Cycle Shorts) with shorts then pick up leg warmers. Try to make sure the pad shape is both comfortable for you and that its shape fits your body’s individual geometry well.

If you are only going to get one pair that seems like a better choice than getting tights but not being able to make them shorter. Chuck loose shorts over if riding trails but I pretty much wear in some form for every ride.

I would prefer Bib more as they don’t cut in as much on your waist and they don’t have a waist to squeeze you in half, and you don’t get that jersey/shorts gap but that’s subjective to the wearer. Do bib for right now and layer you have until you pick up some more pieces. I’m not a huge fan of Pearl Izumi bibs but lots of people love them. Deko Sports have something that fits you well and that you can easily stay comfortable in for at least two hours and you’re well on your way to having cycling kit that you won’t dread wearing.

My starting cycling kit would be at DEKOSHOP.CO.UK:

  • Wraparound sunglasses
  • One or more short sleeve jerseys (Deko BURQA or DKSJ-3B-wht-blk_R) if you ride back-to-back days
  • Bib shorts (Deko Tethys XpandX Black and White Bib Shorts)
  • Arm warmers/leg warmers (Deko DKARM-WR)
  • Long sleeve base layer (Deko HATI –II)
  • 100% waterproof rain jacket (thin enough to ball up into a jersey pocket. doubles as a wind jacket. I don’t mind being caught in wind wearing my rain jacket, but hate being caught in rain wearing my (non-waterproof) wind jacket!) -thin, medium and thick socks (as per the weather in your area)
  • Shoe covers (if you ride in cold and/or wet weather (Deko DKOS-20)
  • Pair cycling gloves (half finger and full finger (DKSG-1014-004 OR DKWG-905)
  • Brand new helmet (All helmets sold by cycling retailers/bike shops will be ‘approved’.

Avoid department store helmets. Price alone is not a reliable indicator of quality). -chamois cream (only once you start riding longer distances. Chafing can be a ride-ending problem!). Lastly, start planning now to find a job that will allow you in 10 years’ time to own bike gear that collectively costs more than most people spend on a car 😉

Summing up

The more flexible you can make your cycling clothing the better. I have the link to this company and recommended dekosports.uk for their reasonable priced clothing and offers the bundle. You can’t beat them for a price even once you factor in shipping. Just wait about a month for autumn bundles.

I am the fan of layering with knee and arm warmers, Base layers and short sleeve jerseys. A wind vest, jacket, tights and shoe covers can help if you ride in cold temperature. There is a lot of movement and friction in cycling. You are supporting your weight on 4 points, so make sure they are padded and comfortable. Try to minimize the friction. Getting a good fit is paramount to enjoying the rest of what makes cycling so fun.

High visibility clothing for night road

Being visible on the roads is an important safety feature.  And it reduces the validity of a driver’s defense of “I’m sorry, with high visibility clothing

Materials suitable and how to do we work on them?

Products may be described as being fluorescent or reflective (or both).  Fluorescent bib tight materials convert invisible UV light into visible light, therefore, making objects stand out.  Reflective materials (such as Scotch lite and reflective material) use a technology known as retro reflection.  Retro reflection occurs when light rays are return in the direction from which they came (e.g. light from a car’s headlights would reflect back from the Scotch lite Reflective Materials making the strips shine brightly in the dark). Continue reading “High visibility clothing for night road”