senscommon's cyclist raincoat is primed with high performance senscommon's cyclist raincoat is primed with high performance
sep 14, 2016

senscommon's cyclist raincoat is primed with high performance

 

‘cyclist raincoat’ is an everyday essential, determined to be the minimalist tech-wear item of your wardrobe. using state-of-the-art technology melded with a simple utilitarian design, the unisex cyclist raincoat is effortless in use – on and off any two-wheeler. a balance between fashionable streetwear and tech wear, all in a unisex context, inspires innovation.

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all images by sabrina bongiovanni

 

 

 

boasting a casual style, ‘cyclist raincoat’ is primed with high performance, fundamentally due to the technical fabric senscommon has developed–a matte black melange of nylon and polyester that’s backed with a waxed and airbrushed waterproof yet breathable coating. thoughtful design with attention to only the most essential functions is senscommon’s brand principles. motivated by common clothes of the past, senscommon creates contemporary relevance through restraint, utility and simplicity–where the everyday meets textile technology, and the construction influences the total look.

 

‘cyclist raincoat’ is currently seeking funding on kickstarter.

 

video courtesy of senscommon

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a thin layer of soft technology

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unisex fit and style

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forward moving technology

 

video courtesy of senscommon

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combining function with style

 

 

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