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Defect Men’s Cycling Kit Bundle : £139.00 £99.00

Defect Full Cycling Kit

Features

Defect Print Cycling Jersey

Defect Print Cycling Bib Shorts

Defect Men's Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey

  • Short sleeve men’s jersey in race orientated cut
  • Combination of Coolmax and Mondrian fabric
  • Semi covered zip
  • Silicone sleeve banding
  • 3 x rear pockets, reflective zip zip strip to centre pocket
  • Flat seam
  • Silicone rubber bottom hem

 

Defect Men's Cycling Bib Shorts

  • Race cut
  • Flat lock stitched seam
  • Mesh Bib straps
  • Thick Silicone band gripper to leg
  • Super comfortable profi Italian sourced profesional chamois pad
  • Distressed branding to leg
  • Distressed Paria logo to butt

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Flawed design

Matchy matchy – flawed design with defect jersey and shorts combo kit bundles.

Our Defect cycling kit range was inspired combining the blurred lines of riders as they fly by, coupled with the constant motion of a TV test screens of the 80’s. The full Defect kit is slightly (and we mean slightly) paired back, with the kit bundles offering a pair of cycling bib shorts which can be worn with other jerseys (more bang of you buck in this cycling wardrobe…) and the staple Defect cycling jersey.

At PARIA, we strive to work with artists and designers who don’t naturally fit in the world of cycling, but have a talent and ethic which fits the PARIA vibe.

We take our bikes and our riding seriously, but not ourselves aiming push against the elitism within the sport and disrupt the road. We take inspiration from outside the usual environment of cycling kit design, and give them a run out on our cycling jerseys, cycling bib shorts, cycling jackets and cycling accessories. We want you to stand out on the bike for all the right reasons, and should feel as comfortable on your velo as you do off. We want you to be able to finish your ride, no matter how long and feel like you could walk into a cafe and bar, order your post ride coffee or beer, and feel $1 million sat there in your tech cycling clothing.