It’s no secret that when you look good, you feel good and you inevitably ride good! So what’s not to like about that?
We reviewed the Secret Dog Society jerseys earlier in the year and were blown away with the quality and design for such a new brand in the MTB scene.
To get this right straight off the bat is something to be appreciated and only bodes well for this exciting new brand. We wanted to share with you some of their latest designs. The Dark Matter and Money jerseys. Read on and you’ll find out about a jersey GIVEAWAY they will be launching soon!
Lightweight, soft and comfy. “Dri Cool” technology draws moisture away from the body and through the fabric to the outer surface which due to the fabric, results in a very quick drying garment.
A bonus that I’ve noticed is that the material shields the person from cold winds, keeping you warm. But it’s still light enough to keep you cool on a hot summers day.
The jersey’s have a balance between being loose yet fitted. They are longer in the body to stop riding up when you wear a bag. Or just getting on and off the bike.
And even though it’s longer don’t worry about getting tangled in your seat, the slimming fit means it won’t trail away from your body, it will tend to hug you slightly. Ahhhh and we all need a hug every now and again.
The products are made locally in New Zealand which means SDS have full control over the manufacturing process. It also reduces the huge amount of logistics that come with manufacturing overseas.
Being able to pop down to the warehouse to check on quality means SDS can stop production and address any issues immediately, then flip the switch to green and off they go again.
Due to this however, the cost is effected, but only slightly. But knowing that your jerseys have been cared for on a smaller and more personal scale with every effort made to be environmentally friendly during the manufacturing process, speaks volumes to us and we hope it does to you too.
SDS are creating something we haven’t seen before and this excites us! We get what they’re about. They’re simply creating products that embody the fun and energy that MTB brings to our lives.
Their whole concept of Look Good is to look good no matter where you are. Look good here…. look good over there and we have whole heartily jumped on their good looking band wagon.
SDS have followed up their OBEY jersey with two eye catching, face melting designs to wet your appetite.
MONEY – Want Money, Wear Money Ride Like MONEY!
“Money has a blue denim texture with Orange Diamonds. Wearing Money makes you feel amazing, you can do anything. Then after shredding all day long you’ll look unbelievable at the bar, cafe or back at home chilling.” SDS
DARK MATTER – is just badass!
Dark Matter is the other new jersey from SDS. It a nod to the days of 80’s retro/sci-fi pop culture. When we look at this it brings back vivid memories of ZX Spectrums, BMX Bandits, The Goonies, TRON, War Games, Escape from new York, shall I go on? Anyway, this is what SDS have to say about it.
“With it’s Purple Blue and Long sleeves. Made to look like a street fashion item. It’ll melt your face off.” SDS
Ha ha we agree, our face is still melting 🙂
So the part you have all been waiting for… Secret Dog Society will be doing a jersey GIVEAWAY. The competition will be held on our (Tyres and Soles) facebook page.
What You Need To Do
All you need to do right now is head on over to our Facebook page, “Like it” and stay tuned for the GIVEAWAY details and you could be the lucky rider donning a new face meltingly rad jersey. Cowabunga!
Author: Jason Lorch
Born and grew up in Wales but now a fully fledged Aussie. A passionate mountain biker, hiker and general nature addict. I’m also a bit of a muso and enjoy a good craft beer every now and again (probably too often).
I hope what we do here at Tyres and Soles will inspire people to get out there and experience first hand, the natural wonders that surround them.
So, pump up those tyres, don your favourite boots. Grab a mate, a partner, a pet… and head out into nature. But tell us all about it when you get back.
Chief editor at Tyres and Soles.