Inspired by the "Golden Age" of cycling, Coureur du Monde cycling apparel expresses a sentiment that yearns for the days when cycling’s luminaries donned laid back uniforms and possessed loose attitudes. Here’s a glimpse of the Belgian company’s range of togs for 2014.
Coureur du Monde makes polo shirts for explorers, urbanites and everyone else intrigued by the pioneering spirit of yesterday’s cycling heroes. Our name comes from the Belgian nickname for cyclist – coureur – blended with a feeling of global joy and free-floating horizondrift.
We got inspired by cycling’s Golden Age – from late fifties through the seventies – and its riders’ explorer style and spirit.
Coureur du Monde was born out of a love for cycling. As Belgians, cycling has always been a part of our DNA. We are bike-mad. Wind and weatherproof fans. We got inspired by cycling’s Golden Age – from late fifties through the seventies – and its riders’ explorer style and spirit. With their laidback uniforms and loose attitudes, they simply beat the coolest guys. Unintentionally, just by being their hard-working selves. This fascination became the breeding ground for Coureur du Monde.
With front and back pockets as Coureur’s unique signature.
Coureur shirts aren’t just any polo shirts. Our garments dance around the boundaries of then and now. On the one hand, Coureur shirts are rooted in cycling’s heroic culture. Bred in bravery and timeless nonchalance. With front and back pockets as Coureur’s unique signature. But while earlier decades serve as the jumping off point for our designs, Coureur du Monde is made for contemporary tastes. We live today. We love today. We want to mix the best of both eras, in our shirts and everything that surrounds them. From old-school to new-school.
Coureur du Monde is geared toward the modern explorer who wants shirts to fit effortlessly into his daily lane.
Coureur shirts are made to liberate your journey. What you put on in the morning should never restrict what you do with your day. Coureur du Monde is geared toward the modern explorer who wants shirts to fit effortlessly into his own lane. Toward anyone who wants to become a Coureur du Monde.
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