Louis Garneau is showing-off an updated version of its gravel-specific collection of apparel called Groad, along with five new models of bags that feature sealed seams and 100% waterproofing that are aimed at gravel grinders and bikepackers alike.
“The latest collection includes a specific seasonal apparel range including men’s and women’s breathable and protective jerseys and bibs as well as weatherproof gravel-specific bags. Wherever the gravel adventures take you, Louis Garneau’s high-performance, gravel-specific clothing blends innovative design with cutting-edge materials to keep you riding in style and comfort. The versatility collection gives riders the ultimate flexibility as the cooler days set in the Northern Hemisphere,” says the Canadian brand.The Groad Collection was first launched in 2019 in collaboration with Vermont gravel event Rasputitsa.
“Gravel is not a new thing at Garneau. For the past seven years, we have been a pioneer addicted to the freedom and adventure that gravel offers. From the launch of our first gravel bike in Canada in 2016 (Garibaldi) to our collaboration with Rasputitsa to this new summer collection, we’ve worked with passionate gravel enthusiasts and are a mainstay on the gravel scene in North America and now look to share that in the international market. The versatility and functionality of our styles make our collection perfect for gravel and also adapt to your needs on the road so you don’t need two different wardrobes,” said Louis Garneau, the brand’s founder and president.
The collection includes the Clutch Jersey, which features five pockets, three traditional pockets at the back and two extra swiveling ones on the sides, plus a silicon gripper to hold any extra luggage in place on a bumpy ride. $109.99, as well as the Grity T-Shirt and the Corridge bibshort that features two side pockets and one back pocket, along with Garneau’s innovative 5.1 Pulse chamois that’s designed to reduce feedback from rough terrain.
Additionally, the Groad Collection is available in custom designs, including fall and winter apparel.
You can see both collections by visiting Louis Garneau’s website here.
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