Vulpine was established in 2012 by Nick Hussey – a man with a plan to give cyclists clothing they could wear on the bike and in the pub.
A cyclist himself, and an admirer of classic British tailoring, Nick saw a gap in the market for functional and stylish cycling apparel that would look great on and off the bike.
Vulpine produces a high standard of technical cycling wear for both men and women, with a careful eye to provide the very best in terms of fabric, colours and cut.
Since their launch, Vulpine has made active and conscious decisions to promote their women’s line. And why shouldn’t they? They have an extensive range of female specific clothing that’s equal to their men’s selection.
The range includes a variety of shorts and trousers, jackets, base-layers, jerseys and accessories which are produced in a way that means they can easily be worn off the bike. One of the most famous items in the range is the waterproof Harrington jacket, which we reviewed here.