If you’re one of the many like me who believes the true meaning of Christmas is stuffing your face, drinking too much eggnog and falling asleep on the couch in the middle of Home Alone 2 (watch for the cameo from our President Elect), then this is the jersey for you.
This year Aero Tech Designs has brought back it’s classic Christmas Sweater jersey with a fresh and festive design that will make Kevin McCallister proud.
At first glance it looks like a typical Christmas scene, but look closer and you’ll see Santa has traded his reindeer for a two-wheeled tow.
Best of all, like each Aero Tech product, this jersey is hand-made by elves in the USA.
Merry Christmas ya filthy animal.Tweet Print
Our friends over at Aero Tech Designs have a sense of humor when it comes to their holiday jersey designs. After unveiling some special “holiday technology” with their winter jersey, the latest is this… um… distinctive St. Patrick’s Day kit.
By mid-March we’re all ready to shake off the winter cobwebs and get back to full-time biking, so if you want to start the season with a little luck-‘o-the-Irish, this is your ticket. Whether you’re celebrating with green snacks or green-tinted-beer, everyone will know you’re ready to party.
You can pre-order a jersey before February 15 for $70, and $80 after that. They are expected to ship on February 22, so there’s plenty of time before the big day.
We always love sharing stories of American-made cycling products, and one of our favorites is Aero Tech Designs. Based just down the road here in Pittsburgh, it manufacturers cycling apparel of its own designs and offers custom work as well.
On June 15, Cathy Rogers, the founder and CEO, will embark on a fast-paced cross-country tour from Redmond, Washington to Washington, D.C., covering 3,300 miles through 12 states in 48 days. The trip is a product testing and development excursion, a fundraiser for the American Lung Association, and a lifelong dream come true.
Rogers is always seeking the best apparel innovations to improve the ride, and a cross-country tour is a great opportunity to test clothing to its limits. She will be wearing current Aero Tech designs and items from other brands sold on the Aero Tech website, as well as prototypes of new ideas Rogers and her team have been working on. Chief among her concerns are sun protection, long-distance comfort, chafe durability, and high visibility on the road. The tour group will also be sporting custom kits designed and sewn by Aero Tech in its factory near Pittsburgh.Tweet Print