OutsideOnline.com: Clothes You Can Feel Good About Wearing

by P.K. Hart May 29, 2015

Clothes You Can Feel Good About Wearing: These 15 progressive companies are making sustainable clothing that looks as great as it wears

“While it bills itself as ‘mountain bike wear,’ you wouldn’t assume that Pelatuma-based Kitsbow was anything but a classically inspired designer brand. It sources its wool from Australia and New Zealand and sews it in Europe and America. Craftsmanship is where they put their attention, and their array of baselayers, bike shorts, and even ridable jeans show it.

We like: the Icon Shirt, uber-warm Pendleton Wool shirt with a little stretch in the shoulders for a freer ride, and bold, abrasion-resistant Schoeller arm patches, in case you should spill.”

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