Low-cost cycling attire needn’t be cheap and nasty. Manufacturers get the fact that cycling has a universal appeal rather than a sophisticated niche market. Consequently the range of quality clothing is growing all the time.
There are many places to seek out economically priced garments that’ll keep you well-protected. The other good news is that they’ll also look stylish and won’t dent the old bank balance too much!
There are many websites that actually specialise in offering cut-price cycling attire. Encove.co.uk have regular ‘hot offers’, where everything from jerseys to helmets, shorts to reflective jerseys, are available at huge discounts – with up to 50% sliced off the retail price. Sites like these frequently have ‘best seller’ pages where you can get a snapshot of items that are proving to be popular amongst cycling attire bargain hunters.
Deko Torque cycling gloves are an essential part of kit for anyone wishing to expand their cycling experience. And these are certainly not just ‘end of the range’ garments that are being wound down and offered at cut prices. They are manufactured by Deko and are stylishly made, with a choice of styles. The gloves are essentially ‘two gloves in one’. There is a breathable outer glove, in addition, the gloves come with a durable multi-layered padded palm to suit the rider preference. They are perfect for cycling in in all weathers as they are finished in different fabrics and palms. But the best news of all about these examples of cycling attire is the 25% discount and the fact that postage is free within the UK.
The site also offers a price match system, ensuring you get the best possible deals for whatever it is you’re searching for. All you have to do is email details of the product you’re interested in, the price and where you saw it. You can also attach images. Provided what you’ve described can be matched with the corresponding item in the cycle store, you’ll be offered a better price.
You can also come across bargains in your local high street. Keep an eye out for window displays in bike accessory shops, or simply pop in and have a browse around. Given the current economic situation, chances are there’ll be discounted items for you to get your eager hands on. If not, ask a sales assistant if there are any sales in the pipeline.