Fashion| Element x Timber! Spring/Summer 2015 Capsule Collection


• This biker inspired collection is curated by the minds of Element  and  Chad Eaton aka TIMBER! This is the second time around crafting genius capsules, but this collection presents a combination of lifestyle classics with vintage bike inspiration and a touch of modern functionality. 

‘The collection was created around the idea and under Element’s motto “Keep discovering” – while traveling across countries on a bike. It is a lifestyle collection that includes technical and functional features for biking like reflective labels and trims. Highlights are for instance the “Tourer”, a cone mills selvedge mechanical flex denim, made in USA, with reflective print at the cuff.

Also, the denim jacket “Porteur” provides some special features that combine a lifestyle product with functionality for bicycling. Reflective details make sure to be seen at night while biking and it also features a longer back fit and shoulder gussets which provide more comfort.’

Another key item and one of the more functional products is the shell jacket “ Randonneur”, a 2.5 layer shell jacket, waterproof with great breathability, reflective 3M trims, and compactable into its own custom pouch.

Since Element advocate TIMBER! is also a passionate bicyclist, it was just a matter of time Element came up with a special capsule collection around the bicycle theme. Besides the lifestyle products and appropriate accessories, this line also includes a number of TIMBER! advocate tees made of organic cotton, all featuring his artworks, which are all inspired by bicycling of course.

Enjoy The Short Preview For This Collection Above!

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