[tps_header]In 1975, Jim Blackburn looked at the at the emerging cycling culture and knew he could make a difference. That meant thinking from the user’s perspective, showing respect for materials and their functionality, while bringing unprecedented innovation. Likewise, Lifestyle Cycling brand Cadence are the originators of cycling denim. Dustin Klein, designer, artist and ex-messenger launched the brand in 2003 in San Francisco with a no-nonsense, progressive approach to design and manufacturing gear with a purpose. On the other hand, Urban Armor Gear products are designed by adventure seekers for adventure seekers. Inspired by the rustic coastline, radiant sunsets, majestic mountains, and picturesque desertscapes, their products imbue the very nature of adventure. Here’s a list of gear for every urban commuter that should be on your must have list.[/tps_header]
[tps_title]Diablo Wind Vest[/tps_title]The Diablo Wind Vest from Cadence ($100), features a DWR treated exterior, WR YKK zipper, Mesh back for ventilation, Reflective details at chest and back, and fits into a jersey pocket.