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The new All City line of shoes from Chrome is a progression into a slightly more upscale street style. The Riverton and Southside (pictured) models both feature full-grain leather uppers and retail for $105 to $120.

Gary Rothera knows his way around a sewing machine. The seams are tight and the construction is flawless. Rothera Cycling caps are sewn in south Philadelphia and retail for $30 to $43.

Darn Tough feels that their backyard proving grounds in Vermont help them make some of the finest socks in the outdoor market. Their socks retail for roughly $17.

Cooper Bikes was founded by the son of the namesake of the Mini Cooper cars many are familiar with. Their latest bike is the $1700 Oporto, a lugged step through frame built with Reynolds steel tubing and a Sturmey-Archer 5-speed internal drivetrain.

Lancaster City Bike Polo bolt on disc brake rotor guards are machined from a sheet of 6061-T6 aluminum and are meant to cover a 160 mm rotor. The guards run $45 each.

Kuat Racks makes this $34 Bottle Lock, an interesting way to carry a cable lock for people in low-crime areas, or just looking for an always there secondary cable lock. The bottle housing fits in standard cages and hides a 5 ft long, 8 mm braided steel cable along with a small hidden compartment for keys or a bit of cash.

The Milwaukee Bicycle Co. Bruiser has been appropriated as a polo bike ever since it was first introduced. Now there is the Polo Bruiser, a $700 frameset made in the USA, with modified polo geometry coming in nearly two pounds lighter than the original.

The SRAM cable and housing cutter features a simple adjustment to allow its jaws to either open just wide enough for cutting cables, or wider to cut housing. There’s a cable-end crimper built into the handles, and an integrated awl in the handle to finish prepping freshly cut housing. It retails for $42.

OnGuard created the Minpin for people not looking for another tool in their life. The lock relies on gravity to lock and unlock. With the bike upright, the skewers close and lock, turn it upside down and the skewer opens freely like any other.



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