abrasion resistan material
more than 14 years experience
all pants CE certified
Sustainable T-shirt in black with large RIDING CULTURE logo in red and yellow on the back and small chest pocket with logo on the front, made of 100% organic cotton, fairly produced in Portugal. Hot piece!
No matter if you are at
On a Ride out
or at a party
Comfortable loose fit chino to enjoy your skate session
Designed and developed in collaboration with Jonny Giger
Feels like a jogging pants
Highly abrasion resistant, single layer 365gr/m2 twill with Stretch(69%Cotton, 30% Polyamide, 1% Elastane)
Light, soft and extra durable fabric with abrasion resistant fibers ensures pleasant wearing comfort and durability
Our single layer protective materials use all the same weaving technology. We are combining abrasion resistant fibers in the core and use a cotton elastane cover to create a casual look material with abrasion properties.
Thanks to our technological development, our abrasion-resistant jeans feel like regular everyday jeans. You no longer have to compromise on comfort and style. In addition, you are optimally protected in case of a crash. Overall, the perfect everyday jeans.
All tops are produced exclusively in Portugal. We attach great importance to good working conditions and fair salaries. We have a quality control in Portugal, which also makes sure that the production is proper and that the workers are treated fairly and well paid.
All tops are made exclusively from organic cotton. The production of organic cotton does completely without chemicals, such as pesticides or fertilizers. So no chemicals get into rivers or waters. Organic cotton is used and therefore feels very pleasant and comfortable to wear.
The time of worn out shirts is over. Thanks to our quality standards and the years of knowledge of our production, we can guarantee you sustainable products in which you will have your pleasure for a long time.
We set high value on a pleasant wearing comfort! You realize it, if you get a compliment for it ;)
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