Sunday, September 18, 2016

Outside Mag Names DannyShane in Best of 2016

From Outside Magazine: Best Cycling Apparel of 2016 - "Cut from 50 percent bamboo-blend fabric, this dapper soft top has a network of airy channels that spirited away moisture and kept us cool in the Arizona heat."

Check out the full article from Outside Magazine here.

Monday, July 18, 2016

The Big Gex Review from RoadBikeReview

From RoadBikeReview: "Just as DannyShane claims the jersey’s bamboo white ash infused material is exceptionally soft. Think high-end cotton T-shirt and you get the general idea. But the Gex jersey also does a commendable job of wicking moisture off your skin and breathes well on balmy days."

Read the entire review from RoadBikeReview here.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 Reviews the DannyShane Genova II

From Road.CC: "Bold claims but after plenty of wear and tear they can certainly stand up to scrutiny. It feels light as you put it on and the comfort of that material against your skin is unbelievable. It's really, really soft making it an absolute pleasure to wear for long or short days in the saddle."

Read the entire review from here

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Girl, Bike, Love Reviews the McQueen Jersey

From Girl, Bike, Love: "Silky against your skin, super wicking and just the right mix of funky and wearable, DannyShane's bamboo-based apparel is the new addition to my hand-wash pile so that I always have my favorite plain kit on hand when needed."

Read the entire review from Girl, Bike, Love here.

Monday, April 11, 2016

PEZ Cycling News Knows What's Up

PEZ review the Romer Jersey and the Flint Cross Hybrid Cycling Jacket: "This may not be your first piece of cycling kit, but it’s a piece that’s perfect for those days when you just gotta be you. The Flint Cross Hybrid Cycling jacket ($149) feels more like a lightweight long sleeve jersey, that’s roomy enough to pull over a base layer or another jersey."

Read the entire review from PEZ Cycling News here.

Monday, March 28, 2016

TriBomb: "One of the Nicest Pair of Bib Shorts..."

From TriBomb: "So far, we are digging this clothing in a big way. The quality and the fit are up there with some of the best in the cycling clothing category. The added bonus of environmentally conscious construction is icing on the cake." And, this, too: "DannyShane didn't just stop with a nice jersey, they have completed the 'kit' with one of the nicest pair of bib shorts we have ever slipped on (and we have had some of the top brands, if that says anything)."

Read the entire review from TriBomb here.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Peloton Raves About "Threads from DannyShane."

From Peloton Magazine: "There are no mesh accents or aero shoulder panels, just the soft feel of Bamboo White Ash against your skin. The bibs are a much more run of the mill affair using 100percent nylon, although eight panels and a quality Cytech chamois let them do their job – look great when paired with DannyShane’s gorgeous jerseys."

Read the entire review from Peloton here.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Total Women's Cycling Reviews the Kadley

From Total Women's Cycling: "What sets this jersey apart from others is the fabric. Danny Shane use a unique material comprised of 50 per cent bamboo charcoal white ash (or Bamboo White Ash), and 50 per cent polyester. That is correct – there is panda food in this jersey.

The bamboo charcoal is made by literally burning the wood in a very hot oven – and it has excellent absorption properties. When woven into the fabric, these wicking and odour capturing functions can’t be lost through regular washing, as is often the case with traditionally used chemical rinses, and the method ensures that the colour stays bright too.

The fabric is designed to be highly breathable, with thermal regulating benefits – which is something we’re grateful for in autumn. On top of all that, it really is very soft to the touch.

Pulling on the Kadley the soft, light texture of the fabric is apparent and makes if feel like a luxury garment with a natural stretch."

For the complete review, click here.