Café du Cycliste’s splash down
The premium cycling apparel brand Café du Cycliste extends its outdoor Arrière-Pays collection with the launch of its first swimwear pieces for both men and women. Born on the French Riviera, Café du Cycliste has its concept-store in Nice’s old port, 10 yards from the Mediterranean while the Niçois backcountry offers up hidden crystal clear rivers all rushing to meet the sea.
Amandine for men and Laura for women is now available, in-store and at www.cafeducycliste.com
With signature styling and Côte d’Azur design cues, the new swimwear is a natural addition for a brand which has its roots so firmly established in the outdoor world.
Amandine, for men, are slim fit trunks featuring a zip and snap fastening, a rear pocket and contrasting yellow drawcords.
Laura, for women, is the bikini featuring a high waist, removable padding and an oversized band for extra support.
Both pieces are constructed from fast drying, full stretch, environmentally fabrics with SPF 50 protection.
Purchase on www.cafeducycliste.com and in Nice, London, and Mallorca stores.
Price €95 | £89 | $119
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