swrve's fall 2016 collection

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    Technical proficiency meets everyday outerwear. That's the thinking behind swrve's new three-layer seam-sealed fall collection. Heathered grays, water-resistant zippers, tailored silhouettes, and all in a handful of styles that can transfer easily from the bike to the trail to the bar.

    As you are putting together holiday gift guides, fall/winter/spring outerwear stories, and styling photo shoots, keep these new pieces from swrve in mind, hitting stores in October. swrve's apparel is as functional as it is fashionable—and, yes, they're bringing the anorak back, my friends.

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    swrve 3L Anorak
    Anoraks are known for being boxy. swrve's co-founder and head designer, Matt Roletta, took inspiration from Japanese and English design to create an anorak that's slim and flattering. But there's more than just looks to this jacket—it's waterproof, breathable, has a drop tail hem for respectability on the bike, and a full-length zipper for easy on/off and more. $300

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    swrve 3L Fitted Vest
    Zip the two-way full-length zipper up or down to customize your level of airflow in swrve's new 3L Fitted Vest, completely seam-sealed and waterproof but breathable for fall days on the bike. Hand warmer pockets, venting, fleece at the neck and media ports in all of the pockets will make this a staple in your closet. $150

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    swrve 3L Full-Zip Jacket
    Much like the vest in bells and whistles (two-way full-length zipper, waterproof, seam-sealed, media ports!), the 3L Full-Zip Jacket comes equipped for full-throttle adventure: detachable hood, Velcro-equipped cuffs, no shoulder seams for mobility, and a small visor for fending off weather and sun. Not to mention it looks as sleek as it is sporty. $300
     

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