As an extension of their brick and mortar success—being not only two of London’s best and most dynamic cycling cafes, a personal favorite—Look Mum No Hands! (LMNH!) launched an e-commerce site to make products available for those who can’t pop in to grab a coffee and scope out their eclectic array of bike gear. The beloved café and cycle shop has also embarked on a series of collaborative projects, including a continued partnership with heritage quilted apparel brand Lavenham, makers of everything from waistcoats to rugs and personal accessories. Their latest collaborative offering includes the water resistant Horringer jacket. The carefully designed piece not only looks crisp (on and off the bike) but carries several thoughtful design attributes that set it apart from the pack.
Hewn from a blend of 59% wool and 39% polyester, the mobility-focused material allows for the extended range of motion needed to push the pedals through traffic. Additionally, the jacket is adorned with reflective piping, three utility pockets and a rear jersey-like pocket often found in performance cycling apparel. There’s plenty of space to stow away essentials, without the jacket growing bulky. Raglan sleeves offer additional increased movement. And rib cuffs, stud front fastening and a dropped back hem (offering mud-splash protection) round out the stylish features. Altogether, it’s a great looking, well-made option with superior functionality for nights at the pub and the ride home.
You can purchase the LMNH! + Lavenham Horringer Jacket online for £250.
Images courtesy of Look Mum No Hands!