English country clothing and horse rug brand Lavenham has collaborated with London cycling café, bar and workshop Look Mum No Hands to create a new range of cycling clothing in its traditional British style.
The navy Horringer jacket (£250) is made from water-resistant wool with raglan sleeves and rib cuffs. The rear has a dropped hem to keep your bum safe from road spray and there are two deep pockets with reflective trim. There’s also a breast pocket on the front.
The Withersfield (£185) is the Horringer’s gilet companion, which features a zip rather than stud closure, one large rear pocket and a breast pocket.
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