Latest lines, developed with TfL, promise to provide style and function

Bspoke launches summer range

Fisher Outdoor Leisure’s own cycle commuter clothing range bspoke is set to get a new summer range.

We’ve got a couple of promo pics from the new lines here and here.

The brand, launched in 2008, has once again worked with Transport for London in the creation of the new lines, which promise to keep to the bspoke maxim of everyday wear with technical features.

Bspoke uses Coolmax cotton that sports excellent moisture wicking properties while providing comfort for users. Ventilation is provided through perforated under arms and in the case of the new bspoke Poplar Women’s sleeveless top – perforated side panels.

Style and quality has been a key focus of the new summer range, including in the bspoke Epping Men’s Coolmax cotton jersey. The garment has also drawn influence from vintage riding jerseys and costs £42.99 RRP.

The new range also includes safety features, such as through visibility-improving 3M print. The new range also features shorts, with stretch cotton twill shorts that are Teflon coated, making them stain resistant and water repellent. Men’s and women’s shorts both cost £44.99.

More details on the summer range can be found on the Fisher Outdoor Leisure trade site – – and the bspoke site –

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