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Hincapie clothing:(10 posts)

Hincapie clothing:Bob1010
Oct 19, 2003 2:53 PM
Does anyone know a site where this new line of clothing can be purchased....Thanks
re: Hincapie clothing:gray8110
Oct 19, 2003 3:55 PM
As far as I know they only sell direct -
Oh, thank Godmickey-mac
Oct 19, 2003 4:40 PM
It's cycling clothing. I thought you were talking about a line of Hincapie "fashion" clothing along the lines of the Michael Jordan line.
Or worse yet...OwenMeany
Oct 19, 2003 5:28 PM
John Malkovich fancy himself as a fine clothier these days...
Or worse yet...mickey-mac
Oct 19, 2003 8:19 PM
Are we talking about the real Johh Malkovich or the John Malkovich from Being John Malkovich?
Or worse yet...OwenMeany
Oct 20, 2003 4:35 AM
You had me a bit...but JM now lives in france and his current project is his own line of clothes. Business wear, to be exact, with an old world flair.
not true, my shop has an account with them. nm.russw19
Oct 19, 2003 5:24 PM
Is this a joke?filtersweep
Oct 20, 2003 3:47 AM
My guess is that is should really be called "Steve Baker Clothing"

"Steve Baker has spent the last 15 years searching for a way to merge his passion for cycling with his business career. His significant professional experience in the areas of marketing communications and public relations will prove invaluable as we grow and progress in the industry. As a competitive cyclist, he understands what it takes to spend hours in the saddle in all types of conditions. This intimate understanding of the sport combines nicely with his extensive marketing and brand management experience with major consumer brands like Kraft Foods and Michelin to help insure that Hincapie Sportswear is creating the most comfortable, functional and stylish cycling apparel in the industry. "
re: Hincapie clothing:Sadlebred
Oct 20, 2003 5:32 AM
Hincapie clothing is some of the nicest clothing I've ever worn. My mtb team went with their custom program this year, and my road team is going to use them next year. Quality stuff, but you pay for it! All of it is made in Italy, so beware that the cuts are smaller than Americans are used to.
how do you like the rubber band on the bottom of the jersey?litespeedchick
Oct 20, 2003 5:48 AM
I can't decide if that's a good or bad thing. I have hips, so jerseys ride up on me...I wonder if it's actually grippy enough to hold the jersey in place. I did notice that the women's jerseys seemed to be shorter than the men's.

Hicapie had some jerseys at a booth at Michelin Classic last week. They had no prices on them and a "display only" sign. Seemed like unfortunate marketing to me.