This is awesome news. Our one-of-a-kind, world's first NanoSphere finished Hydrophobic Shirt just made SHAPE Magazine's essentials list: BEST SUMMER TECH FOR THE BEACH.
Read the feature here: SHAPE MAGAZINE
Whether you are cycling, surfing, sailing, kiting or stand-up paddling (SUP), this garment likely has a place in your wardrobe. There really is nothing like anywhere else. It not only breathes incredibly well thanks to the ultra-high performance knit, but it also stays dry as possible for as long as possible thanks to NanoSphere. NanoSphere is the best performing water repellent fabric technology we have ever tested. The result of all this: a totally new class of garment.
The key ingredients: Technology from Switzerland, built in Canada after rigorous design and testing at our base in Maui, Hawaii
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To learn more about NanoSphere from Schoeller of Switzerland see below:
Thanks to the crew at SHAPE!
“Investment-grade” .... "truly tailored fit and style beyond comparison."
This is what the gear gurus at the Active Junky determined when they tested our tailored Spartan Board Shorts and awarded them the BADASS GEAR SUMMER 2014 AWARD. See what the Active Junky has to say here
Big thanks to the guys there for testing our gear.
Mahalo and aloha,
Another reminder of just how versatile and hard-working Bluesmiths gear is: our Kanaha Hydrophobic Shirt has just been named one of The Gear Caster’s Nine Mountain Bike Essentials – “the Schoeller NanoSphere hydrophobic coating means this shirt repels dirt, dust, and rain. What could possibly be more useful than that for multi-day desert or early season Pacific Northwest riding?” It is also available for Men.
Pair it with the Spartan shorts like we do when we hit the bike here in Maui and the rain showers are threatening – you can ride for hours and come home dry and happy. We’re stoked to be recognized by such a respected tester as Amy Jurries at The Gear Caster – she really know her stuff and hers is one of Outside Magazine’s top 7 Best Gear Websites.
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Another great day here at Bluesmiths HQ in Maui! The Kula WindPro Hoodie has just won the prestigious Polartec 2014 APEX Award alongside some of the big boys: Arcteryx, Lululemon, and Patagonia to name a few. It’s distinguished company, and exactly where we think our carefully crafted gear deserves to be.
Despite the caliber of the other competitors, we knew we had to enter the jacket for this competition - Bluesmiths LIVES for the APEX Awards' criteria: innovation, functionality, versatility, fit and aesthetics. It's awesome to not only hear about how great this garment is from our customers but also now from the industry.
We’re also incredibly excited to be adding the Malden Statue to our trophy cabinet. Click here to see how these pretty cool things are made!
Read more about the 2014 Polartec APEX Awards here.
Learn about The Kula Hoodie here.
Thank, Polartec, for that key ingredient: Wind Pro® with Hardface. Wind Pro makes the hoodie wind-, water- and abrasion resistant and hugely versatile in both ocean and urban environments!
Congratulations to our incredibly talented designer, Erika Howrey Giarrizzo!
Whether you are stand-up paddling (SUP), surfing, windsurfing, kiting, sailing, cycling or just training on land, our Spartan shorts are built to perform. Crafted from the finest stretch fabrics in the world and finished with no metal parts and no velcro, these shorts are not only going to feel awesome on the body, they are going to last.
And now they are available in high visibility Lava Red.
We think they are the finest surf shorts ever made - but you don`t need to take our word for it. See some of the reviews below:
“nicest we’ve ever worn” - Outside Magazine
“perfect for the boat, and for the pool” - SAILING WORLD Magazine
"freshest performance shorts we’ve ever tested” - Men`s Journal
Winner - Gear of the Year