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Review: Hands On With Pactimo’s Stylish And Functional 2015 Spring Branded Apparel

April 21, 2015

Review: Hands On With Pactimo’s Stylish And Functional 2015 Spring Branded Apparel

You can’t go wrong with any of the new pieces.

by Zach Overholt / BikeRumor.com

You may know Pactimo best for their extensive line of custom apparel, but the brand known for being the first custom apparel company to offer a full-dye sublimation offers a pretty sweet branded line as well. Based in Colorado, Pactimo draws inspiration from their surroundings, their teams, and customers to create what they see as the best quality kit you can buy, and actually afford.

After introducing a few new things for the custom lines, Pactimo is releasing an all new Spring line that you can buy right off the rack. Using clean designs and bold, visible color schemes, the Pactimo Spring line should be as fast as it looks…

In addition to making great kit, Pactimo strives to be impact to the community both local and global. It’s one thing to say that, but it’s another to back it up with $150,124 in cash donations to the number of charitable causes they support. Part of the way to help spread their mission statement is through the use of brand ambassadors. According to Retail Brand Manager Josh Cook, over 2,000 riders applied for 2015 of which Pactimo was able to sign up 73 new ambassadors. It may sound cliche, but when talking to the crew from Pactimo the passion is contagious.

Read the rest of the review on BikeRumor.com »

Hands On With Pactimo’s Stylish And Functional 2015 Spring Branded Apparel

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