Black History Month

Pactimo x Major Taylor
Iron RIders

UV Protection Cycling Summer Sleeves
Summer Sleeves - Black History
Summer Sleeves - Black History
Summer Sleeves - Black History
Summer Sleeves - Black History

Summer Sleeves - Black History

Regular price$34.00
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“I would love for this design to be largely embraced as a successful contribution to the many celebrations of Black History Month. This is another great example of something that is Black, celebrates Black, and designed by Black." - Andrew Harris
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THIS ITEM IS MADE-TO-ORDER
Made-to-Order items are individually manufactured for you upon ordering. They will be shipped separately from other items you purchase and will be delivered in
18 - 24 DAYS from the date ordered.

OVERVIEW: These Summer Sleeves have been designed to protect from the sun's harsh rays during your warm weather cycling adventures. They are lightweight, breathable and moisture wicking, and offer UPF 50+ protection. When they're no longer needed, they easily pack into a jersey pocket.

    •Soft Silicone inner and outer grippers at arm openings
    •UPF 50+
    •Wicking and antimicrobial finish

    Partner Organizations

    We partnered with artists Andrew Harris and Seitu Barnes to release limited edition Black History kits, celebrating Past, Present and Future.

    Pactimo will donate $5 from the sale of each Summer Sleeve to two organizations, Major Taylor Iron Riders Development Team & the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

    Pactimo x Major Taylor Iron Riders - Cycling clothing celebrating Black History Month

    Black History Month Kits

    "Unification and togetherness was what we hoped to convey and I guess, achieve more of. And
    as always, we're interested in making a statement and designing something that people are proud to wear and feel empowered while wearing it - but also something that's just fire. These kits are fire.”

    - Andrew Harris

    Meet THE DESIGNERS

    Designer
    Andrew Harris

    When I'm not on the bike, I'm an architect, graphic designer, and salsa dancer. At the intersection of all my work is community, and I approach all projects with an eye towards details that tell stories.

    Designer
    Seitu Barnes

    Jamaican born, Brooklyn native for 25 years. Seitu Barnes' passion is in photography highlighting the disenfranchised population in NYC. In his professional life at the NYC Department of Education, he works closely with children and families in low income communities to ensure their educational or developmental needs are met. He is a member of the Brooklyn based Major Taylor Iron Riders. Seitu is also co-designer of a host of popular cycling kits.

    Andrew Harris

    ABOUT THE DESIGN

    “I would love for this design to be largely embraced as a successful contribution to the many celebrations of Black History Month.What's significant this is another great example of something that is Black, celebrates Black, and designed by
    Black."

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