London-based cycling label Albion has just presented its Spring/Summer 2023 collection — and it blends a selection of recycled materials with sustainable fabrics across a line of outerwear styles designed for exploring the great outdoors.
It has been over a year since Albion began working with its new lead designer Raeburn, and now the British imprint is continuing to explore the mountains in its new “Zoa” collection as it proves that adrenaline-pumped excursions are never limited to particular seasons.
As a whole, the collection bridges the gap between cold and warm weather conditions through the use of transitional garments, while its newly-engineered pieces have been designed to accompany the wearer throughout missions both on and off the bicycle saddle.
Through the use of durable and technical materials — such as Pertex Quantum and Primaloft Gold Eco insulation — the collection welcomes an assemblage of unisex cycling equipment, while garments such as lightweight down jackets and waterproof shell jackets offer breathable options.
Collection highlights come in the form of the AP1 Wind Jacket and Zoa Lightweight Insulated jacket and both styles are complemented with a slew of technically-focused pockets and light insulation. Additionally, the garments are also hit with overarching hoods and a series of pull strings that allow for adaptable fits.
You can take a closer look at the new SS23 collection from Albion above and it is available to shop via the brand’s official website now.