For 2023, we have completely revised our Mason Cycles clothing range. The garments are carefully considered and chosen to compliment each other in terms of colour, weight and function. The quality reflects our bicycle range and we have focused on the sustainability and social responsibility of the garments and companies that supply them. They are designed to look good and perform well and we want you to use them hard and keep them for a long time.
We have made sure all garments are high quality, providing a product that we expect to last for many years and become your go-to clothing. We have tried to use Earth Positive, recycled and naturally derived fabrics where possible and have chosen muted colours for most garments to reduce dye content.
Just like our bicycles, comfort, durability and fit always top the list, but it does help that they look good! This clothing is certainly designed for off the bike excursions too.
Our clothing is not delivered in single-use, individual plastic bags and we do not send out in plastic.
We have chosen AScolour as the supplier of our high quality pocket-T’s, because of their outstanding and transparent Social Responsibility and sourcing. They were also ranked third highest in the Ethical Fashion Report 2022 among 581 other brands that were assessed. You can read the full 2022 Ethical Fashion Guide & Report here.
Where we have used another supplier, we have chosen the products for their longer lasting higher quality and better environmental credentials. Such as viscose, derived from naturally sustainable bamboo cellulose. Our ‘SUSTAIN’ eggplant T uses 70% Bamboo Viscose and 30% Organic Cotton.
For the SUSTAIN range, 20% of the income from every clothing purchase will go to our chosen local environmental and riding charities at the end of every year.
We have chosen T's from the Continental 'Earth Positive' collection, for it's organic, ethical and climate neutral status. You can read more here. Continental are also very transparent regarding their sustainable manufacturing and social responsibility, and you can read more about that here.