Cycling fans will now be able to pedal away wearing exclusive Voxwomen socks as designed by I R I S, the new cycling clothing brand which is owned by ex-professional cyclist, Iris Slappendel.
And that’s not all as Voxwomen and I R I S also launched a matching cycling cap earlier in the month to help to continue to raise awareness of professional women’s cycling.
The new mint green, grey, red and white socks have been manufactured in Italy and have been created with a high quality yarn blend with a breathable open-mesh foot bed. The socks also have a cuff of 15cm in length making them a stylish option for any cycling fan.
The limited edition socks cost 16 Euro and are available to purchase here: https://www.i-ris.cc/product/vox-women-sock/
A cap and sock bundle offer is also available, with the two items costing just 30 Euros, online here: https://www.i-ris.cc/product/vox-bundle/
Slappendel is a highly respected Dutch ex-professional who has a number of high profile wins to her name including the Dutch National Championship Road title in 2014 along with five UCI ranked races during her career; stages of the Thüringen Rundfahrt and Route de France to name but a few.
She said: “I decided to work with Voxwomen to help them to generate more interest about their brand and women’s cycling. You will recognise the logo and Voxwomen colors in the products that I design as part of this collaboration, but I also added a bright mint green, which has a beautiful contrast with the grey. The I R I S brand style has a graphic and colourful base – which is certainly highlighted in all of the Voxwomen designs.”
Voxwomen has been prevalent in providing women’s cycling content on an international stage. Anthony McCrossan, owner and women’s cycling commentator, added: “Working with Iris is a honour, she’s got so much knowledge about women’s cycling – but also has experience in what makes great cycling clothing after racing for so many years. I’m sure that cycling fans will enjoy getting out on their bikes and feeling comfortable and stylish in the new Voxwomen I R I S clothing collaboration.