trendy bike shorts in recycled fabric made in australia - Alive!
trendy bike shorts in recycled fabric made in australia - Alive!
trendy bike shorts in recycled fabric made in australia - Alive!
trendy bike shorts in recycled fabric made in australia - Alive!
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Bike Shorts With Pocket in Alive!

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These beautiful bike shorts have been handcrafted in Australia with a limited edition pattern and premium-quality recycled fabric. 

Featuring squat-proof butt coverage, a non-slip or fold waist and a crotch gusset for superior durability and flexibility, they’re designed to give you the comfort and confidence to enjoy every movement.

Created using REPREVE™ 75% recycled single-use plastic fabric, they’re made of a unique fibre blend chosen for its natural performance-enhancing properties.

Features:

✔️ 100% original Monique Baqués design, created exclusively for Art2Go activewear

✔️  20cm (8") inseam length

✔️ Double-layered waist with 8mm elastic designed to stay put

✔️ Sun protection UPF 50+ rating

✔️ Global Recycled Standard and OKEO-TEX 100 certified

✔️ Approximately 10 recycled plastic bottles saved from the ocean per pair

✔️ Zero-waste production

✔️ Comes with a FREE scrap fabric bag and matching scrunchie to take your workout gear to the next level!

DESIGN

ALIVE!

My experience living in SE Asia and travelling throughout the region enriched and influenced my art. In particular, Japanese designs became very important in my career. Their art is amazing! During one of my visits to this wonderful country, I bought a book of Tenugui designs, where I found a dark blue and yellow pattern called “Dance Macabre” (also known as Dance of the Dead). It fuelled my imagination and I created my own interpretation, in full colour of course! I drew smiling, dancing little skeletons, then scattered a few skulls in between and… voilá! It’s meant as a celebration of life, reminding us of its fragility and to make sure we enjoy it to the fullest while we’re still here!

SIZE GUIDE

Cami is wearing Size XS in the pictures shown. Click here to view our sizing chart.