The subdued hues of the Pastel Platoon would struggle to strike fear into even the most inferior of wartime opposition. But its three-colour disruptive, zig-zag pattern will look beautiful on your local bunch ride. This is camo designed with a whisper for that extra element of surprise. Directional yet pretty, and adorned with a roundel made famous by The Who. Proof The Kits Are Alright.
Cycling apparel and war aren't obvious bunk bedfellows, but this is camo gone crazy. The Australians among you will know the Barmy Army as the fanatical-travelling, trumpet-blowing cheer squad that follow the English cricket team to our fair shores every few years. Well, we took their name for motivation, left any further analogies to English cricket at the oval and went about our business of creating army-inspired fatigues finding our in influence from the mods and rockers of 1960s to the Russian Revolution's Red Army.