Cyclists looking for something lighter, cooler, sustainable, custom and less flashy than traditional cycling jerseys may want to check out a Enclave Tucson.
Local bicyclist and artist Kenneth Armstrong’s business officially started earlier this year, but he has been sewing since 2004 and completed Pima Community College’s Fashion Design and Construction program shortly thereafter.
He started with a pop-up store at the downtown farmers’ market. A store which arrives entirely by bicycle he points out.
He sells custom men and women’s shirts made from sustainable fabrics like hemp and says his shirts aren’t only for cyclists, but he makes custom shirts that can out-perform jerseys.
He has since expanded into an appointment only retail space located at 750 N. Stone Avenue at University.
The shirts range in price starting at $20 to $40 depending on the style and fabric.
Contact Armstrong at email@example.com
Check out the Arizona Daily Star’s profile of Armstrong here.