Kaden Apparel

VT Based Co. Launches Clothing Line for Women 

Kaden Apparel was founded in Burlington, Vermont, in 2013 by Chelsea Camarata. The idea for Kaden was born out of her frustration with the selection, or lack thereof, of women’s mountain bike clothing. The necessity for high-quality, ladies specific bike clothing, that is both functional and fashionable, was apparent. Chelsea began prototyping and creating her hand-made garments with some old sewing machines, in her dining room. Eventually getting her designs to the level of quality she was looking for, she began working with an American manufacturing facility to produce the line. Kaden’s moisture wicking fabrics are specially designed to keep women riders dry for even the longest rides. Designed by riders, Kaden Apparel is dedicated to making the best clothing for women cyclists.


What started as just an idea, followed by sketches and dozens of hand-sewn prototypes has turned into a brand and we are extremely excited to finally share our products with the world through our Kickstarter campaign, which ends September 6th at 7:00 PM.




By choosing to back our Kickstarter campaign, you’ll help us bring our line of women’s specific mountain bike apparel to life. With your support, you’ll help us produce an initial production run of 2 different styles of women’s mountain bike shirts.



We are currently focused on 2 styles of jerseys at the moment, but are planning on introducing additional styles (long sleeves, tank tops, etc.) as well as shorts in the coming months. For more information about the 2 styles included in the campaign, please visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kadenapparel/mountain-bike-clothing-for-women-from-kaden-appare or www.kadenapparel.com.

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