Tuesday, May 27, 2014

StaySharp Commuter Cuff By Exposed Seam #Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Daddy loves to ride his bike. When he can he rides to work. I'm sure he'll be riding more now that Mica knows how to ride.

One thing that gets in the way of any biker is their pants in the chain of the bike. My own Dad (Grandpa) used to wear a big rubber band on the cuff of his pant leg when he rode his bike.

Now they make something better than a rubber band! There is a new product that is called StaySharp Commuter Cuff.


Boston based company Exposed Seam offers a StaySharp Commuter Cuff for those who commute on bicycles. It is no longer is it necessary to use rubber bands, or roll up their pants when you ride your bike.




Grease can get on clothing, or shoe laces caught in chains if StaySharp isn't used. They are a unique shape that keeps pants clean and helps keep laces away from your gears and chain + riders won’t look like they are digging for clams.




About StaySharp Commuter Cuff:
  • Exposed Seam’s patent pending cuffs are made in the USA
  • The fabric is Cordura® fabric, which is also produced in the USA
  • They are designed for the right leg, but can be worn on both sides
  • Its reflective trim on the back seam helps riders stay safe
  • One size fits most
  • Sold in the USA, Canada, and Australia
  • Sold at ExposedSeam.com, Amazon, Square Marketplace and Etsy
  • They come in a variety of colors



The Creators:

Jonathan and Jenifer Stark began Exposed Seam out of a mutual love of cycling and style.  Jonathan, who has commuted all over Boston by bike for many years engaged Jenifer's MassArt fashion design skills to solve his constant problem of ruined shoelaces and pants.  Sympathetic to her husband's plight, the StaySharp Commuter Cuff was born.

The first production run was made right in the couple's live/work studio at the 300 Summer St. Artist's Building, and they have since grown their business to enlist the help of a local manufacturing facility in Fall River, MA.  Jonathan and Jen are committed to keeping their cuffs made in the USA.

Jonathan's background in video development and marketing coupled with Jenifer's web design and e-commerce skills have also helped make Exposed Seam a home grown venture.  They hope to continue to reach new cyclists each year and spread the word that doing what's good for your body and the planet never means having to sacrifice your style.


Win it: 

One of my US readers is going to win StaySharp Commuter Cuff By Exposed Seam. *A $15 value.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
 Disclaimer: The opinions on the post are my personal take on the product. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review.
 


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8 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a great idea! My husband bikes to work sometimes, but it's fairly far, so he wears bike clothes and uses the showers at work.

Harry Flashman said...

Looks like spats! The twenties are coming back, hurrah!

mail4rosey said...

Well that's a useful good idea!

My Flower said...

alert for me

~ Noelle said...

those would be popular on a college campus where bikes are pretty much main modes of transportation

Theresa Mahoney said...

This would have been perfect for my husband a few years ago. He used to bike every night after work. Now he just uses the machines at the gym. I do think this is a great product for any biker to have though!

tiffany courtright(courtright1985@yahoo.com) said...

I would pick denim

eclairre said...

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