Senscommon has partnered with a reputable European manufacturer Tekosom that has been sampling and testing Cyclist Raincoat in their factory in Gdansk, Poland. Tekosom are specialised performance clothing manufacturers for the last 26 years. They master laser cutting, seam welding, seam taping and all sorts of bonding aside to the more traditional production methods. Since 1995 they are also the Gore-Tex Gold Level Partner. Needless to mention that the superior quality of Cyclist Raincoat is due to the high-tech production skills of Tekosom. Similar products would usually end up on the market for a double or triple price.
How exactly is it manufactured : Cyclist Raincoat is first cut, then we apply all the heat-pressed trims, such as the laser cut ventilation and elastic adjustment eyelets and bonding for the hood's cap. The reflective elbow patch is pressed onto sleeve panels. Then most of the stitching will be done. We use an invisible type of stitched-taping for the cuffs, hem and hood's facing. Finally the assembled raincoat is immersed in baths of water and carefully checked for any possible leak in the seams or fabric. Cyclist Raincoat is then going through a final quality control, labeled and packed ready to be shipped to our office in Amsterdam.