The design of Outlier’s “Two Ply” and “Northeast” shirts provides a roomier fit in the shoulders so you won’t experience any bunching when your reach forward for the handlebars. The best part: their signature “pivot sleeve” pattern ensures that the extra room doesn't translate to excessive billowing when you dismount.
The Levi’s Commuter Pant has a waistband designed to hold a U-Lock, a higher rise in the back so you don’t lose your shirttails, and slightly stretchy fabric for ease of movement. The kicker: the interior pant leg cuffs have reflective tape. So nailing the pant cuff is literally a life-saver. Another great option is Betabrand’s Bike to Work Britches, which have gussets in the crotch (so you won’t blow out the fabric), a hidden phone pocket, and a triangular reflective flap that comes out of the back pocket.
Anyone who has tried to jam a wine bottle into a bicycle’s water bottle holder will love this handmade vegetable-tanned leather wine rack that hangs from the bike frame. Just remember: you don't have to bring a bottle of wine with you everywhere you go.