The socks have a reflective patch on the back, which, once you've tucked your trousers into them adds to making you as visible as possible on the road. The gloves have a reflective arrow, so you can signal before you turn with added visibility.
An idea by Kelvin Dodds made by Suck UK
Reflective Biker Gear
Office worker by day and high-speed, high-risk, low-vis cyclist by night? Seamlessly shift from work to the commute with our reflective cycling gloves. They are not a replacement for other safety clothing, but a compliment to the lights and high-vis vests every cyclist should wear. They have a reflective patch on each side, so you can be spotted before you turn with added visibility.
Design by Kelvin Dodds
Product conformity is of paramount importance. Safety and responsibility for environment begins at the design stage of each product, the specification of materials and components, right through to the production method. We strive to supply you with a safe product and one that conforms to all regulations.
This is not a Toy This product has not been classified as a toy, and therefore is not intended for children.
Machine Washable This product is machine washable. Please refer to the specific care instructions that accompany the product.
Recyclable Packaging Made from materials that can easily be recycled if disposed of correctly.
Kelv was born and raised in Teesside in the North East of England, after failing his Product Design GSCE he decided it was definitely the career for him - and went on to convince the University of Teesside to give him a degree in the subject, before Dick Wittingtoning his way to London in 2008. His first Design role was at Suck UK as an intern for two years, and then as a Junior Designer for a further two years before abruptly quitting in 2012 to start his own product design venture. Four successful Kickstarter projects followed, but the business closed in 2015 as Kelv decided it was time to stop working from his bedroom and plop back into the employment pool. He currently lives with his wife in East London and is the Creative Manager at NPW Gifts.