“DECCA has outfitted some of the most courageous riders in the history of the sport and the company’s heritage tenacity, courage and passion.”
The Belgian brand knows elite cycling and they worked together with some of the world’s best teams and riders including 2014 Milan-San Remo winner Alexander Kristoff and 2013 World Tour winner Joaquin Rodriguez, both of the Katusha Pro Cycling Team. But also with fabulous riders from the past just like Jan Raes, Edwig Van Hooydonck, Sean Kelly, Freddie Maertens, Joop Zoetemelk and many others.
Founded as a family knitwear factory in Zottegem, epicenter of the Flemish Ardennes, Belgium in 1930 by August De Clercq, DECCA shifted its focus to cycling in 1970 during the era of Belgian icon Eddy Merckx and the brand has supplied European-based teams ever since.
Nowadays DECCA is collaborating with Team Shifting Gears Kermesse from Belgium. These talented riders are one by one professionals in heart and living the professional way. These riders provide DECCA with the best feedback concerning their products. DECCA is also supplying winner jerseys to various events like Crocodile Trophy in Australia, Tour of the Alps in Austria, Corsa Campagnolo, Decca's Women Challenge, Challenge Geraardsbergen and many others.
“With the growing amount of clothing manufacturers emerging in today’s market, DECCA remains one of the last few cycling apparel brands who is still making clothing locally,” said DECCA Marketing Director Thierry Eeckman. “DECCA is made in Belgium, by Belgians.”
The development and production of highly elastic and durable fabrics, water and dirt repellent coatings and treatments, fully customizable patterns and superior chamois comfort cycling clothing has allowed DECCA to maintain a place in the major league of European cycling clothing manufactures.
DECCA built a legendary reputation by constantly testing the boundaries of what technical fabrics can do.
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