THE MTB FAIRWEAR COMPANY
We produce fair and sustainable MTB Clothing.
With 100% recycled or organic fabrics.
Our B-Series jerseys gives you maximum comfort with maximum performance for the upcoming summer days.
For the Monserat B-series only recycled fabrics are used, which are obtained either from fabric scraps, or PET bottles. Even the care label is made of recycled fabric.
With the highest quality fabrics and one of the most advanced sewing facilities in Poland, we make sure you can focus 100% on the trail.
The long sleeve D-Series and short sleeve E-Series
Finally.. And we are super proud of our two new women's lines. We put a lot of work into the cut for a better fit. With two new fabrics, the jersey provides ideal ventilation on warm summer days.
For the long sleeve D-Series we have designed a raglan sleeve and two prints in the typical Monserat style.
For the short sleeve E-Series we have our well proven drop down shoulder and two different prints.
As always, the entire jersey is produced in Europe and is made from 100% recycled plastic.
Dive into the World of Monserat
Tolle stylische Produkte. Qualität und Service hat mich überzeugt und dann auch noch nachhaltig und fair produziert. Sicher nicht mein letzter Kauf.
What is special about Monserat MTB Fairwear Clothing
The history of Monserat began a few years ago, around 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany. We were searching sustainable MTB clothing with an urban style. But we couldn’t find anything.
So we quit our jobs and focused on developing specialized MTB Fairwear Clothing. Our vision is to be one of the first companies in the bicycle industry which offers the complete range of products made from 100% recycled or 100% organic fabrics that have been manufactured under fair conditions.
While researching how we could make our clothes, we learned a lot about how conventional clothes are made. Even during the research, it was clear to us that we didn't want to categorize Monserat there and forged plans on how we could produce our clothes under fair conditions on the one hand, but also ecologically correct on the other.