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Chicago Athlete Magazine Tuesday Review - Baseline Marly Tee

Chicago Athlete Magazine Tuesday Review - Baseline Marly Tee

November 22, 2016

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Thunderbolt Sportswear Baseline Modal Marley Henley

Baseline Modal Marley Review by Trulynet

November 14, 2016

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Thunderbolt Sportswear Original Jeans - Mark II with Schoeller® Dryskin and Nanosphere® on bike in front of red brick wall

THE MANUAL - The Essential Guide For Men - Takes a Look at Thunderbolt

November 09, 2016

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THUNDERBOLT JEANS – A 6 MONTH REVIEW from Minimal Notes

THUNDERBOLT JEANS – A 6 MONTH REVIEW from Minimal Notes

September 24, 2016

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Thunderbolt Sportswear Agility Hoodie - Product Review 2016 Dad Sherpa

January 23, 2016

Thanks to Dad Sherpa for putting our hoodie to the test!  Take a look! 

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Blogger, Traveler and Outdoor Athlete Gerald Zhang-Schmidt talks Thunderbolt Agility Hoodie

November 08, 2015

Gerald Zhang-Schmidt has a great blog that is focused on travel and the outdoors with a unique perspective. Take a look beyond the great review of our Agility Hoodie and Mark IIs and spend some time on his blog here

Here is a repost of his latest look at Thunderbolt!

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Thunderbolt Sportswear Original Jeans - Mark II with Schoeller® Dryskin and Nanosphere® and Baseline tee at airport with roller bag

Carryology's Best One Bag Travel Ultralight Gear & Packing List

September 30, 2015

BY , SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
  • A quick airport exit as you breeze past fellow passengers staking out positions around the baggage carousel. A sigh of gratitude from your body that you don’t need to lug a massive suitcase during your travels. A happy flap from your wallet that you saved some moolah on baggage fees. The benefits of one bag travel are undeniably appealing – but the prospect of doing it is likely daunting for the uninitiated. What bag do you use? What do you pack? What do you leave behind? What if unexpected situations crop up that you haven’t planned for?

 

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Thunderbolt Partners with Outdoor Project!

August 29, 2015

We have partnered with Outdoor Project as a sponsor to support their mission to create the most intuitive, comprehensive, and inspiring outdoor adventure resource. They are getting people outside and we got just the pants to take you there!

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Gear Institute Travels the World Like a Boss in Thunderbolts

July 14, 2015

ESSENTIAL CLOTHING FOR TRAVELING THE WORLD LIKE A BOSS

By: Dave Thibodeau - July 14, 2015

These things we know:

  • LIFE IS SHORT
  • THE WORLD IS LARGE
  • CARRYING LUGGAGE SUCKS
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Men's Bike Commute Essentials by Gearcaster

May 18, 2015

Men’s Bike Commute Essentials

by on May 17, 2015

Thunderbolt Sportswear Mark II originals are Gearcaster's choice for Bike Commuting Essentials

Thunderbolt Jeans ($200): Office attire in San Francisco almost always calls for jeans but commuting longer distances in denim is not always ideal. Made from Schoeller-dryskin softshell fabric and treated with NanoSphere, the Original Jeans from Thunderbolt not only look dressy enough for work but are breathable, quick drying, wind and water resistant, and super stretchy for riding your bike. A hidden zipper on the right rear pocket creates a secure place for stuff you can’t afford to lose and sized just right for a passport on those travel days.

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Thunderbolt Sportswear Softshell Jeans, 4 Years Later by Gerald Zhang-Schmidt

February 19, 2015

Great review from Gerald Zhang-Schmidt!!!

Thunderbolt Sportswear Softshell Jeans Review

For me, too, the material was the main point of interestback in 2011 when I got my pair. And while I still love my Veilance Spec Pant, I have gone through two different other models from Veilance while the Thunderbolts are still going strong…

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The Snarky Nomad takes a look at Thunderbolts!

December 23, 2014

These have actually been around for several years, long before other people started realizing how to make non-ridiculous clothing. Seriously, it’s so easy.

They’ve got the added bonus of including a hidden zippered pocket in one of the back pockets, making them extra travel-friendly. Or handstand-friendly. Either way. They’ve also got a non-stretch waistband, meaning they won’t gradually expand throughout the day and fit differently by the end, and you can skip the belt.

They come in black or blue, though each color uses a different fabric; the black uses a version of Schoeller Dryskin(which is the 4-way stretch soft shell fabric pretty much everyone loves), while the blue uses a slightly lighter (and more affordable) fabric.

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