The Bike #10 Jockstrap is back just with another name. The Meyer Original Bike #10 jockstrap.
Meyer was the licensed distributor for Bike in Europe and dealt with the Bike Factory directly. When Bike stopped producing their jockstraps, Meyer stepped up to the plate and approached the Bike factory to start re-producing the original Bike jockstraps for them using the exact same sizing and specifications. As mentioned, the only thing different is the name. Size, style, fit, fabric and even the label are identical except where the BIKE logo was there’s now a new MM logo (Meyer Marketing). They even have the same manufacturing number – 7110.
This is the classic sports jock strap that started it all, it is the epitome of masculinity with it’s full 3 inch wide waistband, moisture wicking contoured pouch and sturdy leg straps to keep everything in place.
Bike Europe have to do a one time 6,000 production run of the Bike #10 jockstrap.They’ve named it the Vintage Throwback Edition, and we think you’ll like it.
It’s styled after the original made first in 1874 but comes with a special throwback insert for the clamshell packaging. There’s a woven moisture wicking pouch that’s soft out of the box and with this Throwback Edition, Bike didn’t over-bleach the material.
It doesn’t happen often, but Bike have just released new jockstraps, and they can be found at Jockstrap Central.
Bike International have taken their best selling Bike Performance Jocks and spiced things up by releasing these new colored editions.
They’re now available in scarlet, royal blue, gold and black in both regular and swimmer jockstrap styles.
In case you’re not familiar with the original, Bike redesigned its classic jockstraps to give you even more support and comfort for the gym, the track or the pitch. Improving on just about everything:
The woven pouch is softer and wicks moisture better. The waistband design sports the Bike logo and is made of a softer “plush” like elastic and the leg straps are plushed as well. Don’t think plush means they’re not durable, these will withstand your most vigorous workout.
When they go, they are indeed gone. Bike has announced it will no longer produce the classic #10 Jockstrap. As a nod to the popularity of the range, Jockstrap Central are offering reductions on the classic #10 Jockstrap.