TopBici, Brancale Seat Roll
Link to TopBici review (in Spanish)
Cycle EXIF, Look of Luxe: Brancale Dynamic II Cycling Shoes
Link to Cycle EXIF review.
Cyclist Magazine (UK): Brancale Dynamic II shoes
Peloton Magazine: LeMond's '86 Tour-Winning Shoes
Bicycling Magazine: First Look: The Brancale Dynamic II
Link to video.
VeloNews: Reviewed: Brancale Winter Cycling Gloves
by Caley Fretz
"Brancale calls the color Cognac, a rich brown that has only improved with a year's use. I like it. It recalls deep chairs, cold nights, a small glass of something good. My other cycling gloves don't do that."
Bicycling Magazine: Brancale Leather Cycling Gloves
by Bill Strickland
"...it's most striking product pays tribute to the brand's legacy in leather: short-finger and long-finger gloves...because leather acquires character as it ages, and absorbs the ravages of water, sweat, grease, and abrasion, devotees will happily pay more for a product that has not only a longer life than fabric versions, but also a more beautiful one."
Gear Patrol: Brancale SportWool Summer Cycling Jersey
"Brancale, a brand that once outfit some of Europe's biggest cyclists, used to be synonymous with victory. And after falling off in the '90s, Brancale is back with a new line of premium road cycling gear. The SportWool Summer Cycling Jersey is constructed from a thin layer of blended polyester and merino wool that is both breathable and naturally odor resistant. The front zipper features a top cover to combat chafing."
BikeRumor.com: Clothing Roundup: New Wardrobe Staples From Brancale
by Anna Schwinn
"[Brancale has] brought to market a long sleeved SportWool jersey at a level to match, continuing its tradition of meticulous design and Italian craftsmanship."
NUVO Magazine: Brancale Apparel, Life Cycle
by Lindsay Cooper
"Founded in Italy during the 1960s, Brancale dominated the international cycling apparel market during the latter half of the 20th century...an all new range of products that still honor[s] Brancale's tradition of artisanal craftsmanship...Adding to its modern arsenal, Brancale also offers cycling jerseys and bib shorts made in northern Italy, as well as merino wool socks and arm warmers made in the United States. With European roots and a desire to keep improving, Brancale is living the American Dream."
CoolHunting.com: Brancale's Leather Cycling Gloves, The Italian heritage brand gets an American relauch with the same insistence on old world quality
by Hans Aschim
"We recently picked up a pair of Brancale's leather cycling gloves and were instantly impressed. Handmade from premium African hair sheep leather, the gloves have an ultra-soft, buttery feel. Moreover, the leather is naturally breathable and surprisingly tough-given its softness...While it's tempting to keep the gloves in pristine shape, they're even better once broken-in and will become a second skin after a couple long rides."
BikeRumor.com: Classic Italian Brand Brancale Reincarnated With Line Of Modern Luxury Cycling Goods
by Anna Schwinn
"For many, the name Brancale musters up romantic images of leather “hair-net” helmet-clad pro-peloton racers of the 70’s and 80’s. Brancale shoes were the favorite of the likes of Grand Tour champions such as Greg LeMond. After several decades of dormancy, the brand has been resurrected and now is offering small-batch luxury leather and merino wool cycling apparel, available consumer-direct through its website."
Bicycle Retailer & Industry News: Heritage Road Brand Brancale Relauches In US
"Historically an Italian road brand, Brancale has been relaunched as a U.S.-based cycling apparel company...The new incarnation of Brancale will focus on high-end clothing made primarily in Europe."