On Thursday 16th May, the Maillot Jaune range is releasing its 2024 collection, made up of three new kits: Alpe d’Huez, Cime de la Bonette and Combo.
New members have joined the ranks of Maillot Jaune official licenced suppliers: the specialists Prologo (saddles) and Scicon (bags and luggage) have been added to the range of equipment available from Maillot Jaune in 2024.
Products from the Maillot Jaune range are available on the Tour de France’s official web site, on licensee and partner websites, as well as in the Santini Shop at the Grand Départ and in Nice from 11th July.

The Maillot Jaune range
Maillot Jaune offers a whole range of equipment dedicated to cycling and the Tour de France. Whatever the season, rain or shine, every cyclist can achieve his or her sporting goals with the help of the Maillot Jaune range. For occasional sports enthusiasts or for those who want to try and keep up with the champions, Maillot Jaune promotes a commitment to excellence and is a tribute to the history of the Tour de France. The elements of the Maillot Jaune collections combine style and performance.


The new collections
For 2024, the Maillot Jaune range is launching three new kits: Combo, Alpe d’Huez and Cime de la Bonette. Following on from previous collections, the common denominator is that they pay homage to the Giants that have made the Tour de France legendary.


 Alpe d’Huez: this kit has been imagined and designed with reference to the 21 switchbacks that make up the Alpe d’Huez climb, which is engraved in the annals of the Tour de France’s history. Alpe d’Huez products are intended to be Proust’s madeleine for cycling enthusiasts, aficionados of the success of cycling team La Vie Claire, or more recently fans of the victories achieved by Pierre Rolland or Thibaut Pinot.
Cime de la Bonette: the Cime de la Bonette, the standard-bearer for the Tour de France’s highest summits, rises to an altitude of 2802 metres. The design of these products symbolises the conquest of legendary summits and they have been created for conquering cyclists who aspire to get closer to the sky on some of the steepest roads in the history of the Tour. Combo: inspired by the combined jersey formerly awarded to riders who excelled in several categories, it is made up of the current colours of the Tour de France’s distinctive jerseys. The design of the collection reveals a portion of each jersey: the yellow jersey, the green jersey, the white jersey and the polka dot jersey. Combo kit products evoke strong sporting values such as humility and diligence. The markers for each distinctive jersey are a symbol of fighting spirit.


Partners and licensees
Since its launch in Spring 2022, the ambition of the Maillot Jaune brand is to join forces with the leading specialists in cycling equipment to offer a complete range of products to cycling fans. Santini, a pioneer in this collaboration, paved the way and enabled the range to expand with other technical and eye-catching products. Since 2023, Elite has been part of the range with a sober water bottle in Maillot Jaune colours, as has Lazer, which combines safety and style, with a sleek helmet in harmony with the existing collections. This year, Prologo has come on board the Maillot Jaune adventure by adding a bike saddle in the colours of each collection to the kits. Scicon proposes bags and luggage accessories to make the most of every outing. This team spirit is also the DNA of the brand, which co-creates to deliver perfectly adapted products.

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