Chelsea Camarata featured in VTDigger

Kaden Apparel founder, Chelsea Camarata, was recently interviewed by VTDigger about why she started making women’s cycling apparel and how the business has evolved since its beginning. The October 2022 story by VTDigger’s Fred Thys highlights how Camarata didn’t like the “shrink and pink versions of men’s stuff with terrible fits, terrible fabrics.”

Chelsea Camarata, founder of Kaden Apparel

The article also touches on her initial fundraising through Kickstarter, the success of the maternity chamois, and what makes the Kaden products so special through the eyes of one of their retail partners, Hitchhiker Bike Shop.

To read the full VTDigger article, click here.

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