Obsessives Profile: Like the Perfect Pour

by Craig July 08, 2014

Dylan Stucki, Durango, Colorado

Countless hours of passion are released with the pour of a fresh craft beer, a refined and humble work of art that is an expression of a simple pleasure. A great beer embodies a sense of freedom and escape from the mundane.

For the same reason I love a great beer, I reach for Kitsbow when heading to the trails.

An appreciation for the finer things – the handmade and passionate – distinguish the obsessives. Always searching for perfection and guarding the details, Kitsbow’s cycling apparel is composed of the finest selection of fabrics, tailored to fit, and mindfully crafted.

I ride to escape. I ride Kitsbow.

Riding high in Durango, Colorado

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