Sitting Still

May 04, 2020

Read More

Embrace the Suck

April 21, 2020

Read More


Think Small

April 19, 2020

Read More

Adventure...On us.

Adventure...On us.

August 01, 2018

We want to see what your 36-hour mountain, gravel, or even road adventure looks like, and we want to foot the bill.

Read More


Community, Cloud Forests, and Coffee: Jeff Kendall-Weed Mountain Biking Costa Rica

Community, Cloud Forests, and Coffee: Jeff Kendall-Weed Mountain Biking Costa Rica

July 30, 2018

Mountain biking is an incredible sport, but what really makes it special are the communities that form when riders and trails support one another. Costa Rica is a glowing example of this.

Read More

36 Hours in Kitsbow: Petaluma to Marin

36 Hours in Kitsbow: Petaluma to Marin

July 18, 2018

At Kitsbow we strive to fit it all in: work, family, and fun.

But when it feels like adventure is something others do, it's time to hit pause. Then eject.

Because adventure is just outside our door, maybe even a short train ride away. The key is to go.

Read More


Kitsbow Basics: Don’t Call it a Hat

June 30, 2014

Ever since former Bicycling magazine editor-in-chief, Bill Strickland, put bicyclists on notice with the hashtag #capsnothats, a movement has been bubbling online (and more importantly, off) to bring the cycling cap back to prominence. And while we have no problem with the trucker, flat-brimmed, or snapback varieties (in fact, they are COMING SOON), Kitsbow supports Mr. Strickland’s predilection to the traditional cycling cap. On and off the bike, it says to the world, “I’m a bike rider.” So show ‘em. Purchase here.  

The post Kitsbow Basics: Don’t Call it a Hat appeared first on Kitsbow.

Read More

Shop Profile: Studio Velo – Mill Valley, CA

May 06, 2014

For the better part of the last year, the full Kitsbow All Mountain collection has been available at Studio Velo in Mill Valley. From day one, Studio Velo was a natural fit with Kitsbow, as they share our obsession with getting the most out of every pedal stroke on every ride. From their carefully curated product selection and highly personalized levels of service, to the exclusive ride vacations presented by the shop, Studio Velo is a true cycling clothing destination, and the epicenter around great riding culture in California. We’re lucky to have them here in our own backyard, and [...]
Read More

The post Shop Profile: Studio Velo – Mill Valley, CA appeared first on Kitsbow.

Read More


The Mind of an Obsessive: Charlie Cronk

March 21, 2014

I have always drawn; sketchbook after sketchbook, year after year. I distinctly remember, and perusals through the early drawing pads confirm an intrigue with sports attire and the function, graphics, and movement of it all. I’ll also say that as a kid I always wore, or desired to wear, pretty classic stuff: five-pocket jeans (Sears Tough Skins in Husky, not the more expensive, but desired Levi’s), crew neck sweatshirts, plaid shirts, flannel, wool (scratchy then, but worth the discomfort), a Barracuda-like little zip jacket, polo’s, Chuck’s and work boots. Sure there was the occasional nod to something else, which I [...]
Read More

The post The Mind of an Obsessive: Charlie Cronk appeared first on Kitsbow.

Read More

Verve Coffee: A Ritual for Obsessives

March 18, 2014

As you may have already heard, we have assembled some of most obsessive names in mountain biking to bring you the most obsessive contest in mountain biking. But the scope of the giveaway isn’t limited to just the trail world that we inhabit; we’ve reached out to other obsessive layers of our DNA, with particular regard to the inclinations of our founder Zander Nosler who is a lifelong coffee aficionado. In addition to finding zen on the trail, we knew that our Obsessives prize package also needed to include the means for finding zen at the bottom of a coffee [...]
Read More

The post Verve Coffee: A Ritual for Obsessives appeared first on Kitsbow.

Read More


The Mind of an Obsessive

February 06, 2014

What does it mean to be obsessive? What drives the insistence on having the very best? We sat down with Zander Nosler — the founder behind Kitsbow, to pick his brain on the origins of obsessiveness; what it takes to create the perfect mountain biking short, and the very mindset of being ‘cursed’ with wanting to get the very most out of everything you touch. What does the word “obsessive” mean to you, and how does it apply to Kitsbow apparel?Though I’m not sure if I’m a product nerd because I’m a product designer, or product designer because I’m a [...]
Read More

The post The Mind of an Obsessive appeared first on Kitsbow.

Read More

Why Merino Wool?

January 29, 2014

Kitsbow is not a “wool brand.” We don’t exist to extol the virtues of a single fabric, because it might be popular or sought-after. We are obsessed with finding the right tool for the job, in the right applications. And for over half our All Mountain Collection, Merino wool makes perfect sense. Riding every trail on the mountain entails periods of high exertion on long climbs, punctuated by chilly descents, sometimes separated by a trailside stop to take on nutrition or wait for a buddy. In pushing your body between hot and cold efforts, and through the pocketed microclimates found [...]
Read More

The post Why Merino Wool? appeared first on Kitsbow.

Read More



X

Sign up for 10% off apparel

Exclusions Apply. Code cannot be used on Personal Protective Equipment Orders.