A Year in the Aston Martin of Cycling Shorts

by P.K. Hart January 08, 2014

Reviewed: Kitsbow Soft Shell A/M Shorts

After twelve months wearing Kitsbow’s cycling shorts and jacket I feel that the jacket and shorts are some of the best items of cycle specific clothing I have ever worn. It isn’t just nicer than most, it is considerably better than anything that is available. The fabrics are superior, the cut is without comparison, and the attention to detail is phenomenal. It all feels like it was custom tailored, they are just that good.

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