Competitive Cyclist Reviews the Kitsbow Softshell A/M Shorts
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by P.K. HartMay 29, 2014
“My first reaction to the Kitsbow A/M Shorts was, “wow,” which was immediately followed by a much louder, and more expletive-laden version of, “wow,” upon hearing the cost. There’s no two ways about it — they’re expensive. Over the years here at Competitive, I’ve become increasingly well accustomed to ever-more expensive bikes, clothing, and parts, but something about a pair of baggies breaking the $250 mark was different. That said, after a full year in these shorts, I’m able to say with confidence that, not only would I buy them again (if they wore out, but more on that later), but that I’ve also become the most unlikely evangelist for bank-breaking mountain bike clothing.”
"Classic Pendleton wool is stitched with articulating gussets at your upper shoulders to keep the profile slim but allow freedom of movement. Patches at the shoulders stave off abrasion from pack straps and protect your investment. "