Kitsbow MTB Shorts Reviewed in Dirt Rag Magazine

by P.K. Hart October 29, 2014

“Kitsbow makes no bones about it, these shorts, and the rest of its clothing collection are for (well-heeled) obsessives. From material selection, to pocket location, to the tailoring, these shorts have a distinct style and profile that I find appealing, although I don’t think of myself as obsessive (or well-heeled).

But this review isn’t about my wallet. Kitsbow has created a premium product here, which is deserving of a steep price tag. And let’s not forget first world wages are being paid to Canadian workers to make these shorts. I can say these MTB shorts live up the the high-end price. Only you can decide if they fit into your budget.”

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