Outside Magazine Review Best Cycling Gear of 2013

by P.K. Hart January 03, 2014

Outside Magazine – Best Cycling Gear of 2013

Kitsbow debuted at the beginning of last year with a small, super premium line of made in Vancouver mountain bike apparel, and the truth is every single piece of their gear I’ve tried is excellent. But I like the Rudy the most because it manages to beautifully bridge the gap between fashion and high-tech. The merino is soft and breathable, the shoulder vents work great, and there are nice details such as a built-in eyeglass wipe in the chest pocket and an inconspicuous rear pocket that’s big enough for wallet and keys. With a contrast button-up collar that can be worn either in or out and a trim but comfy fit, it’s a piece you can put on for your morning ride and then continue in for the rest of the day. Yes, it’s a steep $220. But I’d give up half a dozen of other jerseys in a heartbeat to afford this one.”

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