Velo Magazine Features Kitsbow in 2016 “Gifts for Cyclists”

by P.K. Hart January 10, 2017

“The Ride Tee is a nod to mountain biking’s aesthetic and works well as ride apparel. The Icon shirt is made specifically for riding. The Pendleton wool button-down is hand-sewn in San Francisco. The Stinson Stripe Coolmax socks offer comfort on the trail and style off the bike.”

View the clip here.

More on the Icon Shirt here.

More on the Merino Ride Tee Duotone here.

More on the Stinson Stripe Sock here.




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