The Kitsbow All-Mountain Jersey combines style and comfort with technical fabric, tailored design, and functional details. This Henley inspired Jersey not only does its job on the bike, but looks good after your ride.
"Finding comfortable riding gear that fits well can be difficult sometimes, especially for women. Kitsbow looks to change that with its new women’s jersey. The new Kitsbow women’s All-Mountain jersey combines technical fabric, a female-specific design and functional details in a comfortable jersey that looks good on and off the bike."
I purchased my first All Mountain Jersey more than a year ago and I wear it often. It's perfect for 50-60 degree days on the bike. I also like to use it for hiking, walking, running and at cycling events (I'm an event director). Maybe the name should be All Purpose Jersey. Recently I purchased my second All Mountain Jersey in orange. I love the color and the soft fabric. I laid the new and older jerseys side by side to see how the older jersey is wearing over time and the two are virtually identical. I love this jersey.
I wore this jersey on a ride when it was mid 60s outside. It was the perfect jersey. I loved this fit, style and I love how comfortable it was! It was $$$ but worth it! Definitely a cycling jersey I'll be keeping for the long haul.
I LOVE this jersey. It's my favorite so you can imagine how I felt when I heard the first responder start to cut it from my body while I took a little ride to the ER. Yep, I crashed. I received excellent treatment by the first responders and at the ER. And, as soon as I could, I place an order with Kitsbow to replace my fav jersey.
When I first got this shirt, I didn't anticipate wearing it as much in the Summer as I did. The detail at the sleeves is really great. It's easy to roll up the sleeves to push past your elbows and the wool makes it a nice cooling item to wear even when it's hot (which I didn't expect). I also appreciate the elbow/forearm coverage when needed for chilly early morning or evening descents when the temp drops. I'm 5'2" 120 lbs and wear an xs (which is my normal mountain bike clothes size, in road I'd wear s). It is fitted, which I like, but for someone who prefers something with a bit more room, I'd consider a size up.
I'm usually a Medium, often a Small, but my measurements put me solidly at a Medium in this. The top half is really tight, and the bottom is a little baggy. It's also super short. I'm really not shaped funny, so I'm not sure what they used for a model...
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