Merino Wool sits next to skin for a comfortable feel, temperature regulation, and wick
Just the right amount of stretch for comfort and the ability to move with the body on the bike
- 2 cycling pockets set on the back of the jersey
- Side secure zipper stow-away pocket
- Microfiber cloth for sunglass cleaning attached inside the bottom hem of the garment
- Gripper waistband at sides and back hem
- Tech-snap front closure
- 3/4 length sleeve with loop tab closure (unbutton to roll-up sleeves)
- Easily accessible microfiber cloth for sunglass cleaning
- Conveniently placed side secure zipper stow-away pocket for electronics and personal items
- Made in North America (Canada)
SIZECHART - ALL MOUNTAIN JERSEY
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Really cute jersey that you don't feel understressed with while shopping at Costco after a ride. Breathes well and is comfy.
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.
This jersey looks nice, though the fit around the waist is loose compared to the top. Like all the Kitsbow tops, the wool does a lovely job at keeping you smelling fresh!
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.