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'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...
A cycling jersey that does not look like a jersey. It fits and feels great. Coupled with a vest with a puffy front (different brand), it's all I wear at the top in upper 30s, lower 40s weather while mountain biking. A bit pricey, but well made.
This is my go to shirt. Fortunately it’s made of Wool so unlike most sports clothes it won’t smell despite washing. Love love the back pockets. Most Mtb shirts lack this. The collared neck and buttons are super stylish. My only complaint is The sizing. The XL just fits me.
While I race mountain bikes on the weekends, I'm from a roadie background so I was hesitant to try out a looser fitting (aka not skin tight) top for riding.. Glad I did! LOVE this top. It's just tight enough, with some west coast hipster flair. Love the exacting touches- the sunglasses wipe built in, side zipper pocket. well constructed, worth the cost, can predict that this will will be a go-to choice for years to come. At risk of sounding crunchy, I wore this top on sat AND sun last weekend (shhh!) because it doesn't hold odor like synthetic fibers and the black doesn't show dirt. Want a long sleeve option too!
Comfortable and stylish. 3/4 length sleeve is nice. Bought Two.
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