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Kitsbow drops ‘Lighterweight’ shorts and pants, plus new Merino tank

Kitsbow says its new Haskell Lighterweight shorts and pants for mountain biking are precisely that — lighter weight!

For its new variants, the model took its current males’s Haskell lineup and shaved grams. On the heels of its new Madrone girls’s shorts, it additionally launched a brand new high — the ladies’s Marlette Merino tank.

Males’s Haskell Lighterweight shorts and pants

The up to date males’s Haskell Lighterweight shorts and pants nonetheless include vital options like a zippered cellphone pocket, gusseted inseam, and a tailor-made profile to stop bunching and driving up within the saddle.

A whopping 59 sizes let riders tailor their match and minimize down on compromise. Shorts wearers can select between an 8-inch and 11-inch inseam. And stretchy, woven nylon helps maximize vary of movement.

Tastemaker-y as ever, Kitsbow additionally tailors the pants to be “flattering however not tight” so you may dismount comfortably in entrance of the espresso store and never appear to be a (complete) bike nerd hanging out inside.

Girls’s Marlette merino tank

The Marlette tank makes use of a 75/25 merino and artificial mix to present a easy really feel, constructive stretch restoration, and moisture management. It additionally leverages merino wool’s pure odor resistance. A slim again aids mobility, and a excessive neckline helps restrict solar publicity.

Every new entry will get delicate reflective touches for security, and Kitsbow makes all of its merchandise by hand at its North Carolina facility. The corporate additionally limits its manufacturing runs to maintain from cranking out scads of undesirable clothes. If you’d like, Kitsbow will even make your gear to order and supply a supply estimate primarily based on manufacturing time.

To be taught extra about Kitsbow’s made-in-the-USA pedigree and “lean manufacturing” course of, take a look at this podcast with CEO David Billstrom.


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