Kitsbow introduces new winter wear

Base layers, arm and knee warmers now available

High-end mountain bike apparel maker Kitsbow is adding a line of base layers as well as arm and knee warmers to its collection.

The new V-Neck and Henley base layers are made from a blend of naturally anti-microbial Merino wool and nylon yarn to wick moisture from the rider’s skin. Both the V-Neck and Henley are available in sizes XS through XL. Pricing for both base layers is $85.

The forward-shifted shoulder seams on the Henley (left) and the rearward-shifted shoulder seams on the V-neck (right) eliminate potential shoulder chafe points beneath hydration packs

Like the baselayers, Kitsbow’s arm and knee warmers are constructed from a blend nylon and Merino wool, with the addition of spandex to maintain their shape. Kitsbow adds a layer of Schoeller softshell material to the elbows and knees for increased durability. Pricing for the arm and knee warmers is $80.

Kitsbow's arm and knee warmers are constructed from a blend of merino wool, nylon and spandex. they softshell pannels on the knees and elbows for improved durability. both the arm and knee warmers retail for $80: kitsbow's arm and knee warmers are constructed from a blend of merino wool, nylon and spandex. they softshell pannels on the knees and elbows for improved durability. both the arm and knee warmers retail for $80
Kitsbow's arm and knee warmers are constructed from a blend of merino wool, nylon and spandex. they softshell pannels on the knees and elbows for improved durability. both the arm and knee warmers retail for $80: kitsbow's arm and knee warmers are constructed from a blend of merino wool, nylon and spandex. they softshell pannels on the knees and elbows for improved durability. both the arm and knee warmers retail for $80

Kitsbow's arm and knee warmers feature softshell material on the joints for increased durability

For more information visit kitsbow.com.

Josh has been riding and racing mountain bikes since 1998. Being stubborn, endurance racing was a natural fit. Josh bankrolled his two-wheeled addiction by wrenching at various bike shops across the US for 10 years and even tried his hand at frame building. These days Josh spends most of his time riding the trails around his home in Fort Collins, Colorado.
  • Discipline: Mountain, cyclocross, road
  • Preferred Terrain: Anywhere with rock- and root-infested technical singletrack. He also enjoys unnecessarily long gravel races.
  • Current Bikes: Trek Remedy 29 9.9, Yeti ASRc, Specialized CruX, Spot singlespeed, Trek District 9
  • Dream Bike: Evil The Following, a custom Moots 27.5+ for bikepacking adventures
  • Beer of Choice: PBR
  • Location: Fort Collins, CO, USA

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