The talking point of the Outlaw is its three-quarter-length sleeves – an unusual feature on cycling tops, and one which either our testers ‘got’ or which made them shuffle backwards out of the room.
The feeling of having the fabric drape over the forearms can be odd for riders used to T-shirts or wrist-length sleeves.
Sleeves aside, this fast-wicking polyester jersey is well made and relatively plain when it comes to features – a boxy fitting top that you’d be pleased to wear on a blistering day.
Sizing is large so choose a size down from your usual if you want to avoid the tent look. Our test model is doing well a month in, bar a small bramble-induced pull.