As wintry weather begins to fade into memory and riding season gets into full swing, Kitsbow is rolling out an all-new set of mountain bike shorts that bring style, versatility and security to their line of women’s ride apparel.
Kitsbow’s new Madrone short features a slim-fit design and tailored shape that cuts out some of the excess bagginess of typical trail shorts.
They include breathable stretch fabric and two pockets with a zipper closure the ensure gear doesn’t go flying out into the wild green yonder. Like the Tempest Merino Tight released by Kitsbow last year, which come in two ankle lengths, Madrone shorts come in two inseam options, 11-inch and 6-inch, to dial in the fit.
Kitsbow says Madrone shorts are made for the long haul and can take hits from brush and thorns without shredding while also looking stylish for rides around town, year after year.
Kitsbow, with a leadership team composed of 50% women, says Madrone shorts mark a continued commitment to crafting quality riding apparel for women that fit well, look good and last.
Riders aren’t likely to stumble upon a pair at the bike shop. They are available for purchase through Kitsbow’s one-piece flow process, which cuts down on waste by only making pieces that a customer orders.
Madrone shorts go for MSRP $170 in sizes ranging from 26 to 36, in Black Olive, Gunmetal Grey, and Black. Kitsbow will add more sizes later to accommodate more body types.