Kitsbow Introduces Alpine-Grade Technical Apparel for Fall 2017

Sep 13, 2017
by VerdeBrandCommunications  
Kitsbow 2017 Fall Collection

Kitsbow introduces new and updated technical layer options with continued quality partnerships with Polartec, Schoeller and Pendleton.

“Few brands hold time-tested, innovative and uncompromising quality like our material partners,” said Zander Nosler, founder of Kitsbow. “Partnering with these giants compliments Kitsbow’s quality and precision while allowing us to push our design boundaries further and execute the strongest layering collection we’ve unveiled to date.”

A balance of technical performance, timeless design, and impeccable tailoring come to life with the built-to-last Fall 2017 layering collection.

Trials Softshell Waterproof Jacket ($395): Completing the seasonal circle with a full-featured, highly breathable, waterproof softshell jacket, the Trials Softshell Waterproof Jacket features Polartec® NeoShell® to protect from rain and allow airflow to quickly vent and evaporate sweat. Multiple zips and a custom venting system allow rapid heat dissipation during exertion.
Kitsbow Introduces Alpine-Grade Technical Apparel for Fall 2017

Merino A/M Hoodie ($195): Defending the elements in nature’s perfect materials, the zip-up hoodie is a modern suit of armor, featuring Merino wool and tree-derived Tencel knit to be fleecy-soft inside and trail-durable outside. Features include a mesh-lined hood, kangaroo split pocket, zippered security pocket, and thumb holes. The Mountain Hoodie acts as a versatile second layer for everyday duty.
Kitsbow Introduces Alpine-Grade Technical Apparel for Fall 2017

Front Range Merino Sweatshirt ($150): A classic crewneck, optimized with alpine-grade technology and signature Kitsbow fit make this durable enough for a top layer or worn as an insulation layer under a shell. Constructed of an ultrafine, thermo-regulating Merino/synthetic blend for rugged versatility. Schoeller® Shape 3XDRY panels on the shoulder and elbows offer added comfort and protection.
Kitsbow Introduces Alpine-Grade Technical Apparel for Fall 2017

Icon Shirt ($195): A reinvigorated best-selling Icon Shirt from Kitsbow takes a classic piece and incorporates structural changes that make it performance-fitting and built-to-last. Hand sewn in the San Francisco Bay Area, it blends the natural performance and authentic heritage of Pendleton wool with the technical properties of Schoeller 3X Dry panels.
Kitsbow Introduces Alpine-Grade Technical Apparel for Fall 2017

About Kitsbow

With unabashed style and technical excellence, Kitsbow celebrates the joy and passion of cycling by creating the world's finest bike clothing. Offering high-performance apparel, the California-based company prioritizes quality, value and the belief that anything that's done should be done with the absolute best of what's available. To view the line and learn more about Kitsbow, visit

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 "Kitsbow has partnered with Polartec, Schoeller, and Pendleton to develop a new technical garment line aimed squarely at"..........the 0.5% of riders that would pay they're ridiculous asking prices
  • 2 0
 Oh my word...
  • 3 0
 While I am squarely in the camp of never-ever-going-to-pay-that, I can understand there are those with the money who would rather support a company making quality garments by hand in San Francisco instead of using Taiwanese, Maylasian or other near-sweatshop type production systems.
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 @WrenchRy87: I bet the people sewing the pieces together can afford a nice apartment in Sanfrancisco with their salary

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