Yeti's 2021 Apparel Collection - Across the Pond Beaver

Sep 8, 2020 at 8:01
by Sarah Moore  
Across the Pond Beaver 2020



Yeti's new bike apparel isn't just really nice for a company that's specialty is making bicycles. It's really nice, period. While there are flashy kits for riders that want to be mistaken for being Richie Rude's teammate, there are also understated pieces with discrete logos that you won't feel out of place wearing no matter what bike you're riding. There's a wide range of styles for both men and women, and you don't have to be a dentist to afford it; their apparel is priced in line with offerings from other apparel brands.

The new 2021 Yeti apparel is divided into three distinct collections: Range, Race and Turq. The Range collection is the do-it-all collection for trail riders with some merino options for adventure days, the Race collection is racer-inspired with tighter silhouettes and features designed for the rigours of racing, and the Turq collection is a premium line with more expensive materials and several new technical outerwear styles.





Men's Range Collection

The Range collection is Yeti's go-to line for trail riders with the widest variety of styles and an approachable aesthetic. There are six jerseys, the Apex SS, the Tolland SS, the Tolland LS, the Longhorn SS, the Switch Merino SS, and the Switch Merino LS, and three shorts, the Rustler, the Mason, and the Freeland.

The jerseys vary in price from $50 to $100 USD, with the more expensive models featuring a sunglasses wipe and more technical fabrics. The shorts are between $70 and $110 USD, with the most expensive model getting four pockets and an adjustable waistband, and the least expensive model gets just one pocket and an elastic waistband. Each style comes in at least two colourways and you can buy the Rampart liner separately to add to the shorts for $75.


The Switch Merino LS Jersey in Navy with the Mason Short in Earth.


The new Switch Merino Long Sleeve Jersey ($100 USD) uses a 50/50 merino and recycled polyester blend that claims to provide the anti-stink and temperature regulation benefits of Merino with the quick drying qualities of polyester. The short sleeve version retails for $80 USD. Both come in Navy and Gunmetal Grey.

The updated Mason Short ($90 USD) has an improved low profile hidden internal waist adjustment and lightweight 4-way stretch woven fabric with DWR finish. Two zipped side security pockets are located so as not to interfere with your pedaling and keep your small items and phone safe. A 14” inseam provides plenty of leg coverage.


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Photo by Jason Thomas
The new Longhorn SS Jersey in Turquoise/Earth with the Mason Short in Earth.


The new Longhorn Jersey ($65 USD) is built with HeiQ odor-control technology, 20+ UPF protection, a hidden microfiber sunglass wipe, and a relaxed trail fit.


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Photo by Jason Thomas
The Apex SS Jersey in Redwood with the Rustler Short in Slate.

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The affordable Rustler Short has a stretchy waistband instead of hidden internal waist adjustment.


The new Apex Jersey ($50 USD) bridges the gap between a regular tee and full tech riding jersey with screen printed graphics and an approachable price. It's designed with a 4 -way stretch fabric with a relaxed fit.

The new Rustler Short ($70 USD) is Yeti's new affordable, lightweight shell short with board short inspired fabric and cut, a stretch waistband, and zipped security pocket. There's no adjustability at the waistband, but there is stretch built in.





Women's Range Collection

There are five jerseys in the do-it-all low-key Range trail collection for women, the Dakota SS, Crest SS, Vista LS, Zion Tank, and Monument Merino SS and three shorts, the Dawson, Avery, and Norrie.

The jerseys and tank vary in price from $40 to $90 USD and the shorts range from $70 to $110 USD, with the more expensive models getting more pockets, features, and technical fabrics. Each style comes in at least two colourways and you can buy the Koda liner separately to add to the shorts for $75.


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Photo by Jason Thomas
The Monument Merino Jersey in Gunmetal and the Norrie 2.0 Short in Royal Purple.

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The Norrie short has a zippered pocket on both sides as well as two hand pockets.


The new women's Monument Merino Short Sleeve Jersey ($90 USD) uses a 50/50 merino and recycled polyester blend that claims to provide the anti-stink and temperature regulation benefits of Merino with the quick drying qualities of polyester.

The women's Norrie 2.0 ($110 USD) has two zippered and two unzippered pockets, a tech webbing waist adjustment and a female specific relaxed trail fit. A durable 2-way stretch woven fabric with DWR finish mixes durability with light weight for all day pedaling adventures. Multiple zipped security pockets keep your valuables safe. A 13.5” inseam provides coverage and there are interior glide patches to keep knee pads from snagging during pedaling.


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The Vista Long Sleeve Jersey in Plum and the Avery Short in Gunmetal.

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Photo by Jason Thomas

The new women's Vista Long Sleeve Jersey ($75 USD) is made of a quick drying 100% polyester fabric has 4-way stretch and offers 30+ UPF protection. A hidden microfiber sunglass wipe keeps your sunglasses clean.

The women's Avery Short ($90 USD) has been updated for 2021 and the lightweight, 4-way stretch short now has a softer hand feel, DWR finish to shed water and trail spray, and a hidden internal waist adjustment. There are two side zip security pockets, a Trail Fit, and 12.5” inseam.




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The Zion Tank in Moss and the Dawson short in Redwood. The most affordable of the Yeti apparel options for women might have fewer technical features, but no less style.

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A stretch waistband on the Dawson short.


Yeti's new women's Dawson Short ($70 USD) is an affordable lightweight shell short with printed designs, a stretch waistband instead of a internal waist adjuster, and one zipped security pocket. The shorts have a 13” inseam and women’s specific Trail Fit.

The new women's Zion Tank ($40 USD) is a lifestyle driven ride tank with screen printed graphics and an approachable price. It’s constructed using a 4-way stretch fabric.





Men's Race Collection

You might not have to be Richie Rude's teammate to wear the kits in the Race collection, but it's likely you aspire to be. The team collection is inspired by the Yeti Factory race team's needs but Yeti says it's "built for fast riders everywhere" with features, fits, and technical fabrics designed for going fast. Yeti says the apparel light enough to not slow you down, while still being durable enough to stand up to the rigors of enduro racing.

In the men's Race collection, there is a short sleeve Enduro jersey that comes in 4 colourways, a 3/4 Enduro jersey that comes in 3 colourways, an Enduro short that comes in 3 colourways and the Renegade Ride Pant that comes in 2 colours. There’s also a glove ($30 USD) that comes in 8 colours and an Enduro bib ($120 USD).


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The Short Sleeve Enduro Jersey and the Enduro Short in Lime.
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The 3/4 Enduro Jersey and Enduro Short in Slate.


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Sunglasses or goggles wipe on the jerseys.

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There are two zippered thigh vents on the Enduro short which also allows you to access the contents in the side pockets of your liner short.
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There are also two zippered side pockets for your phone and other odds and ends.

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The Renegade Ride Pant is Yeti's first trail riding pant and combines a water repellent 4-way stretch woven fabric with breathable Toray Dot Air fabric and Cordura(r) nylon in targeted areas for durability.
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It has a ratchet buckle for dialling in the fit and a tapered lower leg.

The updated Enduro Short ($130 USD) has been refined over several seasons of racing. Yeti has now added an almost see-through Toray Dot Air fabric to the front thigh area to increase airflow and provide more cooling during hot days of racing. The unique woven pattern of the Toray Dot Air fabric along with DWR finish allows air to pass through but keeps water from penetrating.

The Enduro Short Sleeve Jersey ($75 USD) has improved breathability with a super light and stretchy TURQ Air fabric on the sleeves that is super comfortable and added 50+ UPF protection for long days in the sun. HeiQ Fresh anti-odor finish keeps the stink at bay.

The Renegade Ride Pant ($150 USD) is Yeti’s first trail riding pant and comes in black or the much flashier lime. They've combined water repellent 4-way stretch woven fabric with breathable Toray Dot Air fabric and Cordura(r) nylon in targeted areas for durability. A tapered lower leg cut ensures the lower leg stays clear of your drivetrain and trailside obstacles while security zips keep your stuff safe and out of the way when pedaling.





Women's Race Collection

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Women's Enduro 3/4 Jersey and Women's Enduro Short in Slate.
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Women's Enduro SS Jersey in Black and Women's Enduro Short in Lime.

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Fun details on the sleeves of the Women's Enduro 3/4 Jersey. Also, the fabric on the top of the arms is unbelievably light and stretchy.
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A hidden sunglasses / goggles wipe is on all the Enduro jerseys.

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All of the Enduro shorts for both men and women use this tech webbing waist adjustment to dial in fit.
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The women's Enduro short in lime. There's a zippered pocket on each side as well as a zippered vent which also accesses the contents in your liner side pockets.


Yeti's updated women's Enduro Short ($130 USD) has Toray Dot Air fabric in the front thigh area to increase airflow and provide maximum cooling during hot days of racing. Dot Air’s woven pattern along with DWR finish allows air to pass through but keeps water from passing through.

The women's Enduro Short Sleeve Jersey ($75 USD) has a women’s specific fit and patterning and comes in two colours. Yeti says they're improved breathability by using a super light TURQ Air fabric on the sleeves and added 50+ UPF protection for long days in the sun. HeiQ Fresh anti-odor finish keeps the stink at bay. The 3/4 sleeve version is $85 USD and also comes in two colourways.





TURQ Collection

The TURQ collection is Yeti’s premium line of apparel with elevated constructions, trims, and premium materials.


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TURQ Merino Wool Long Sleeve Jersey in Atlantic and Mystic Short in Black.

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Photo by Jason Thomas
The new TURQ Commit Jacket uses Toray's new lightweight stretch woven 3 layer waterproof fabric.


The TURQ Merino Wool Long Sleeve Jersey ($120 USD) stays in the TURQ collection with improved the fit with an updated cut and improved the fabric using ZQ certified 83% merino/17% nylon yarn combination for better durability while retaining the natural benefits of merino wool. Small details like an integrated microfiber sunglass wipe and 50+ UPF protection round out this style. A Short Sleeve version is available for $100 USD.

The new TURQ Mystic Short ($170 USD) is a super lightweight waterproof short. It uses a three-layer waterproof Toray woven fabric with full-seam taping to keep you dry and comfortable while being light and flexible. Engineered pocket construction allows you to carry trail essentials without interfering with pedaling.

The new Yeti TURQ Commit Jacket ($250 USD) is a waterproof shell for when the conditions are less than summer like. Yeti has partnered with Toray to use their new lightweight stretch woven 3 layer waterproof fabric on the new jacket. Toray’s electrospun membrane is embedded in the fabric which Yeti says will keep you dry and it also won’t swamp out when you start going hard or the temps rise. Lightweight and easily packable, with two hand pockets that double as vents and an adjustable trail helmet compatible hood, the TURQ Commit Jacket is the go-to piece for wet weather trail riding.


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Canyon Hoodie


The TURQ Canyon Hoodie ($175 USD) is new for 2021. It's a thermal layer that uses Polartec Power Air, a light but warm fabric that’s made of 54% recycled polyester. A relaxed fit works both on and off the bike. It features an internal security chest pocket, two external zippered hand pockets, an adjustable hem, and a fitted hood.


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Photo by Jason Thomas

The new pull-over TURQ Range Anorak ($150 USD) is built with Toray’s latest DWR stretch fabric and offers packable, lightweight, wind and water protection. It packs down into its own stuff sack, fitting into a pocket or hip pack. An elastic draw cord at the hem offers adjustable fit.

The new line of apparel will be available on yeticycles.com early next year.









121 Comments

  • 136 4
 Is it just me with this thought? Being a non pro racer and wearing head to toe labels of the bike you ride is just weird? Its almost like trying way too hard? I dont care if people do this. Just weird in my eyes. Almost like a solid red track suit being worn when youre not on a track.
Maybe Im just crazy. Probably the latter.
  • 10 0
 You're not alone. Some love their labels though.
  • 22 1
 I have a buddy who rides a Santa Cruz but is in all Yeti gear he got on clearance. Can't judge the man for a good deal, but I do find it a little funny.
  • 5 0
 I'll tell ya what's hard. Put a wallet and phone in that "board short" elastic waistband kit and go walking in the store to grab a taco without your shorts pulling down to your ankles. Beer
  • 12 0
 It worked for the Tenanbaum kids
  • 13 14
 What else are yuppies supposed to wear while riding their sb165 that's never been bottomed out
  • 7 3
 @nfontanella: You never seen a fat dentist ???
  • 12 2
 'Full Kit Wanker'
  • 2 1
 @nfontanella: you act like they know how to set up a shock.
  • 15 5
 I'm that guy... Ride a yeti and have a bunch of yeti gear. But the durability and comfort is high, that's why I buy the gear.
  • 9 0
 This reminds me of the motorcyclists riding Harleys while wearing Harley-branded jackets and leather chaps. Pure cringe.
  • 5 1
 100% agree! I love yeti gear for the quality, but I can't be that guy with a yeti kit riding an evil... I am a man of logic.
  • 2 0
 Aesthetics dont matter at all for me, always function>form in every aspect of my life. If i have multiple choices of color/style/model but only after my entire list of needs are met then ill choose wtv i feel.
Ppl get hung up on aesthetics of humans and/or material then wonder why nothing ever satisfies them and they feel empty, cant fill a void with superficiality.
  • 1 0
 Check out moto gear. So hard to find anything with a degree of subtlety.
  • 6 1
 @sdiz: Same here. Yeti gear is super comfortable and looks good with your Yeti *place name here*. Smile
  • 2 0
 @rideronthestorm1: I have.. Guy f*ckin shredz too! Just cant climb well is all..
  • 2 1
 I agree. But I also don’t want another bike company clothes. Like I’m on a norco. I don’t want my shirts to have huge yeti or specialized across them. I just can’t buy clothes from same brand that makes bikes. Just weird to me
  • 2 0
 @MillerReid: i just get whats ever on sale at mec.. So that usually means race face gear..
  • 1 0
 Nah you re right
  • 1 0
 @rustyglaze5: you went so deep bro’ but I get your point.I won’t agree because I admit I’m a bitch that loves aesthetics. They come first.One day I might even start a brand called “ mediocre racing “ with slogans such as : “ why get first,there s always other options “ and I’m not even kidding
  • 2 0
 I had a Yeti bike, bought some Yeti gear, and I think the gear is high quality. But I always felt a little too fanboy to wear Yeti gear head to toe. I feel better about it now that I'm on a different bike. I don't feel so fan boy, more just appreciating good kit.
  • 3 1
 Since when did mountain biking become a sport for people to shit on each other. People genuinely need to stop this. Who gives a fuck if they wear the same kit as the bike they ride. Who cares what anybody does. All you've done is highlight yourself as someone who cares more about what people ride, look like while riding or how they ride more than your own riding endeavours. Clearly this not just aimed at you, but many comments here. Frankly if those are your thoughts, then this not the sport for you sir. Play Lacrosse or football instead where everyone is already an asshole.
  • 2 0
 @Gale3371: Did I say I care? I just said its weird. People can do what ever the hell they want. Wear a bell super with a chin bar. Go for it. No one is stopping them. I was just seeing if others thought it was weird when someone looks like a walking a billboard for a company.
Have a beer. Or a snickers. Youre not you when youre hungry.
  • 1 1
 @chillrider199: What does it matter if its weird? And what does it matter what other people think or whether they even agree with you for that matter.

Snickers line was hilarious by the way. Use your own comebacks instead of a companies branding... ????
  • 1 0
 @Gale3371: You alright? Youre on the internet. What does any of this matter. It doesnt. Does mountain biking matter when the world is falling apart? No. But hey we all still do it.

Its does not matter if its weird that someone dresses that way. But its still weird none the less. Youre running yourself in circles here bud.

Again, youre on the internet. Dont take everything to heart.
  • 1 0
 @Gale3371: Just realized, you ride a Yeti. This all makes sense now. Haha
  • 1 0
 @oldmanjoe: u get even older and soon stop caring..
  • 1 0
 @chillrider199: Jealousy will get you nowhere my friend.
  • 1 0
 @Gale3371: What would make you think Im jealous? Dont think so highly of yourself. Its a yeti. Not a 1 off Unnö. Jesus.
  • 53 6
 Wearing yeti gear while riding a yeti is like wearing the t-shirt of the band you're going to see in concert to the concert.
  • 31 1
 im clearly an outlier but i like to wear my band's t-shirt at their concert....i will show myself the door
  • 1 0
 @airsoftesneeto: Ha! It's actually a line from "Waynes World" :-)
  • 3 0
 @airsoftesneeto: I should have said "its ALSO a line in WW" but you're right that part in PCU is hilarious.
  • 10 0
 I think it's ok to wear a t-shirt of the band you're at a concert, as long as it isn't the one you just bought at the merch stand 5 minutes ago...
  • 1 0
 @kazwei: I usually wear that on the way home after I completely soaked my shirt (usually not even a band shirt) with sweat in the mosh pit. Who even wears his sweaty dancefloor shirt on the way home?
  • 4 0
 Yet we insist on wearing our favorite pro hockey team's replica sweater to the game. Oh wait, you're American. Your favorite team's football jersey to the game.
  • 2 0
 @herzalot: where else do you where your sweater? To the bike park? Those things are expensive.
  • 24 6
 I've always liked their clothing, functional, quality and good cuts-especially the shorts which fit great and don't have the saggy ball syndrome that so many shorts do. I rode them before I had a Yeti and I'll wear them now that I do have one, don't give two shits what some judgmental, internet turd has to say.
  • 25 0
 And to be fair, Yeti does a good job with not making their logo super huge, at least in most cases. I've been very happy with their apparel over the years as well.
  • 11 0
 @forsinapu - same. Was impressed with their clothing well before I started riding a Yeti. It’s just well made.
  • 2 15
flag lucianrodriguez (Sep 8, 2020 at 11:18) (Below Threshold)
 keep in mind pink bike is sponsored by yeti so....
  • 2 0
 @mikekazimer: their fit and quality is really good, but I'd have to disagree with the logos. They seem to be getting bigger and bigger except for the TURQ series of clothing.
  • 3 0
 @mikekazimer: agreed. Yeti is far from the worst offender of the big logo. I mean come on people, have you not seen Troy Lee designs? Most of this apparel is single color too - I have an unfortunate closest full of moto gear that looks like Pablo Picasso swallowed all his paints, drank an energy drink and then threw up on bunch of clothes that were designed by an ADD teenager.
  • 2 0
 Same for me. Had Yeti clothes, eventually got a Yeti bike. The two were entirely unrelated. I happen like the clothes for the quality and fit (it's been years and the jerseys are going strong).
  • 1 0
 If ur fast enough no one will notice the kit matching the bike brand
  • 2 0
 "don't give two shits what some judgmental, internet turd has to say."

Amen brother. Wear what you want. I wear a half shell and goggles sometimes and I think the 15 year old pb commenters sense an imbalance in the force those days; and lo they doth gnash their teeth and rend their hawaiian shirts to shreds.
  • 14 2
 I love how now apparel company market shirts as having a SPF factor. That's definitely not new tech and the reason a homo sapien stripped the hide off some unfortunate beast hundreds of thousands of years ago. I bet the SPF on that original technical fabric was higher too.
  • 18 2
 Probably, but I can't imagine a wooly mammoth hide was very breathable.
  • 10 0
 I love that we can call a $50 t-shirt “approachable price.”
  • 6 0
 @mikekazimer: But wool is all the rage for tech kit. #woolymammothdiditfirst Smile
  • 2 0
 As someone with a photosensitive autoimmune disease I appreciate this branding.
  • 1 1
 Spf is crap. Only good for uvb. Good gear is upf rated. Upf rates uva and uvb.
  • 1 1
 @Donnellb: then you would want upf bro not spf
  • 1 0
 @makripper: I think the article mentions it's UPF rated, it was @Dustfarter who mentioned SPF which is for lotion, not clothes.
  • 1 0
 @makripper: good thing that’s what they’re marketing “ Small details like an integrated microfiber sunglass wipe and 50+ UPF protection round out this style.”
  • 1 1
 @Donnellb: the commentor was talking about spf. Upf is better
  • 11 0
 I think that prices are disappointingly low. They must find a carbon equivalent for cloths, I mean, I would not feel premium enough wearing those.
  • 2 0
 Give me the baby cashmere jersey for 600usd with fabric from Loro Piana.
  • 2 0
 Merino wool has you covered there.

Love me a $120 T shirt.
  • 1 0
 @MRwillP: $120 thirt does not impress me. $200 that would be something. Maybe merino with goretex?
  • 1 0
 @MRwillP: Merino stuff can be expensive (though doesn't have to be 120$ for a T shirt at all), but it's the absolute tits. It really does what it claims to do. And you don't have to buy many items because it lasts and doesn't perma-stink after a few uses so that kinda offsets the price.
  • 10 0
 Having just gone through many weeks of physical therapy for upper back, neck, shoulders pain due to bad posture. Can say that the male model in photos could use some posture work and pull shoulders back, stand straight Big Grin
  • 2 0
 lol, so hunched
  • 16 10
 Yeti: here is our expensive clothes

Any other company: ours is cheaper and better
  • 15 13
 Yeah I care even less about Yeti's clothing than I care about their bikes.
  • 3 0
 I've had a pair of their shorts for like 5 years with no issues. The 100% I bought last summer had a hole after the first ride and the closure clasp ripped off the next. They were cheaper though, for sure.
  • 15 1
 @PAmtbiker: and yet you care that everyone knows you don’t care.
  • 4 1
 @PAmtbiker: im sure they're heart broken.
  • 1 0
 @PAmtbiker: wait for the end of season close out sales. 50% off and they still sell stuff that isn’t covered in logos. The shorts I bought this year didn’t have any logo on the outside. Comfortable, long enough for tall people and durable if you crash in the rocks.
  • 4 0
 Chose your brand, advertise your choice. Birds of a feather flock together. Oh, so is that your brand? Rubbish, my brand is better. I saw somebody that was really good and they were riding this brand, so there.
  • 5 0
 Why is Pond Beaver hiding the male model's face in all of its acticles? Is he a lizard man? Bill Gates? The people need answers, PB!
  • 9 0
 It's Bill Gates, how did you know?
  • 2 0
 @sarahmoore: been following the globalist white papers for 15 years and I'm not going the let PB, Mike Levy, Brian Snark, or anybody pass one over on us.
  • 3 0
 @sarahmoore: Yess... and do not forget to review his vaccine when he launches it...
  • 13 7
 I came for the comment about tribe
  • 2 2
 I did the same.
  • 3 1
 This may sound strange but I look at a company’s short offerings and want the shortest inseam. 11-12” inseam is plenty. As long as I don’t get the thigh gap between shorts and knee sleeves, I’m good. I’m over the shorts that go down between mid-shin and knee.
  • 2 0
 Yeti shorts with the elastic draw-strings are the shits! Any elastic bands or drawstrings don't last and they get stretched over a short period of time and they break. Worse yet, the feeling of a loose pair of shorts riding down your knee due to the waist stretch during riding is just awkward to say the least. I'd take a pair of shorts with belt loops any day. I wish that ALL companies would make their garment sizes more accurate, especially on the waist size and lengths. When I pick a size 30 waist size, most of the time, it fits a person with a 32 or even a 34 inch waist. Then, I choose a 32" waist size pair of shorts and I can't fit into them since they're made for a person with a 29" waist. The only time I fit into those shorts is in the middle or end of the season when I've lost more weight. So, frustrating! But the elastic waist band adjustments are just the most annoying things, especially when the adjustment bands are on the inside and you can feel the harder fabric or velcro rub again your skin!
  • 2 0
 Nope. High-end shorts are either kitsbow or mission workshop. Mountain-bike specific shirts are hilarious. Unless you are looking for something to fit over armor, just find a good deal on some non-bike shirts without a bunch of logos on them.
  • 4 0
 Apparently the long sleeve jerseys are only if you have a positive ape index...monkey arms.
  • 2 0
 To be fair the jersey looks a size to big and I'm pretty sure that dude is on the shorter side. I have monkey arms but take a size small to medium, I ride with cold wrists.
  • 5 1
 Shirts are gonna crack and won't be warrantied if you put wider than a 760mm shoulder in it.
  • 5 0
 I work at a Yeti dealer and between the brands we carry they have by far the best warranty.
  • 7 5
 Why not take a few minutes and iron or steam these clothes before shooting pictures? Laziness - if I were an apparel designer at Yeti I'd be pissed.
  • 8 0
 This caviar sucks!
  • 4 0
 Real dentists wear Kitsbow when riding their Yeti’s.
  • 15 0
 When riding their Yeti's what?
  • 10 0
 Odd thing about Kitsbow is that they moved their factory to Old Fort, NC where I'm from and opened a brew pub on one side of their building and a coffee/sammich shop on the other. It's the only edible food for 15 miles.

That town they built in is so backwoods redneck and to see all the Mercedes Sprinters and $60k bro dozers and Denali's parked out back of the factory this Saturday was such a shocking culture clash.

I was watching people coming out the back of the old Mason's lodge next door from an auction event. 300lb women in $3 WalMart moo moo's sucking on Menthol's flicking them across the street with their freshly purchased 1960's ceramic rooster in hand. Beer

I was even an extra in the film Masterminds in an abandoned factory 2 blocks over a few years back and the local "catering" was grossing Zach Galifinakis out.

We'll find out soon if a rising tide really does raise all ships...or if the pool is so small they just come out smelling like stale Busch Light.
  • 3 0
 @blowmyfuse: Old Fort is being "discovered" for sure. Not that it's totally a bad thing but we used to be able to go to Catawba Falls and be the only ones there and now you'd better go on a tuesday afternoon if you don't want to be in the crowd.
  • 4 1
 @preach: It used to be illegal when I was a kid. You had to squeeze around a fence, sneak along the edge of the woods and the homeowner would shoot at you "in the air".

Those massive bridges across the creek are the stupidest things. It's ankle deep and 3 feet wide and yet they made it so herds of grazers, chubby bunnies and mouth breathers go up there all day every day now & WLOS has stopped reporting the death & injury totals of the imcompetent masses they granted a magic carpet access path to the falls.

Did you see my video on Instagram of the 4 mile long line of people at a dead stop waiting to get out of Pisgah? Had to drive all the way around to Hwy 215 to avoid sitting in the line that backed up to a few hundred yards short of the hatchery sign. Maybe a 3 hr wait to get out.

Worse than the line was the 2 groups of about 15 douches in full faces that were at Middle Black with 2 boom boxes blasting and acting all bro-tastic. I was cooling off in the Black lot in the shade when they finally made it down and continued doucheing all over the lot. ugghh
  • 6 0
 @blowmyfuse: “ 300lb women in $3 WalMart moo moo's sucking on Menthol's flicking them across the street with their freshly purchased 1960's ceramic rooster in hand.”
Classic
  • 1 0
 @blowmyfuse: at least downtown Marion seems to be getting some really cool stuff and for now doesn't have the annoying crowds. We love Burrito Bros and Crabby Abbys and they have a couple breweries and coffee places that are great too.
  • 2 0
 @preach: Had no idea. Born & raised in the community of Sugar Hill & could not get out of that town fast enough as a teen. Worked in Lake Lure all through High School & college to avoid the place. It became a desert on Main when WalMart first appeared, which came on the heels of the factories dying (ironically one being Parker Hosiery where Kitsbow is now).

I'll check out Burrito Bros next time I visit my dad. He's not even mentioned it. Don't know that he tries ANYTHING unless we take him. Beer
  • 2 0
 @blowmyfuse: to be fair, Middle Black has grown horns since the last time I rode it (pre-third kid). Got after it Sunday and it was remarkably rougher.
I’ve seen almost an identical group on Hickory Mountain Loop in DuPont. That left me speechless.
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 @bandit350: They really are hard to explain until you have to wade through them.
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 One crash and you can tear up a $500 kit? I’ll wear them on a ride to the dock where my heli is parked on my yacht.
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 50/50 merino poly and it's still $100. Dumb.
  • 4 2
 use of the words Race and TURQ may trigger some.
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 Dude that first pic...size down man..youre swimming in that thing.
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 Samples available were size Large for men and Medium for women. You are correct that he should likely be wearing a size medium at 5'8" and 175lbs.
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 @sarahmoore: Ah makes sense. Didnt realize these were not Yeti models...
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 Time to clean out the drawers in my sprinter to make room for a new wardrobe!
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 That mens enduro short sleeve jersey is sick! Think it would look out of place on someone who rides a Giant?
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 Is there any market for this? Maybe I'm just a dirt farmer but $8 dollar goldtoe tees and gym shorts work great on any trail I've ridden on. What am I missing?
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 The non-Turq prices are aligned with every major MTB apparel brand. Ride what you like and what works for your budget, and no judgement in either direction.
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 Looks like a new Smith helmet hiding in there too?
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 Nothing new that I could spot. The white one in the first half was the original Forefront, the black with green one at the end is the current Forefront 2
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 I miss when it wasn’t obvious what brand of clothing you were wearing.
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 I was just waiting for a Yeti toothbrush
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 Why are the shorts all so damn long.
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 If you're fat, don't even bother with Yeti clothing
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 When did shorts become capris?
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 Nobody talks about socks!?!?!
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 Dentist will be looking good.
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 @agnostic nah, their all on the 4k frame Trek slash now.
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 Yeti hair Unicorn hair
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 Where they made by a Vietnam Kids Tribe?
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 Nice shoes.
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 This is no different than Orange County Chopper merch. Overpriced crap for dentist suckers. Lame

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