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Our Spring Line is Out—and We Think You’ll Like It

Pink Bike gave rave reviews to some of our new mountain bike pieces.

Ah, mountain biking … the best way to pass the time until the snow flies. Or, at least, that’s what Pink Bike calls it. The site recently gave a well-approving nod to our Garrett Shirt, Shaw Shirt, and Preston Shorts. You can read the full review here.

The Garrett shirt ($65) is constructed from polyester and has a Polygiene anti-stink treatment, along with a sewn-in glasses wipe and a drop tail for extra coverage,” writes Pink Bike’s Mike Kazimer. “The same goes for the $75 Shaw shirt, a relaxed long-sleeve option that's also received the Polygiene treatment. The Preston shorts have a simple, no-frills design, with a 12.5” inseam and three different color options.

These pieces are part of our new Spring-Summer 2021 collection, which is out now. For women, you’ll find everything from river-ready sunshirts (see: Moonlight Shirt) to overalls you’ll live in to your new favorite, lightweight mountain bike shorts. For men, there’s the must-have windbreaker (aka, the Davis Jacket), the collared shirt you’ll ride a bike in, and a tough DH-ready MTB short.

Garrett Shirt

For mountain biking, you need a short-sleeve tech T built for active use. The Garrett Shirt is that and more.

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Whether you’re a downhill biker, a cross-country rider, or someone who commutes to work on their bike, the Garrett Shirt has you covered. With Polygiene treatment for anti-stink, this wicking, stretchy fabric moves with you and could go multiple rides without a wash. It has mesh panels on the side and neck for air flow and breathability and streamlined style lines to work better with a pack. For the simplistic design of this shirt, we drew inspiration from the DH world to make it tough, durable, and ready to descend. Bonus: Check under the hem for a hidden, microfiber lens cloth to clean your glasses.

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-Body fabric: 92% polyester, 8% spandex
-Mesh panels: 88% polyester, 12% spandex
-Polygiene for anti-stick
-Opaque mesh panels for air flow
-Drop tail for coverage
-30+ UPF
-Sunglasses wipe underneath wipe
-30.5-inch center back length

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Shaw Shirt

Because some days, you want to ride your bike in a long-sleeved T.
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Inspired by downhill bikers and enduro riders but perfectly suited to everyone else, the Shaw Shirt is a streamlined, long-sleeve tech T that offers a layer of fabric protection from the sun and those inevitable crashes. This shirt feels lightweight and airy. It’ll wick sweat off your back and save your arms from a farmer’s tan. Plus, it’s got Polygiene treatment to keep the stench of too many rides between washings away. Streamlined stitch lines were made to wear with a pack and it comes with a handy glasses wipe under the hem.

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-92% polyester, 8% spandex
-30+ UPF
-155 g/m2 knit
-Active stretch
-Polygiene for anti-stink
-Relaxed enduro Fit
-Sunglasses wipe underneath hem
-28.5-inch center back length

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Preston Short

Mountain dwellers will appreciate the Preston Short for its versatility.

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Purpose built for the mountain bike saddle, this short rolls through town just fine, too. With a long inseam, it’ll give you coverage when you’re on bombing downhill, but it won’t overheat on a climb. A zippered side pocket keeps your phone secured, the low-profile waistband ensures comfort under a pack, and a light, stretchy fabric breathes when temps soar.

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-Intuitive™ IQ fabric
-Oxford weave
-97% nylon, 3% spandex 273 g/m2
-50+ UPF
-12.5-inch inseam
-Quick dry
-Mesh hand pockets
-Low-profile/no-bulk fly w/ small Velcro closure
-Secured zippered side pocket fits a phone

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