Some call it Type 2 fun. It’s those experiences that feel tough and involve a fair amount of suffering in the moment, but that you’ll look back on as a grand ol’ time. Mountain biking can often feel like that. Those sweaty, lung-busting climbs, the broken chain miles from nowhere. That time you ran out of food or went over the handlebars on a technical descent. You always need the hard times to appreciate how good it feels to reach the peak, to bomb the downhill, to drink a beer afterward. If you’re a Type 2 fun kind of person, we’ve got you covered.
Shaw Shirt / Deckard Short
Downhill mountain bikers need protection from the elements—sun, wind, dirt. The long-sleeved Shaw Shirt has active stretch, UV protection, and breathability. The Deckard Short comes with a longer, 13.5-inch, inseam and durable MTB-specific fabric built for descents and the ascents to get you there. So, if you’re a mountain biker who wants a kit that’s dialed and ready for the ups and downs, this is it.
The short-sleeved Garrett Shirt has a drop tail in the back to give you coverage when you’re in the saddle. Pair it with the Goodson Short, made with a stretch ripstop nylon for mobility and durability, plus an internal adjustable belt. This is the duo you’ll go to day after day.
Don’t let the collar fool you. The Lopez Shirt is still an active T, made from breathable, sweat-wicking fabric and built for high-energy missions, be they on a bike or scrambling up a peak. With the Hardcastle 10 Short, you’ll get the perfect combo—a 10-inch inseam that’s quick drying and nimble for whatever trail-bound pursuits the day brings.