Dirt has never bothered you. Even when you were a little girl, you loved playing in the mud. You’re all grown up now but still, you get a childlike joy from having your legs splattered with dust and earth like a Jackson Pollock painting. That’s one of the reasons you ride a mountain bike, but it’s certainly not the only one. These clothes? They’re built for having fun in the dirt.
Hawkins Shirt / Tia Short
Mountain bikers will appreciate the Hawkins Shirt and the Tia Short for its casual look but technical features. Go for a ride, then grab a burger after without having to change clothes. You’ll get the protection and coverage of a three-quarter-length sleeve on top and a long inseam on bottom, plus breathable, durable, sweat-ready fabric all around.
Riding a bike in a long-sleeve shirt can be a smart move on many levels: no sunburn, more protection from overgrown trails and crashes, and a layer of windblock on breezy summits and fast descents. The Honey Henley does all that and more. Pair it with the Eleanor Short, a long, full-coverage mountain bike short for women that has a stay-put waistband, easy-access pockets, and a fabric that never quits.
Trail running is your sanctuary. We get that. Here’s what to wear to help you get there. Pair the lightweight, wicking, short-sleeved Jessi Shirt with the elastic-waisted, run-ready Hudson Short and you’ll have the perfect combination to cover miles on the trail. The best part? You can keep rocking this outfit the rest of the day.