With Kitsbow's SASTAN jersey checking all the right boxes in terms of quality, fit, and attention to the function driven details, the designers at the Marin based label had the ideal starting platform for their next endeavor. Rider feedback suggested that while the SASTAN was perfect from a do anything outer layer standpoint, a lighter version would be a welcome addition to the lineup. The result is the new All Mountain Jersey, which is a slightly modified version of the SASTAN, making it versatile enough to be worn on its own, or as a layering piece when the weather cools down. Just like the SASTAN, the All Mountain embodies a minimal, function driven aesthetic and attention to the small details. This is also the case with the materials that compose the jersey, as the designers knew that a versatile long sleeve jersey needed to be as durable and comfortable as possible. To accomplish this, they combined two fabrics known for their distinct properties. For the outer layer, a durable Cordura received the nod, as this material is known for its ability to resist abrasion, while still being flexible and relatively lightweight. Once the armor like outer material was decided upon, the designers began looking for the ultimate interior lining. Knowing that it would need to be soft against the skin and keep the rider's core cool and dry, they pulled the trigger on a smooth merino wool. The fine, moisture wicking composition of merino perfectly balanced with the tough outer, giving Kitsbow's designers a great starting point for the jersey. With the Cordura and merino's controlled stretch working in their favor, Kitsbow's designers had a solid base to begin dialing in the best fit possible. They created a silhouette with minimal panels for a trim, unobtrusive fit that follows the body's movements while in the saddle. The long arms were made specifically for the rider's position while outstretched at the bars, without the slightest hint of bunching or pinching. Similarly,...