The days of women cyclists being forced to wear odd sized men's biking kit or having to don something that is pink or flowery are a long way behind us thankfully! The mountain bike industry as a whole now produces a range of practical and stylish jerseys for women. We've listed the best kit we've tried and tested, read on for our top rated jerseys.
So, in no particular order here's our list of the kit we think is the best we have tested. To see the full review of each jersey, just click on the picture of each to go straight to the review page.
[Updated 12th April 2019]
Morvelo Women's Friday Short Sleeved MTB Jersey
Just like the Kuler jersey we reviewed recently the Morvelo Women’s Friday Short Sleeved MTB jersey scores high for comfort, fit and style. It’s a statement piece that we think is well worth the money. Read the review here.
Troy Lee Designs Skyline Women's Short Sleeved jersey
The women’s Troy Lee Designs Skyline short sleeved jersey is a light and breathable jersey that is perfect for all types of summer trail riding. It’s stretchy and dries out quickly too, there’s lots to like. Read the full review here.
Giro Women's Roust Short Sleeved MTB jersey
The Giro Roust women’s short sleeved jersey is a light and breathable jersey. It doesn't have any features to set it apart from the crowd but despite this, it's a versatile piece for the summer and shoulder seasons. Read the review here.
Nukeproof Blackline jersey
The new women’s mountain bike clothing range from Nukeproof is full of technical pieces of riding kit that perform well, fit great and are subtly ‘cool’ without shouting the brand's name in your face. The Blackline women’s jersey is no different, a quick-drying, short-sleeved number that has become a staple for summer riding. Read the Nukeproof Blackline Women's Jersey review here.
ION LS Scrub Amp jersey
The ION women’s Scrub Amp long sleeved jersey is a firm favourite due to its cool looks and, soft touch material and outstanding performance whatever the weather. It’s Rachael's ‘go to’ jersey for all types of riding, perfectly comfortable and with good wicking capabilities with or without a baselayer or under a jacket. The ION Tee LS Scrub Amp Jersey doesn’t come cheap though, at £70 it’s one of the more expensive jersey’s we have reviewed. Despite that we don’t think you will be disappointed with the purchase should you spend the dollar. Here's the review of the ION LS Scrub Amp Women's Jersey.
Ride It Clothing Ladies Edge jersey
The Edge jersey from Ride It Clothing is a robust mountain bike top that will keep you dry and comfortable whatever the weather. There are lots of features packaged in a well-built jersey, all for less than £40, making this jersey a winner. Both ladies and gents can get a Ride It Clothing Edge jersey direct from their website in a multitude of colours and sizes. It’s a jersey that will let you get on and just ‘ride it’ with minimal fuss and maximum performance and will likely last you a good few years of hard abuse! Here is the review of the Ride It Clothing Ladies Edge Jersey.
Race Face Khyber jersey
Made from recycled material the Race Face Khyber jersey is a flattering women's number, hitting the proverbial nail on the head where function and form are concerned. We found the Khyber jersey to be a useful lightweight addition to any ride wardrobe, it's a super breathable jersey for Summer days as well as warmer Autumn ones. In the cold though, you'll want to couple it up with a base layer but that's ok because this hardwearing number is more than ready for winter rough and tumble as an outer layer.
There is a new style of Khyber jersey for 2018, but for now, you can still grab this 2017 version and maybe at a discounted price too! Here is the review - Race Face Khyber Jersey.
Specialized Andorra Merino jersey
The Andorra Drirelease Merino Jersey is designed, Spesh say, to be a versatile number made to meet the demands of every trail situation. The jersey made from Merino wool certainly does fit the bill, I've worn this jersey in comfort on every type of trail from cross country missions to gravel riding to plunging down something steep and gnarly in the rain. At £55 the Specialized jersey is approaching the upper end of the price bracket for a 3/4 length sleeve jersey but for that, you get a hardwearing jersey that feels great, looks good on and off the bike and is unnoticeable to ride in. The review is here - Specialized Andorra Merino Jersey.
Madison Flux Enduro women's jersey
If you like the enduro look, then you’ll get on with the well thought out Madison Flux Enduro jersey. Fit, features and performance come together to make a very wearable jersey that works well on its own or as an extra layer, at a reasonable price considering its pretty detailed construction. It's super light and really breathable, it's a great all round piece of kit at a reasonable price of £45. Lastly, if you’re not keen on lime green then the Flux also comes in red and turquoise. Read the review here - Madison Flux Enduro Women's Jersey.
7Mesh Inc. Desperado Henley's jersey
The 7 Mesh Inc. Desperado Henley women's jersey is a three quarter length sleeve, stylish number fit for biking, yoga and other gym activities alike. The use of merino wool means it doubles up well as a base layer too, making for a versatile piece of kit. It’s a versatile piece that performs well, though the distinctive styling, and price, will probably influence your decision more. It comes in this coral, a not-all-that-different lilac-pink, and black. Review - 7Mesh Inc. Desperado Henley's Women's Jersey.
We will be updating this list as we test kit receiving a score of 4 and above - check back again for more!
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