Price: $39.99 (SS), $44.99 (LS)
Color: Olive green/Pink, Black
Sizes: XS – 2XL
Material: 100% Polyester, 150g/m Mesh Knitted Fabric
How Obtained: Company sample
Availability: Online and retail
RBR Advertiser: No
Time to Shred in Style
The company that is synonymous with quality bike cleaners and lubes now has a line of jerseys. Available in long or short sleeves and in olive green/pink or black, you’re sure to make a statement on or off the bike.
The Riders Jersey is constructed from midweight, breathable mesh fabric and with moisture-wicking properties to keep you cool and dry. With a bit of stretch to the fabric, there’s plenty of comfort and mobility on the bike. The rear hem has a dropped tail to keep everything covered and making riders behind you very happy.
One of the neat features designed right into the jersey is a microfiber cleaning cloth. No longer do you have to worry about scratching your expensive shades. Sewn right into the inside of the jersey, at the bottom left is a microfiber patch. How cool is that?
The company sample was the olive and pink version which has unisex graphics. I liked the Muc-Off pink designs and the subdued logo on the sleeve. However, the cut was for a man’s physique. I just don’t have the shoulders to fill it out which made for an unflattering look. My recommendation is this jersey is perfect for men, but if you’re female skip it unless you have broad shoulders. Maybe Muc-Off will consider a women’s cut next time around.
Like all their other products, Muc-Off didn’t skimp on quality. This jersey has cool graphics, quality breathable fabric, and a great price point. It even has a sewn-in microfiber cloth to clean your shades! However, this is a men’s cut, so I don’t suggest it for women.
Sheri Rosenbaum regularly contributes articles and reviews products for RBR. She’s an avid recreational roadie who lives in the Chicago area and a major advocate for women’s cycling, serving on the board of directors and volunteering with the Dare2tri Paratriathlon Club. Click to read Sheri’s full bio or visit her web site sunflowersandpedals.com.