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Chevron Kit by Kyle Kelley

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We sent the boys over at GSC a sample of our new Chevron kits, and they sent back these amazing photos. Modeled by Sean Talkington, shot by Kyle Kelley.

The jersey, bibs, and socks are all made in the U.S. and the cap is made in Italy. This is the first time we've strategically put all the necessary kit items (top, bottom, cap, sock) together to form a cohesive whole and we're pretty darn stoked on how they came out. Saisha absolutely killed this one.  
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Let's go through the pieces, shall we?
 

Chevron Jersey, MSRP $85
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Done in conjunction with our friends at Twin Six and made in the U.S.A. The jersey is available in both men's and women's cuts and falls somewhere between a pure "racer" and "club" cut. 

They are full zip, with three back pockets and made from 100% Polyester Microfiber.

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Chevron Bibs, MSRP $100
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Like the jersey the bibs are manufactured in partnership with local Minneapolis homies, Twin Six. They feature a large "All-City" in our Cutters font on the drive leg and light blue Chevrons on the other. The rear sports our shield logo and the Chevron accents are carried onto the contrasting light blue shoulder straps. 

Twin Six bibs have long been staples in our wardrobe and we can't recommend them enough. They feature eight panel construction and a high quality seamless chamois, are made in the U.S.A. and only cost a hundred bucks.

Note: While we do not offer women's specific bibs (due to the fact that we have not yet found a ladies chamois we are in love with), the women of the All-City team use and recommend these bibs. Just be sure to size down.

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Chevron Socks, MSRP $18
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Do yourself a favor and invest in good lightweight merino wool socks. They simply cannot be beat. They cut way down on foot stink, can be sink washed and worn multiple times, and just plain feel amazing on your feet. These too are made domestically.  

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Chevron Cap, MSRP $20
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The final piece to complete the look is actually made in Italy by our friends at Nalini. They are a classic four panel cap in a combination of poly/cotton. They look great on their own or as the cherry on top of our kit sundae.
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While your local shop might not have all of these pieces in stock (but they totally should), if they can get All-City, they can definitely order you in whatever you need. 

We think that this is the best work we've ever done when it comes to designing a stretchy riding ensemble, and want to give a huge shoutout to Kyle and Sean for making them look so dang good.

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Happy riding.

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