Over the past few months, the jerseys and socks have made the rounds in our riding wardrobe. We’ve sweat in them, ran them into bushes and have washed them countless times. Despite all that, they still look new. The Mountain Line MTB Jersey is the subtle Remap offering with blue angular graphics. For those seeking a louder option, the 80’s MTB Jersey features some sweet retro graphics treatments, and bright colors. Party on!
While the fit is slighty tighter than some other options on the market, Remap’s jerseys are comfortable and don’t flap around in the wind. Remap suggests that riders may want to size up, but I was perfectly happy in my normal XL sizing. It’s worth noting though, that I’m tall and skinny. If you’re bulkier or have been getting swole in the gym, then sizing up may be the best call. Regardless, both jerseys were comfortable and breathed well. The wrist cuffs also did a great job keeping the sleeves in place despite wind from maximum shreddage.
While socks can be a polarizing topic, I’ve been very happy in the Remap Devil socks. Their pink color isn’t for everyone, but I’ve gotten more compliments than anything else while wearing them! The reinforced toes and heel add durability, and the flat stitching make them comfortable to wear on long days.
Sure, jerseys and socks are relatively simple, but bad gear can make for a very bad day riding. After lots of time in the Remap kit, we’re happy to pass on the good recommendation based on fit and technical performance. If you like bright colors and designs that stand out from the crowd, Remap is ready to re-do your wardrobe.
80s MTB Jersey: £42.99 ($54.79)
Mountain line Jersey: £38.99 ($49.69)
Devil Socks: £9.99 ($12.73)