Saturday 20th October 2018,

Moxie Cycling Women’s Ella T-Back Jersey

Moxie Cycling Women’s Ella T-Back Jersey

Like most women, I always appreciate when outdoor apparel created for women not only looks stylish but also fits and performs well. Moxie Cycling’s line of cycling apparel, designed for and by women, is dedicated to this trifecta, and the Moxie Cycling Women’s T-Back Jersey is just one stellar example.

I prefer wearing tanks over short-sleeved jerseys, so I love the sleek look and cycling features of the Moxie Cycling Women’s T-Back Jersey. The modest scoop neck in the front maintains coverage and support during intense spin classes and TRX workouts, while the t-back adds sporty flair and allows for unrestricted shoulder movement. The longer length of the jersey ensured there was no dreaded gap exposed between my bike shorts and the jersey. Overall, its slimming, athletic cut, slightly shiny poly/spandex fabric, and ergonomic seams combine beautifully for a flattering, svelte, and comfortable fit.

Performance-wise, the Moxie Cycling Women’s T-Back Jersey is built for cycling. The poly/spandex fabric wicks away sweat like a champ. The built-in support bra is robust and has removable cups that are easy to get in, out, and unbunched after a wash. The three-pocket area in the back holds cycling essentials such as energy gels, smartphones, and gloves. There’s even a hidden zipper pocket underneath the three-pockets that’s large enough for me  to stash thin layers. I can’t wait to hit the singletrack in this once mud season’s over!

The Moxie Cycling Women’s T-Back Jersey is available for women in sizes XS – XXL, in several patterns and colors: Cadence, Deco, Tonal, Freestyle, Azure, Iris, and Hi Vis. The “Ella” color I tried was a charcoal grey base covered with fun geometric patterns of lime green, teal, and purple, which color-coordinated well with my Moxie Cycling Women’s Merino Bolero. The jersey fit true to size for me, with a slim, athletic fit.

Bottom Line: A breathable, stylish tank-style cycling jersey made specifically for and by women.

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About The Author

Leslie Steen is an outdoor and environmental writer based in Jackson, WY. After spending much of her twenties as a climbing and skiing bum in some of the finest outdoors towns of the West, her love of writing and conservation work led her to her current role as Communications Manager at the Jackson Hole Land Trust. Leslie has worked as an Outward Bound instructor, retail gear slinger, snowboard instructor, Alpinist Film Festival producer, field biologist, snow reporter, and natural science communications specialist, experiences which collectively inform her opinions on gear. Her favorite activities are powder skiing, alpine rock climbing, mountain biking, and trail running in the mountains of the Greater Yellowstone.

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