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Bicycling: Pactimo Apex Mountain Bike Collection Review

September 16, 2016

Bicycling: Pactimo Apex Mountain Bike Collection Review

Simple mountain bike gear for technical trails

by Matt Phillips / Bicycling Magazine

When a clothing company’s motto includes “raised on the road,” it might not be the first place you would think to look for mountain bike gear. But Colorado-based Pactimo is growing up, and, as it does, continuing to expand its offerings. The brand was founded in 2003 as a custom-only house, adding stock designs in 2012. For 2016, it's offering a small mountain bike collection called Apex.

The Apex line consists of four pieces—short and long sleeve jerseys, a baggy short, and a bib liner—in men’s and women’s cuts, manufactured in Pactimo’s factory. The clothes are simple in design, technology, and priced in the mid-range; we’re not talking about 7Mesh or Kitsbow here.

I recently received a collection of Apex and have worn it on a few rides. Here are my initial impressions...

Read the rest of the review on Bicycling.com » 

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