Kit maker Voler shows off new MTB clothing

American made, ride ready, and available for XC or trail riding

Apparel Sea Otter Classic

2016 Sea Otter Classic

Voler always runs a fantastic overstock jersey sale at the Sea Otter Classic.

Voler always runs a fantastic overstock jersey sale at the Sea Otter Classic (click to enlarge).

Located just south of San Luis Obispo, California, Voler has been manufacturing custom cycling apparel since the 1980s. For the majority of their existence, this boutique brand focused on the road cycling market, more specifically on custom team kits. Now Voler has made the jump into the mountain bike market.

The Switchback Jersey and Trail Short makes for a great looking, durable pairing.

The Switchback jersey and Trail short make a good-looking pair (click to enlarge).

The Switchback jersey comes in an XC and trail model, featuring a half-zip and a V-neck style, respectively. The trail model is pocket-free and features a loose fitting design. The XC is slimmer fitting and has a deep set of three rear pockets for easy storage without a pack. Both are priced at $65.

Meanwhile, the Voler Trail short is a durable, deep pocketed short that features a classic design that most of us would be happy to wear to the grocery store on an off-day, too. Voler says that its focus on this short was getting the gusset right to prevent hang ups when jumping in and out of the saddle in more aggressive riding situations. MSRP on the Trail short is $89.

These racks promise great deals and unique finds that will ensure the wearer some standout colorways at the local pump track.

These racks promise great deals and unique finds that will ensure the wearer some standout colorways at the local pump track (click to enlarge).

For more information visit www.voler.com.

This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2016 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. For more from Sea Otter CLICK HERE.

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About the author: Dillon Caldwell

Dillon Caldwell is a native of Bend, Oregon with a big heart for the sport of cycling. He grew up to be a successful junior cross-country racer but got hooked on road racing during his time at the University of Oregon, where he ran the school's club cycling team for several years. He now spends the majority of his time as a road racer for both the Audi and the Canyon Bicycles - Shimano racing teams on the regional and the national scales, respectively. On the side, he is a mountain bike tour guide for Cog Wild, a cycling coach for Wenzel Coaching, a member of the board of directors for the Tour des Chutes cancer charity, and a passionate writer.


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  • dan says:

    I wear Voler Black Label bibs under whatever ripstop nylon shorts or four-way stretch shorts, and that is mega-mile all day comfort happiness. Customer service is above and beyond awesome. *no, I am not affiliated with Voler

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