Cady-V Jersey Review in Adventure Cyclist Magazine

Cady-V Jersey Review in Adventure Cyclist Magazine - Publication PhotoThe Cady-V jersey was recently reviewed in the Dec. 2019/Jan. 2020 issue Adventure Cyclist magazine by gear reviewer Berne Broudy. Here’s what Berne had to say about the jersey:

“Colorful without being obnoxious, quick-dry, and soft on the skin with a fit that isn’t clingy: these are a few of the reasons I constantly find myself reaching for Kaden’s Cady-V jersey. Made by a young Vermont-based entrepreneur, this raglan sleeve v-neck synthetic top has a gusset instead of seams under the arms, which prevented chafing. The fit is loose but flattering – the stretchy, buttery-feeling fabric hangs nicely, and thanks to a longer cut in the back, this jersey didn’t ride up under a hydration pack or a fanny pack. I love v-necks and this one in particular. It’s open around the neck, but modest. The Cady-V is available in four colors from bright to subtle.”

You can find the Cady-V jersey in select bike shop retailers as well as in our online store. Click here to start shopping.

Adventure Cyclist is a publication of the Adventure Cycling Association. Learn more at www.adventurecycling.org.

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