A simple mantra: discover freedom, explore beyond, forever forward. These six words come together to mean so much more than the sum of their parts, giving us a supportive reminder to never stop pushing ourselves, and continue our endless search for our own adventures. It makes sense then, that Twin Six would want to immortalize this mantra on a clean, classic jersey like the Power of Six Jersey for Men. Giving you an extra spot of motivation when you zip up the jersey, before you hit the pavement to push through the miles ahead.
While the jersey itself may just be able to offer you a few words of support, the Power of Six—like the rest of Twin Six's jerseys is crafted from material that is breathable and lightweight, wicking moisture from your skin to keep you dry. The full-length zipper is hidden to maintain a classic look without sacrificing contemporary functionality, and the back includes a complement of three pockets for enough storage space to keep you fueled as long as you remain in the solid state. And to top it off, its 100% produced in the US with a touch of patriotism and large load refined detail.
Twin Six's jerseys fit between the super-small Italian brands and the looser cut of American mountain bike clothing. If you like a slim, race fit, go for your t-shirt size; for a more commodious, club-ride cut, size up. Either way, the updated sleeve length sits a bit longer, adding some contemporary style to Twin Six's alt-cycling designs.
- A jersey that gives us a mantra to live by
- Synthetic material wicks away sweat and breathes
- Longer sleeves gives you comfortable coverage
- Standard storage for ride essentials
- Cooling airflow is a climbing necessity while we're still in a solid stat
- Item #TWI00CO
- Q & A
Fit is just a bit off, but it's OK
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
This functions as you'd expect - it's basically a nice jersey, no complaints overall. The one odd thing is that here is an extra bulge of cloth over the belly - the belly of the shirt balloons out oddly. It's not too bad and if I had a gut it would fit me just fine, I suppose.