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Rocky Mountain Rags- What Active Kids Wear!

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  • MSRP: $44.95
  • Sizes: Fits Kids 12mo up to XXL (12-14)
  • Materials: 100% Polyester Coolmax® mesh fabric

Cycling is a new concept for my son. Don't get me wrong, he's been on and around bikes since he could hold up his own head but cycling on his own and with his own gear is a big and sometimes scary step for him. Luckily, Rocky Mountain Rags is here to help! By providing fun and unique cycling jerseys that appeal to kids, my little one is more willing to throw one on, store things in the pockets and ride with us more often!

Just when we thought this company couldn't get any cooler, we remember that they are based here in Colorado. AWESOME! A key part to keeping their kiddos active with them was to make sure they were comfortable in what they were wearing. They focus on quality and durability of their products which, if your kids are like mine, is exactly what they need!

We recently went on a road trip to Montana and enjoyed a cycling adventure through Glacier National Park. This was the perfect opportunity to wear his jersey, store some items in the back pockets, and really feel like a cyclist!

It was a little chilly during the ride!

 The jersey is 100% polyester and has a 3/4 zip on front and three small pockets in the back. Although it was a little chilly, he was able to pose for a few shots after the ride!

He must really like it! A backwards, upside down thumbs up! WOW! 😉

We really liked the Bear Camouflage print and searching for the hidden bear paw logo! Cody's input on the jersey was "I liked the three pockets on the back the best because, you know, when you are out on a ride, you can put special treasures in there like cool rocks. Plus, if you don't have the water bottle thing on your bike, you can put a water bottle in a pocket!"

Well said son, well said!

Adventure On!

~MtnMama

 

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