Shredly Women’s Clothing Review

Shredly is owned by an amazing lady shredder, Ashley Rankin.  Looking good on a bike is easy for her. She is a ripper!  Ashley is making it easy for the rest of us to look good too! Started just over 5 years ago with a successful Kickstarter campaign, Shredly fills the void that was previously in the marketplace for comfortable, functional and fun mountain bike shorts.

Today, Shredly offers amazing liners, leggings, various length and print shorts as well as tops. Everything is made right here in the USA!

We were lucky enough to test some of her new gear at the Roam Bike Fest earlier this fall in Sedona, AZ.

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Tester Andi Zolton in the SARAH Women’s MTB LONG short (MSRP$ 100) and new prototype jersey for 2018.

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Great fit and just the right amount of stretch.

Here’s what Andi thought of her sweet Shredly gear!

“I can’t think of anything that I don’t like about the SARAH shorts. The fabric is the perfect amount of thickness and stretch, and this particular print is subtle but unique (and also happens to be my favorite Shredly print). The big-ass pocket on the leg is CLUTCH! It fits my huge phone with an Otterbox case on it (easy-access for taking pictures of me and all of my friends on the trail). A slight flare at the bottom of the leg keeps them from riding up over my knee pads. They are tight and loose in all the right places.  When I wear them I feel good about myself. How many pieces of clothing can you say that about?”

“The shoulders are made of a meshy fabric, and the neck-line is lower cut than any cycling jersey I’ve seen.  This makes it a perfect warm/hot weather jersey; a nice change from the high, suffocating neck line of other tops. Stylish cinched fabric on shoulders makes the jersey look less like exercise clothes and more like something I would wear to work at an office job. Feminine and functional.  Bottom line: super cute and stylish, yet functional.”

The Yogacham Liner: (MSRP $65)

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Shredly Yogacham
The Yogacham liner is super comfortable and fits tight, so order one size up if you don’t like it squeezy.

I was lucky enough to try out the Yogacham. I figure I’d spare you the personalized photos of such a piece, so enjoy the website images here instead. You’re welcome!

This is a compression fit liner short that is offered at a great price point for a go-to chamois under all of your shorts, not just your Shredly’s.  They are tight without being restrictive. Offering a comfortable low-rise, wide elastic waistband so they don’t gap or squeeze around the midsection at all.

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The chamois is one of the best I’ve ridden.

Every seam is sleek and flat to prevent chaffing with the added layer of an overshort.  They are made of a highly elastic and stretchy breathable mesh so as not to be too hot or restrictive.

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