The Daily Bike, April 5, 2013

IvaJean_Lifestyle-0358_web 660As a dude who’s never even worn a kilt, let alone a skirt, and as a worker bee whose employment setting is eight steps from his bed, the issue of rideable work clothes isn’t a personal pressing concern, but I know that it is for some of you, especially for those with two X chromosomes. And judging by the reaction to our story, “When Women Wear Bruises to Work,” dovetailing the adventure life with office life isn’t easy for women. But maybe the Reveal Skirt from Iva Jean will help.

The Reveal is made from one of my all-time favorite technical fabrics, Schoeller Drykin, which has a four-way stretch for maximum comfort. The silhouette is a straight, tailored design, but it also unzips in the back to reveal an additional 12 inches of fabric for more movement when you’re riding. And, Iva Jean notes, “The skirt is cut with a higher waist for coverage while biking and uses a side invisible zipper and darting for a tailored fit.”

And, what’s especially awesome: The Reveal and all other Ivan Jean apparel is made in Seattle, U.S. of A.

The Reveal Skirt is $160. For more, visit

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  • mikke pollice

    great news about the skirt being made in the States, but my question is the model she has to be ours!

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