There are plenty of bike jersey options are available for riders of all styles. Tight, loose and everything in between. Mace Gear is Norco’s freeride apparel and accessory brand that’s driven by the likes of Ryan Leech and Jay Hoots. The Perimeter Jersey is fairly simple, but has some twists to it.

Mace Perimeter Jersey Features:

  • Sublimated graphics won’t fade or crack
  • Breathable mesh rear panel to keep you cool and comfortable
  • 100% polyester with wicking bamboo charcoal
  • Wicking quick dry and antimicrobial treatment
  • Colors: Black, White-Lime (tested), Chili-Charcoal
  • MSRP: $69 USD

Mace Perimeter Jersey Review

Heading out this Spring, I’ve been wearing a couple of pieces from Mace Gear: the Perimeter Jersey and Mirage Glove. I’ve been impressed with the overall quality of these products and know they come from rider-influenced designs. I mean, how could Ryan Leech lead anyone astray, right?

The Perimeter feels soft next-to-skin and features a comfortable cut, but not overly-baggy. I wore the size Medium and found it to be plenty long and comfortable enough on long rides. With or without a hydration pack, it did a great job wicking moisture. Much of that is due to the large triangular mesh back panel. That panel is pretty sweet as the temps increase and sweat needs somewhere to go.

Anti-microbial qualities are good overall. I could wear the jersey on a couple of rides without noticing too much of a stink. Anything beyond that is not recommended. The stretch of the fabric does allow you to wear it on top of armor (if that’s your thing).

Good Perimeter

  • Breathable back mesh aired things out well
  • Comfortable fit
  • Stylish for on/off rides

Bad Perimeter

  • A little spendy
  • Finding a retailer may be difficult

Bottom Line: Mace Perimeter Bike Jersey

A cool twist on a comfortable bike jersey, the Perimeter breathes well and serves up casual style for the park or trail.

Buy Now: Find Bike Jerseys at JensonUSA

About Author

A Seattle native, Jason developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 --sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.

1 Comment

  1. Pingback: » Blog Archive » Perimeter Jersey Review on Feedthehabit.com

Leave A Reply

Complete this question: * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.