Attaquer women's kit review: three key pieces from the boutique Aussie brand

A silky jersey from the Erosion Collection, luxe bibs and a practical gilet

Woman cyclist wearing Attaquer jersey and bib shorts
(Image credit: Kristin Jenny)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Aussie brand Attaquer brings luxury to all of its pieces, from their construction to their comfort. The clothing runs quite a bit small, though, so be sure to size up and order carefully.

Reasons to buy
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    Jersey and bibs are buttery soft

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    Well-padded chamois

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    Jersey is light and breathable

Reasons to avoid
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    Runs small

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Attaquer’s Erosion collection jersey paired with the Race bib short make for a luxurious - and expensive - combination when gearing up for a long ride on the road or gravel trail.

While the bibs fit true to size, Attaquer’s tops all run a size smaller than advertised, limiting size-inclusivity with their XXS-XL jersey sizes and making purchasing a bit of a guessing game. Is fussing with Attaquer’s sizes and prices worth the hassle? Our thoughts below.

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