Stolen Goat Epic women's cycling jersey review

A lightweight, close fit jersey made for QOM stalking and aero gains

Stolen Goat Epic women's cycling jersey
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Stolen Goat has combined the very on-trend fade print with the sort of material that (race) cyclist's dreams are made of: it's soft, stretchy and the close fit creates a QOM ready aero silhouette. Be warned: the delicate material does show up anything you're wearing underneath, and pocket space was not high on the agenda here.

Reasons to buy
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    Soft, stretchy material

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    Close fit

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    Fade print

Reasons to avoid
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    Limited pocket space

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    Waistband rolled up a bit

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The Stolen Goat Epic women's cycling jersey was selected for an Editor's Choice award in 2020. This year's list contains 78 items which scored a 9 or 10/10 with our tech team - this gear is the best of the best, and has received the Cycling Weekly stamp of approval. 

Stolen Goat is one of a plethora of relatively new and trendy clothing brands that share a common talent for combining zany prints with an impressive ability to harness the power of social media. However, whilst on occasion the reality behind the well presented image and actual performance throws up a bit of a disconnect, in the case of Stolen Goat, what you see is what you get.

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Michelle Arthurs-Brennan

Michelle Arthurs-Brennan the Editor of Cycling Weekly website. An NCTJ qualified traditional journalist by trade, Michelle began her career working for local newspapers. She's worked within the cycling industry since 2012, and joined the Cycling Weekly team in 2017, having previously been Editor at Total Women's Cycling. Prior to welcoming her daughter in 2022, Michelle raced on the road, track, and in time trials, and still rides as much as she can - albeit a fair proportion indoors, for now.