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Kick It Up Skirt

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Size Chart

Kick It Up Skirt

WOMENX-SmallSmallMediumLargeX-Large
Waist24-26"26-28"28-30"30-33"33-36"
Hip33-35"35-37"37-39.5"39.5-42.5"42.5-45.5"
Size Chart

Kick It Up Skirt

WOMENX-SmallSmallMediumLargeX-Large
Waist24-26"26-28"28-30"30-33"33-36"
Hip33-35"35-37"37-39.5"39.5-42.5"42.5-45.5"

Kick up the sides on this little number and transform the Kick It Up Skirt into a comfortable, form-fitting performance piece, ready for any ride or high-output activity. When you’re done, release the sides and enjoy apres activities in style.
Size
Color
Black
Centennial Blue
Description

Created with lightweight, breathable fabric, the Kick It Up Skirt is great for pulling over your cycling liner or running tights. Perform at your best while feeling “technically” fashionable during and after your ride.

Fabric

Premium Fabric: 86% Polyester, 14% Spandex

Details
  • Adjustable fit system
  • Comfortable, stretch-woven and 4-way stretch knit waist fabric
  • Wide, comfortable waistband that is flattering and not restricting
  • Internal Key/card pocket in waistband
  • Compatible with our Liberator Liner
Fit

Performance Fit:
This super versatile skirt is made with a highly breathable, 4-way stretch fabric and has super comfortable yoga-style waistband to provide superior comfort. Given the trim fit, it is suggested to go a size larger if between sizes.

Model Information: 

Black

Lara is 5'6" and wearing a size small

Waist: 27.5"

Hips: 36.5"

Centennial Blue

Jenn is 5'4" and wearing a size small

Waist: 25"

Hips: 36"


Customer Reviews
4.6 Based on 7 Reviews
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    HS
    07/14/2020
    Happy S.
    Fun skirt with multiple functions

    I use my skirt over my chamois pants when on a longer bike ride. It is comfortable and fun to be able to kick it up to ride then I kick it down when off my bike in the coffee shop or grabbing a bite to eat. I also use it with my swim suit while out on the boat or when going to the pool. I ordered the extra large to make sure it was long enough for I am a 58 yo who likes the outdoors for fun. It is loose in the waist but I expected that for I wanted length. I am 5’6”/170 lbs and like the large in other eleven pine clothing.

    S
    01/27/2020
    Suzan
    Great skirt

    I like wearing a skirt over my tights and chamois when I cycle. I feel more comfortable especially if my ride includes a meal or coffee stop. I also feel more comfortable in the bike shop before and after group rides. How about some more colors?

    ELEVENPINE

    Thanks for the review, Suzan. I'll relay your message on more colors for the Kick It Up, that seems to be a common response lately. Keep on enjoying!

    J
    08/22/2019
    Julie
    So-so

    I purchased a liner a few years ago, really liked it (nice padding and the legs don't creep up) and wanted another one so when I saw the offer of a liner with the "kick-it-up" skirt I ordered them. I ordered the same size as the first liner and again, I loved the liner but the skirt was tight in the hips and just didn't feel good. I easily exchanged it for the next larger size which fits better in the hips but the waist is big. There is a drawstring that is in the middle of the band but all it does is bunch up the material, it doesn't cinch the waist; as long as I don't mind it loose and sitting on my hips it's OK but not a good design to me. Also, unless I tie a knot in the strings (maybe I'm supposed to?) the skirt does not stay "kicked-up", it works it's way down and will get caught and stuck over the bike seat and then I look like I don't know how to get off a bike; I have to "kick-it-up" at every stop. I've kept the skirt and I do wear it but I'm not completely sold on it and I wouldn't order another one.

    ELEVENPINE

    Hi Julie - thanks for your review and honest feedback. We're of course always trying to improve our products and the skirt you have. We will relay this information to our design team so they can look to address for future models. We appreciate it.

    C
    08/16/2016
    Cynthia
    Cute skirt!

    I wear my skirt mostly when I road bike. I like that I can wear it over bike shorts or tights. I also wore it recently when I completed my first triathlon during the bike and run portion. I'm sure I had the cutest outfit out there!

    ELEVENPINE

    Thanks for your review, Cynthia! So glad you're enjoying the Kickitup and congratulations on your first triathlon. That's super exciting. Cheers, Ryan at ELEVENPINE

    L
    08/08/2016
    Lowrey
    Cute and comfy

    I was skeptical, as I'm not 19 anymore, but I look great in this skirt over the Liberator Liner. A perfect little number for styling off the bike, and it's thin enough to stash anywhere. I only wish it bad a bigger space to stash something larger than a chap stick. There is a little key slip in the waistband which might be expanded along the waist to house a CC, DL and $20 bill. This skirt makes it fun to stop somewhere for a bite or a drink as I look cute, not like a frump in cycling shorts. Thanks!

    ELEVENPINE

    THANKS, Lowrey! We're glad you're also enjoying the Kickitup Skirt. We appreciate the feedback for adding an expanded pocket. Thanks again and keep on enjoying your skirt. Cheers, Ryan at ELEVENPINE

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