MSR may be built upon its contributions to off-road riding, but the brand's motocross influence is growing to the point that MSR products are no longer limited to just the woods or the desert. Its new NXT gear, for example, is just as solid slicing through trees as it is being pelted by loamy roost, and this crossover functionality is perfectly suited to the demands of riders like myself who will race on a track one day and ride trails the next.I wore the NXT jersey by itself and under a jacket for both moto and off-road, and each time I was impressed by the overall comfort and feel. MSR's designers really pushed for a racer-inspired fit with the jersey, and this contoured design is what makes it feel natural on the body. The collar and sleeves are super-comfortable and nonrestrictive, while the shoulders and elbows articulate well and don't bunch up while moving. I found the sizing to be spot-on with what I ordered, although the generous cut (aka extra material for more mobility) made for sleeves that were just an inch or two long for my preference. Aside from that, I don't have a single other complaint about this setup, and after over three months of hard riding and regular washing the $49.95 jersey is still holding up great, minus some shredding on the sleeve from a high-speed low-side.