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  • "£59 (£49 for short sleeve)" I assume they are still the same price...

  • I launched my website a couple days ago and I'm planning on getting some jerseys made pretty soon. What are peoples thoughts on this design? I feel like it would look way nicer once its actually on and printed.

  • Not convinced on the collar stripes, but other than that definately would

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  • ditched the stripe down the front and round the neck. Definitely looks much nicer.

  • Looks really nice, definitely better without the collar stripes.
    Just had a look through your website, what does the kanji on the matsu slub tee say? I have no knowledge of Japanese past my own name!

  • 'forever' or 'perpetual'. That kind of thing.

  • That 1948 Condor kit is actually genuinely stylish, and sensibly priced too. Want!

    The only problem is, the smallest size is small, and as I'm 28" waist / 34" chest that's far too big for me.

    Particularly frustrating as their size guide shows the measurements for XS and XXS :(

  • I'm looking for a top/jersey that looks really casual but has proper sized pockets on the back. So far I've found a Giro New Road jersey and a Vulpine Merino Button jersey. Is there anything else I should be considering? They're both rather expensive too.


    http://www.alwaysriding.co.uk/giro-new-r­oad-ride-crew-pockets-2338.html


    http://www.alwaysriding.co.uk/vulpine-me­rino-button-jersey-1315.html

  • The combination of casual looking plus real pockets seems unusual - plenty of nice ones without pockets or with one tiny one. Only these two have the real deal?

  • @12ounce maybe orange logo on the front and orange zipper? add a bit more colour to it without going overboard :)

  • there's these

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cinelli-Cycling-­Tee-Shirt-WITH-3-POCKETS-Bike-T-Shirt-/1­81433143089?pt=US_Cycling_Clothing&hash=­item2a3e420f31

    I have one in black. It's hardly 'luxe' like the merino ones above, but then the vulpine is hideously ugly so it's swings and roundabouts really. Those merino t-shirts will deform as soon as you put anything in the pockets too.

  • the one thing that annoys me about that t-shirt is that it's elastic waist, so not entirely flattering.

  • I actually have one of those Cinelli ones, but I forgot that Americans are fat and accidentally bought one far too big for me. Also as you say the cut isn't very good looking, and the fabric isn't the best.

    I think the Vulpine one looks good in blue?

    Hadn't considered the merino pocket structure thing. The Giro one is like 80% polyester and the rest merino which hopefully would make it sturdier. I guess that's the winner so far.

  • I had a Vulpine Merino Jersey and a Torm Sportwool Jersey for my birthday so thought I'd pop on here to add some weight to previous reviews.

    The Vulpine is light and comfy but damned long in the body and frankly getting longer all the time! It's not due to loading the pockets either. The back of the jersey is stretching under the basic weight of the pockets themselves. I've used it for six commutes and washed it twice and it has lost its shape. Would not recommend.

    The Torm is excellent. Fitted, hard wearing, comfy and holding its own. Would and will buy again.

  • I note Wiggle are selling Ted Baker branded cycle friendly clothing.

    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/ted-baker/

    The way I see it, Ted Baker do it now, John Lewis do it after, then Next and eventually we'll all be able to buy nice casual cycle clothing from George at Asda for about a fiver.

  • Wrong thread, straight to anti porn >>>>

  • The Torm is excellent. Fitted, hard wearing, comfy and holding its own. Would and will buy again.

    The T5 long sleeve is superb, lasts well too.

  • interesting, thanks for sharing

  • I launched my website a couple days ago and I'm planning on getting
    some jerseys made pretty soon. What are peoples thoughts on this
    design? I feel like it would look way nicer once its actually on and
    printed.

    Looks really nice. Might work if you break up the block of orange/red for the rear pockets though.

  • A nicely different design from warsaw cycling :

  • ^ This is how I'd look if I tried to do the hipster thing - all the right paraphernalia but just not built for it.

  • I've got 2 Blok Jerseys, arm warmers and the bibs, they look great, but the jersey material could be better, impressed with the bibs for the price

  • ^^^He must struggle to keep his upper lip snot-free on rides.

  • @laner picked up a sweet tan on his tour.

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