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Old 06-25-11, 07:17 PM   #1
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Found a Good Cheap T Shirt

Just found a good cheap T Shirt for seven bucks - Yes I know its not a bike shirt - But I can't afford those and these will do...

Got one for each color of my bikes - (not so happy with shipping costs but still worth it)

http://soccer.epicsports.com/prod/77...r-jerseys.html
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Those Champion C9 athletic shirts at Target seem similar. They start around $10 and can often be found on the discount rack for less.
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Old 06-25-11, 08:19 PM   #3
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Looks nice.

It reminds me of the old Star Trek joke: " The good news is you will be on the away team, The bad news is the Captain has assighned you to wear the red shirt"
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I actually prefer generic athletic shirts to cycling jerseys. I love the back pockets that jerseys have, but I can't stand the snug fit, it drives me batty.
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I've gotten used to the athletic shirts at the local Kohl's. Cheaply made, but they still wick well, and do come in lighter colors. They frequently go on sale for about $14, then with another30% off (it pays to christmas shop there), gets you under $10.
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Here, they have a Ross Dress for Less....you can get the Dri-Fit by Nike, Reebok, etc for about $8-$10, and I do, not needing the pockets in the summer. I also wear the sleeveless Champions from Target, great bike jerseys for hot summer days.

My favorite long-sleeve jerseys don't have pockets, either. The long-sleeve running jersey from last year's Chicago Marathon is my favorite, and an Asics running jersey. For some reason, they feel better than long-sleeve bike jerseys.

I prefer a wedge bag that holds what I need, and simply am not big on filling jersey pockets up. I sometimes prefer the longer bike jerseys to avoid the plumber effect that sometimes happens with the shorter T's.
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There's also AlertShirts. HiViz colors, reflective striping and performance fabrics. Short/long sleeve, jackets, vests and windbreakers.
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