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Old 04-30-08, 12:44 PM   #1
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Official 50+ Jersey order thread

NOTE: I've sent of the order. I'll update here in the thread.

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Old 04-30-08, 12:54 PM   #2
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Is there any description of what the jackets & vests are like?
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Do we need to PM you to place the order or do you want to do it here?
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Vest and jacket
Wind Jackets and Wind Vests are made from our exclusive CS WindGuard fabric. CS WindGuard is a lightweight shell fabric that is both wind and water resistant. Perfect for cool weather conditions, garmets made with CS WindGuard can be easily removed and stored in a jersey pocket.
Vest:
mesh back
high collar
separate side panels

Jacket
high collar
single rear zipper pocket
zippered arm pits for increase ventilation
separate side panels
dual YKK zipper
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Do we need to PM you to place the order or do you want to do it here?
Send me the PayPal payment with your order info (as described above). That's your order.
I'll post a conformation table here, in my opening message.
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Vest and jacket
Wind Jackets and Wind Vests are made from our exclusive CS WindGuard fabric. CS WindGuard is a lightweight shell fabric that is both wind and water resistant. Perfect for cool weather conditions, garmets made with CS WindGuard can be easily removed and stored in a jersey pocket.
Vest:
mesh back
high collar
separate side panels

Jacket
high collar
single rear zipper pocket
zippered arm pits for increase ventilation
separate side panels
dual YKK zipper

Are they long in the back?
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Long in back? Hard to tell from their photos.
Here's their example jacket. I haven't seen one "in the wild"
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Curtis you have cash and 1 order. Lp
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We are up to 3 total already. Being the worried guy I am I feared not hitting the minimum. Now I think it won't be a problem.
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Just an endorsement for the jersey. Ordered one last go round. Happened to wear it on last weekend's tune-up ride for AOMM. At the top of the Howard's Gap climb (the hardest one on this particulaar ride), several of my fellow riders were catching our breath beforing turning around to head back down and return to the start. One guy said "I need one of those. But you don't look old enough to be wearin' it."
I replied, "I'm 52, and proud of every year!". Wear one of these and let 'em know who you (we) are!!!
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I just sent $$ to your PayPal Curtis. Thanks for taking this on.
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My payment has been made.....Please take note of my shipping instructions.

Thanks for going through this whole thing again.
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Old 04-30-08, 08:56 PM   #13
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I've added a chart at the top of the first message. Please check it a day or two after you order (I'll update it reasonably often) and make sure I got your info right, and that it is there.
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Thanks so much Curtis for taking this on, monies sent for 1 mens and 1 womens jersey.

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Sadly, we abandoned our paypal account several years ago after an identity theft issue. I'm sure the system is fixed, but my wonderful husband will not agree to starting a new account.

Life will go on without a jersey. If, by any chance, someone with an account would accept a money order from me in advance of an order, I will place one through them. I would also pay for all shipping costs and send a self addressed envelope for mailing the jersey to me. If that anyone has plans to be in the Gettysburg area, I can also offer a Civil War expert guided tour of the battlefield. And pie.
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Great! We just made the minimum reorder. I'll sleep better now.
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Ok, If I can believe what Paypal is telling me, I'm in for one short sleeve jersey (club fit).

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Yup! Got mine in short sleeve jersey. can't wait
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ajk03, got your payment.
DanoC, I don't see anything from you yet.
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Curtis--

Order just placed and payment sent.

Thank you for taking the time and effort to make this happen again!
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Ordered another jersey, also I couldn't resist the wind jacket

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Curtis,

Does the vest and jacket have the same design and color of the jersey?
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I just ordered a short sleeve, extra large, club cut jersey. What about shipping costs? Does the $60 include this?

Thank you for doing this. What fun! (For us - probably not as much for you.)
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Curtis,

Does the vest and jacket have the same design and color of the jersey?
Exactly. The jacket will look like a long sleeve jersey, the vest a lot like a sleeveless jersey.
We will be absolutely smashing in our coordinated ensembles.
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Perfect!

Father's Day is coming up. I mostly just wanted to bump it up and to print it off for my kids. Incidentally, I realize it will probably not come till after Father's Day and I don't care.
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