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UnknownOrb 06-01-13 12:34 PM

Cycling Clothes?
 
Hello everyone, I am looking to buy a uniform for cycling, A team kit with the shirt and shorts. I live in Ontario, Canada. Can you wonderful people recommend a good online store for me? Thanks.

Also how do the clothes fit? I am a medium fit for regular T-shirts and a large for regular shorts. (I have big gauds) :rolleyes:

Homebrew01 06-01-13 12:37 PM

Search "Online store" and check titles only and you should get plenty of reading

UnknownOrb 06-01-13 12:46 PM

I'm looking for Pro team kits, with all the sponsors and stuff on them. I cant seem to find them anywhere.

Velo Dog 06-01-13 12:49 PM

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Originally Posted by UnknownOrb (Post 15692551)
I'm looking for Pro team kits, with all the sponsors and stuff on them. I cant seem to find them anywhere.

If the team doesn't provide them, I'd be embarrassed to wear them. It's like putting on pads and a helmet to play football with your kids in the park.

JamisJeff 06-01-13 12:56 PM

I had a hard time finding any Jamis team apparel or otherwise. I finally found a team long sleeve jersey and pants for cool weather riding on www.ebay.com. It was from Asia somewhere and was reasonably priced so I had my reservations. But I checked the user rating and paid with PayPal and it turned out to be a great transaction. The fit and finish we're too notch and I was pleased. So check out ebay for the hard to find stuff.

clausen 06-01-13 01:13 PM

http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/
http://www.probikekit.ca/home.dept

sfrider 06-01-13 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Velo Dog (Post 15692556)
If the team doesn't provide them, I'd be embarrassed to wear them. It's like putting on pads and a helmet to play football with your kids in the park.

As a kid I used to play pickup ice hockey more or less every day during winter. We always wore whatever gear we could afford, plus jerseys of our favorite teams or players. There's nothing strange or odd about donning a pro sports jersey when playing with your kids in the park. The kids in particular will love it.

Davinci.. 06-01-13 09:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Velo Dog (Post 15692556)
If the team doesn't provide them, I'd be embarrassed to wear them. It's like putting on pads and a helmet to play football with your kids in the park.

yeah... cuz no one ever wears jerseys of their favorite sports teams.. imagine if they did.. lol such posers...

Canadian_giant 06-03-13 06:55 AM

www.mec.ca (Mountain Equipment Coop). They ship to your door and have plenty of great stuff.


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