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Old 06-11-13, 04:33 AM   #26
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Old 06-11-13, 05:28 AM   #27
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Am I right that we need to order to LARGER of the sizes indicated by the height or the waist? So if one is short but a bit larger in the waist, the waist dictates the size. Similarly if thin but tall, the height would dictate the size. Does that sound right?
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I fit L on capo, bith jersey and bib.

And use medium t-shirts and 33 waist jeans if that helps
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I'm starting a new thread to get all the information in one place, and to get definite expressions of interest before we go forwards.

We can also offer arm warmers, at 27$ each.

All prices will have an additional 6% added on for Kitorder, plus shipping, plus whatever overhead is involved with getting Enjoi a Kit.

Shipping will be around 15-30$ on top of the order, depending on where you live, and how open to bribery with a sram red group you are.

Please Post if you would be interested in purchasing some or all of this in the thread, and what you would want to purchase.

If you have any questions, that's allowed too.
- Arm warmers - each arm, or each set?
- All prices as shown already have the 6% added on for Kitorder, plus shipping, plus whatever overhead is involved with getting Enjoi a Kit?
- You mention shipping twice (above and then $15-$30 again)

How about a sample order of just jersey and bib, plus whatever overhead and shipping might be?
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Jersey/bibs - m/m
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That's old-school and classy. I want one, but I need to save up first. I'll post later on my decision. I just want to compliment the designer on the design as well.

Will there be a second order later? I'd love to get Voler's Freedom Rides kit, but I can only afford one kit...
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I am concerned on the sizing. 45 chest which would dictate an XXL (biggest offered), but then I have read that Capo sizes run small. Ugh...

Can anyone confirm sizing with other brands as a comparison? I own Specialized, P.I., and Craft jerseys/layer now.
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I don't know about their jersey's but the xl bibs I have fit perfectly - I'm at a 34-36 waist, 6' tall.
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I am concerned on the sizing. 45 chest which would dictate an XXL (biggest offered), but then I have read that Capo sizes run small. Ugh...

Can anyone confirm sizing with other brands as a comparison? I own Specialized, P.I., and Craft jerseys/layer now.
Capo Custom goes up to 6XL. Yes, XXXXXXL...
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I don't know about their jersey's but the xl bibs I have fit perfectly - I'm at a 34-36 waist, 6' tall.
To give this deeper context, I usually wear XL and am 36"-38" waist and 6'1".
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I own some capo custom stuff. I'm 5'8" 165lbs athletic build, and I need the L jersey and M bibs. L for the shoulders and arms to fit properly. Mind you this is race fit, so ymmv.

Props to the designer. That's a sweet kit.

I just picked up a few new jerseys and bibs otherwise I'd be all over this.
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I'm not interested in ordering a kit (I have way too many), but just popped in to say I like the design too. Well done!
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Just a question here....possibly $30 shipping for a jersey? I'm interested, but not if shipping is going to bring the price to nearly $100.
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- Arm warmers - each arm, or each set?
- All prices as shown already have the 6% added on for Kitorder, plus shipping, plus whatever overhead is involved with getting Enjoi a Kit?
- You mention shipping twice (above and then $15-$30 again)

How about a sample order of just jersey and bib, plus whatever overhead and shipping might be?
Arm warmers are for the pair.

The prices do not have the 6% added on yet.

It will be 6%+Shipping+Whatever% it will take to get enjoi a Kit.

Shipping depends a lot on where you are and what you order. If you get only a jersey, and live in the states, it's going to be lower on the spectrum. If you live in Bangladesh, and order a Full Kit, then it's going to be a bit pricier.
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I will get a kit if you take off the word "FORUM" from the leg.
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Old 06-11-13, 08:05 PM   #41
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I'm not interested in buying, but also like the design. Though, I would rather see a matching blue bib short instead of the black.
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The other thing is that as of right now, we don't have nearly enough interest to order anything.
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XXL jersey and bibs. All navy would be great
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I'm not interested in ordering a kit (I have way too many), but just popped in to say I like the design too. Well done!
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This is a better suggestion than replacing it for "BFRC". I think when placed together, "BFRC" tries to read more as a word, whereas on the back it comes off more as initials.
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Arm warmers are for the pair.

The prices do not have the 6% added on yet.

It will be 6%+Shipping+Whatever% it will take to get enjoi a Kit.

Shipping depends a lot on where you are and what you order. If you get only a jersey, and live in the states, it's going to be lower on the spectrum. If you live in Bangladesh, and order a Full Kit, then it's going to be a bit pricier.
Thanks. Shipping at $15-$30 is a bit steep. Will stay tuned for all of the details to shake out. I cannot commit to the jersey and bib and then pay an unknown amount for shipping. I know you guys are on the level, so hopefully a solid number can be determined prior to ordering the kits.
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I'm in for one large jersey if the shipping price ends up being more reasonable.
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In for a kit in XXL but would need a final price including shipping before I commit 100%. Shipping would be in the states, near D.C..
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