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Old 01-12-07, 01:14 PM   #1
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Must-have jersey?

I was perusing the various websites that sell cycling jerseys and have found some that I must have. I came across a couple that might interest this forum:



Keirin bike t-shirt (wraps around the shirt)


One that's next on my list is this one:


Chicagoans might appreciate this one:




Anybody else found a jersey or shirt they just gotta have?
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Old 01-12-07, 01:17 PM   #2
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Anything wool and/or swobo. As long as I don't have to pay for it.
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Old 01-12-07, 01:33 PM   #3
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Cheap! Merino!

http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...nter%20Apparel

I found a merino base layer at my local thrift for $4. If it had pockets in the back it'd be perfect.
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Old 01-12-07, 03:25 PM   #4
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Semi-fitted eh? that usually means the arms and shoulders fit me and the waist/belly is flopping around all over the place.

Too bad, I'm a wool convert and will need to find some stuff when it gets warmer (already have my winter wool).
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wool molteni arcore

too bad it's a million bux

This fat tire ls has to be the best deal going
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I like my Jittery Joe's. My brother was a sponsor last year, and that was my B-Day gift.

Only downside is that I get asked if I ride for them a lot.
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My LBS has a Bergamo jersey that looks super nice. I just can't afford it.
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I'd like to get a Harris Cyclery shop jersey out of gratitude for all the great free advice I've received from Sheldon here on BF, on his site, and from the great one directly.

Unfortunately they seem be down to just one, and it's a medium.
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i've got this one
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I likey the argyle, but I can't justify spending 70 bucks on one. Every jersey I own was either a hand me down or a super closeout bin special.
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I'm not this dude, but I have this jersey. V cool jersey, v cool shop.
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Where can buy that keirin bike shirt form the top of this?
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theres some bergamo jerseys on ebay right now for super cheap. i just bought two for 42$ total. they make super good stuff.
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wow, i want.
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wow, i want.
got mine for around 40 on ebay
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got mine for around 40 on ebay
good deal. i'm definitely going to have do some e-bay searching, and hopefully find a size that fits me; or just do t-shirt surgery on it.
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wow, i want.
I have this one also. thing is, it is actually kinda loose like a mountain bike jersey.
Does anyone know how to shrink a jersey down?
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DA BEARS! Where can i find the Old Style jersey?????
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I have this one also. thing is, it is actually kinda loose like a mountain bike jersey.
Does anyone know how to shrink a jersey down?
Gain 40 pounds
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wool molteni arcore

too bad it's a million bux

This fat tire ls has to be the best deal going

I have the New Belgium wool jersey. It is very nice, and the little beer patch is a nice detail. The price is hard to beat for Merino. I would love to find enough people locally to go in for a bulk order from Portland Cylewear (where I believe the New Belgium jersey is made).

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I always liked the Speed Racer jerseys
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I would love to find enough people locally to go in for a bulk order from Portland Cylewear (where I believe the New Belgium jersey is made).

Wish you hadn't mentioned that site... now I'm stuck trying to figure out how to get enough people to buy something.
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I would love to find enough people locally to go in for a bulk order from Portland Cylewear.
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