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Old 05-02-03, 01:57 PM
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Domina Vacanze team outfit

I recently bought a Domina Vacanze team outfit (jersey and bibshort)... you know, the cool zebra outfit ;-)

I really like the outfit, but i am now looking for a pair of matching arm warmers (or maybe also legwarmers) also with the zebra print..

Anybody know a store which sells those? Most (online) stores i checked only sell the jersey and bibshort :-\
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www.bikejerseys.com has white arm warmers...maybe you could take a black marker and draw your own zebra stripes on it? hehe.

either that or since you're actually in Europe break into their team bus during an event and snag a pair, lol...just kidding

hope you find them...
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I dunno about sites in Europe, but worldcycling.com has team kits for most teams. Can't tell you if they have warmers for Cipo's boys or not, but it's worth a shot if you haven't already looked.
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I'd check Specialized to see if they have them. I believe I read somewhere that they were going to carry Domina's team clothing.
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Thanks for your help guys, but no luck yet :-\

I checked out worldcycling.com, and although they don't seem to sell the arm warmers they do sell a lot of other interesting stuff ;-)

So, any other suggestions?
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I've found that www.sportpost.nl has almost EVERY available piece of team gear available, and they're dutch so its in your neck of the woods (world?)

They're working on putting new stuff on their website right now so its a bit screwy but you can shoot out an email to them. If they don't have those zebra warmers no one does.
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I have noticed while clicking on team web sites, that on ocassions that team sells its kits to the general public. Have you tried that?
That is a pretty bold uniform. Congratulations.
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I have checked the Domina Vacanze site, and they do sell kits, they have a lot of 'zebra' stuff, like long sleeved shirts, and they even sells zebra socks..

But unfortunatly no arm or leg warmers :-\
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You may have to wait a few months until new 2003 winter gear gets here. Right now all shipping is summer gear. Winter gear already shipped in tiny quantities and I am sure it is all gone.

Maybe you get lucky and find some left over 2002 winter items.
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D.M.- You have been on the web sites of 'Euroduds' and 'Cycling Store.com.' Two favorites of mine. They carry lots of European kits..
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Domina Vacanze Warmers

They have Domina Vacanze leg warmers at www.cyclingteam.net. No arm warmers - they want you to buy the long sleeved shirt.

You need a European mailing address. US will not work unfortunately
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hmm...zebra stripes eh? not worried at all about looking flamboyant are we? j/k. I think that stuff looks kinda cool, only my coolness doesn't match the coolness of the jerseys, and that would result in a coolness mismatch, which is always bad. A retro 7-11 jersey just might work though...if anybody wants to get one of those for me for christmas, I really wouldn't mind...
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Have you checked probikekit.com or bullteksports.com?
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Congratulations

I am one who usually does not care what people think.I wear what I want while riding..I am proud of my Bonjour team kit..
was a recent thread about how red brings out the comments from rednecks.. But Domina Vacanze..Congratulations on cojones to wear this kit..Please tell me the reaction when you wear this gear to a bank!
I usually am polite, when off the bike and put on some soccer shorts. It is easier that way..
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