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Old 04-11-16, 11:21 AM
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Any kind of outdoor store like REI would be a great start. Um, slim fit? Not for me either. I did pick up some ( wait for it) XXL slim fit Patagonia woo stuff. Fits me great for I need the longer sleeves and body.
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I buy vented button front shorts from Ebay. Columbia and Patagonia have polyester shirts that are wicking, vented, and wrinkle proof. There are tons of fairly inexpensive shirts to choose from.
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Originally Posted by Aidoneus
Well, if you're set, great! If you're still looking, you might take a look at this wicking, full-button, "dressy" shirt: Men's Urban Pedal Pushers Commuter Dress Shirt
This thread caught my eye since like the OP I will be doing some touring in Europe in a few weeks and was looking for something to double for riding and street wear use. These ATD products looked good and after a couple of emails with their very helpful customer service I ordered a large shirt and small shorts. The front and rear zip pockets on the shirt seemed like a handy feature for passport etc. I'm 5' 10" with a 32-33" waist and the sizes I ordered are the complete reverse for my usual cycling clothes so their sizing seems a bit odd. I'll post a follow up on their fit after I get them.

I have an older REI Sahara Tech shirt and can recommend it for biking with sleeves rolled up but they are a bit short when down and reaching out to the brake hoods. Perhaps a tall size is a better option or maybe the newer versions are cut different.
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