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wojchiech
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by wojchiech

Anybody have the super-fitted jerseys like Rapha Pro Team Aero, Jaggad, Attaquer, or the like?

After wearing looser jerseys for years and having them drive me mad flapping in the wind for 8+ hours, I've grown to love a jersey that doesn't flap at all. Sure the aero benefit may be nice but the "mental comfort" of a jersey that fits perfectly is a bigger benefit IMO. I have a Rapha super lightweight jersey that's been a staple for long hot days but still find it too loose for me. Anybody know if the Pro Team Aero jersey fits different?

I've also been wearing an Attaquer normcore jersey that, besides the miniscule back pockets, is the nicest fitting jersey I've worn.

Any brand suggestions/recommendations appreciated. :beerchug:


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micky
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by micky

Giordana top of the range jersey has a slim fitting, but it's the cooler jersey I've ever used for hot summer days.

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by drmutley

wojchiech wrote:Anybody have the super-fitted jerseys like Rapha Pro Team Aero, Jaggad, Attaquer, or the like?

After wearing looser jerseys for years and having them drive me mad flapping in the wind for 8+ hours, I've grown to love a jersey that doesn't flap at all. Sure the aero benefit may be nice but the "mental comfort" of a jersey that fits perfectly is a bigger benefit IMO. I have a Rapha super lightweight jersey that's been a staple for long hot days but still find it too loose for me. Anybody know if the Pro Team Aero jersey fits different?

I've also been wearing an Attaquer normcore jersey that, besides the miniscule back pockets, is the nicest fitting jersey I've worn.

Any brand suggestions/recommendations appreciated. :beerchug:


Rapha aero Proteam fits one size smaller than normal proteam or lightweight/super lightweight.... I had to send mine ba k and size up..,,

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eurperg
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by eurperg

Our club kit:

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7ducati
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by 7ducati

@eurperg - love that. I wish my team's kit looked that nice!
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eurperg
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by eurperg

Thanks 7ducati, I designed that kit and I can design a better one for you team also. ;)

Marin
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by Marin

VICC Kit worn:

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by 7ducati

eurperg wrote:Thanks 7ducati, I designed that kit and I can design a better one for you team also. ;)


Unfortunately, the title sponsor of our team does the kit design, so he has all the control. :x Ours isn't bad, just not as classy or as striking as yours. He is working on a refresh this year, so maybe it will be better.
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Kjetil
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That bike ices it, eurperg. I dig.
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eurperg
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by eurperg

Nice VICC kit Marin!

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bura
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Already applauded Eurperg for the Festka. The kit is also looking good. But these glasses Eurperg! Too small for your face.Similarities to the Beagle Boys in Duck Tales! Here:http://ak-hdl.buzzfed.com/static/2014-08/18/1/enhanced/webdr07/enhanced-10149-1408339039-5.jpg
Being fair I have to mention that a lot of cyclists wear these style/size of glasses and it just looks horrible IMO.
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eurperg
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by eurperg

Bura: They are Oakley Split Jackets with prescriptions. What would you recommend instead? Those are transitions lenses, for sunny days I wear Wayfarers.

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Nefarious86 wrote:...

Love how your phone camera seems to still be an iPhone 3 :lol:

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Eurperg I think the Oakley Eyeshades will fit you perfect. Especially with that bike.
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