Twin Six Jerseys

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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

Anybody own a Twin Six jersey? Curious about fit / quality.

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Leviathan
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by Leviathan

Ive got a couple. Fit is comfy/big, to say the least. L fits me and Im a fat bastard. Construction is average, not bad, nor great. Bid short pads nothing to write home about.

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by dha

Strange fit, narrower across shoulders for me compared to same size from other manufacturers (even the Italian ones)

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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

Really appreciate the honest feedback guys, I'll steer clear.

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by itsacarr

I have quite a few of their jerseys and I haven't had any issues with them. For the most part I believe they are made by Voler so they are made in the states which is nice but the fit is pretty similar to a Voler jersey. They also have the new "standard" jerseys which are a bit nicer and have a lighter more comfortable fit.

I would say just make sure you get the proper sizing to get the proper fit. But all jerseys fit different - I just dig some of the designs - and the Dopers Suck :)

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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

Hmm...I found a shop close by who stocks them, maybe I'll try one on. They do really have some cool designs.

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by Johnny Rad

IMHO, Twin Six jerseys are 100% good to go.
Durable and good looking (of course that's personal).

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