Looking for Yoeleo equivalent of apparel

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gurk700
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Looking for Yoeleo equivalent of apparel

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I want premium quality, race fit, plain black, light for summer weather cycling jerseys and bibs that won’t set me back $800+. Pretty much all my jerseys and bibs are either trashed or soon to be so getting 3 of each and I’d like to save some cash.

Any suggestions?

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LouisN
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Re: Looking for Yoeleo equivalent of apparel

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Jackroo is nice.
Nova Jersey and especially Solar Pro bib shorts are pretty good quality.
if you buy 2 or more, the price is interesting. PLus you can have your own design.
A few Conti teams use their apparel.
https://www.jakroo.com/
EDIT: Juck checked Yoeleo apparel website :shock: You're really looking for $13. ''premium quality'' shorts and jerseys :? ?

Louis :)

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For jerseys, try the Spexcel solid color jerseys on Aliexpress.

Very good quality and fit (as good as or even better than Rapha Pro Team IMHO), very cheap (1/10th price of Rapha).

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+1 for spexcel. +1 fir jakroo
I currently use jakroo team kit and have 0 complaints. Theblackbibs.com is also a good value.

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WW has really rised a bar of its standards on their top quality requirements!

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....don't buy shit kit my guy... I'll repossess your Tarmac.

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Buy one pair of Assos bibs and wash them after every ride. You’ll be a lot happier and more comfortable.

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My team kit are made by Monton, pretty good.

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DHB Aeron kit is very good value, especially the Speed range.

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dudemanppl wrote:
Wed Apr 17, 2019 8:49 am
....don't buy shit kit my guy... I'll repossess your Tarmac.
:lol:









(gotta pry it off my dead hands cause I love it :twisted: )

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You won't love it if you ride around wearing shit kit.

+1 for the DHB stuff. Very good quality for the money, but not yoeleo prices....

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You have spent how much on that bike, but now want to skimp on kit?

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Was impressed with Bontrager kit posted in another thread, their sale or outlet price might tempt you.

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Check out http://theblackbibs.com.

Basic kit in simple colors. Inexpensive, but well made.
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Gearjunkie wrote:
Wed Apr 17, 2019 5:14 am
For jerseys, try the Spexcel solid color jerseys on Aliexpress.

Very good quality and fit (as good as or even better than Rapha Pro Team IMHO), very cheap (1/10th price of Rapha).
I received mine today and just gave it a try in front of the mirror. It looks good and fit is really good. But that arm band rubber is extremely tight and small. It felt like restricting a lot of blood flow in my arms. I'll try to stretch it over the night and try how it fits in the morning. Hopefully elasticity will not be completely gone.

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