Simple Design, Bright Jerseys

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by MattSoutherden

I'm looking for something with a good vibrant/bright colour for visibility, but not plain hi-viz.

I recently got a Sportful Pista jersey for commuting and training.


Looking for something nice for long rides.

POC do their AVIP and Raceday stuff


Any other brands do clean simple designs like this?


p.s. Bonus points for matching socks.
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by fuzzydunlop

Panache has some nice, bright jerseys with cool designs. They also sell cool socks

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by benzebub

Rapha is the obvious candidate, especially the club and brevet jerseys.

the new adidas jerseys come in some hi viz colours (bought the orange climacool jersey myself: light weight, great for hot weather, fit is on the big size, I had to size down one size)

dhb has some designs you might like
But I could be wrong

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by KheSanh

I’m a tight git so these are the brands I seem to buy when I see a deal to be had:

Merlin Wear

Ah I also forgot my winter stuff is mainly from Aldi. I apologise now to the fashion conscious folk who wouldn’t be seen dead in Aldi stuff but it does me well, great value and is ideal for my commute to work.

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by Tapeworm

I'm a tad biased as I know the guy that runs this business but the gear is very good and might fit the style you're looking for, clean bright kit:-
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by KheSanh

Bought a couple of these from the local Aldi last night for £8 each. Got a size smaller and fit is pretty good and for £8 they are very good quality and will be fine for turbo sessions and short training rides etc: ... 705152.jpg Also bought a couple of pairs of cycling shorts (not bibs) which I’ll use for turbo sessions rather than my good bibs.

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