Well Designed/Subtle Jersey Options?

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branding challenged.
kgt wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 6:42 am
https://odd3.cc/shop/minimal-black-jersey-2/

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In Norwegian odd means edge like in knife’s edge, spear’s edge. Odd isn’t it?

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Anyone knows any e-retailer that sells Etxeondo and ship worldwide? I’m in Kuala Lumpur and having hard time getting this brand. They have a line of plain jerseys with nice colour and a reasonable pricing too.

Wiggle carries them but hardly in stock. Bikeinn have them too but i heard Bikeinn is very slow in shipping orders.


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Here's a one-off on a design idea by me, inspired by the works of Angelica Dass. Bioracer adapted the idea with a typically calm Scandinavian design vibe to work on their top of the line Epic jersey platform. I costs the customer NOK 1849,- delivered and from that NOK 500,- is donated to Antirasistisk Senter (Anti Racism Center, a Norwegian organization). On sale for Norwegian customers until 18. June.

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That jersey would be perfect when the temperature starts to rise while the snow is still on the ground (especially the brown line on the back).
Im joking!! :mrgreen:

It looks pretty good and good cause.
You guys should add a chocolate bar as gift together with the jersey.
Im hungry. 😑

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Please note the squares of pink Gaelic skin in the grid!

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Just out of curiosity, who are the new backers?

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Looks like "sublte" is the new trend in just about every brand these days.
I came across this brand the other day and found them pretty well made. Not cheap though:
https://www.pasnormalstudios.com/

Louis :)

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Kjetil wrote:
Fri Jun 12, 2020 8:01 pm
Here's a one-off on a design idea by me, inspired by the works of Angelica Dass.
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That is a very cool design, far better than anything I could come up with, :smartass: but can't help but see a Benjamin Moore paint store color wheel when I look at it. :beerchug:

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Never seen that before. :)
Here's my eureka! moment:
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https://www.humanae.org/

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We see quite a lot of Pas Normal Studios (PNS) kit among the cool folks in Norway.

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by Maximilian

Came across Universal Colours yesterday - https://universalcolours.blog/. Launching on the 30th and seems to be an off-shoot of Sigma Sports. I'm looking forward to seeing the sizing and I really hope the shorts come in a long leg length. The general aesthetic is really good, I like the block colour jerseys the best but there are some more colourful ones too. Made in the EU as well. I'm having good luck with the Rapha Pro Team Aero jersey and Pro Team bibs at the moment but more choice is always better.

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LouisN wrote:Looks like "sublte" is the new trend in just about every brand these days.
I came across this brand the other day and found them pretty well made. Not cheap though:
https://www.pasnormalstudios.com/

Louis :)
PNS is quite nice, but the pricepoint is really way off when not on sale...


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