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More Wool jersey questions for you woolies(6 posts)

More Wool jersey questions for you wooliesLone Gunman
Aug 26, 2001 4:06 PM
Do the wool jerseys have rear pockets and size wise, how do they size, Euro or US?
re: More Wool jersey questions for you wooliesDINOSAUR
Aug 26, 2001 6:53 PM
Check out this site

Click on "World Champion Molteni Wool Jersey" A page will appear. Old wool team jerseys (which are expensive) and the modern wool jerseys. Click on the photo of the jersey to obtain the price, note they are not cheap.

They are designed exactly as today's synthetic jerseys, the only difference is the material.

They appear to be US sized but you would need to check with the shipper for sizing.
Makes my skin itch just thinking about it (nm)LC
Aug 26, 2001 8:20 PM
re: More Wool jersey questions for you wooliesRay Sachs
Aug 27, 2001 3:49 AM
They vary a lot. I have a couple of great Lemond wool jerseys that Nashbar was blowing out for $20 each a couple of years ago. They have long zips and really soft wool, but one large rear pocket that zips closed - not as handy as three rear pockets imho. I have a Molteni replica that has three rear pockets with buttons at the top and no elastic. And I have a few Swobo jerseys that have three elasticized rear pockets, just like most synthetics.

Aren't these hot? Or are they just for cool weather? (nm)Chris Zeller
Aug 27, 2001 1:10 PM
Aren't these hot? Or are they just for cool weather? (nm)DINOSAUR
Aug 27, 2001 4:58 PM
IMHO the only reason I would consider wearing a wool jersey is in the dead of winter and it would have to be bone chilling cold. It would save me from bundling up in layers. Techonolgy has changed, the new age stuff is better to deal with the elements. In the old days I'd hang my bike up in the winter, now I can cycle through it...