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Long Sleeve - Light Weight - Cycling Jerseys???(7 posts)

Long Sleeve - Light Weight - Cycling Jerseys???GeoCyclist
May 20, 2003 2:49 PM
Anyone have a good source for long sleave light weight cycling jerseys? I don't want the long sleeve jerseys with heavy winter fabric. I want the long sleeves to keep the sun off my arms, not to keep warm. If anyone has a particular brand name or retail source for this type of jersey, I would appreciate the info.

Thanks!!!
re: Long Sleeve - Light Weight - Cycling Jerseys???blakester
May 20, 2003 3:24 PM
They aren't cyclign specific, but check out all the "Silkweight" garments made of Capilene from Patagonia... they are built for what you seem to want.

http://www.patagonia.com/za/PDC?OPTION=PRODUCT&merchant_rn=7385&cgrfnbr=124535&sku=45003
Thanks, but I need the back pockets (nm)GeoCyclist
May 21, 2003 5:52 AM
http://www.spasport.com/twospoke
May 21, 2003 8:00 AM
Check these guys out. I bought a nice Long Sleeve Jersey from them at the NY bike show, for $5.
There aren't any listed on there web site, but give them a call
and see if they have any left.
If you don't need an Official Cycling Jersey...cory
May 20, 2003 3:37 PM
I've bought long-sleeved, very light CoolMax and poly T-shirts for less than $10 in two places recently. One is Marshall's, which has stores just about everywhere. Look in the Active Wear section--I got a white New Balance and a red Nike ACG shirt a couple of weeks ago, not bike jerseys but fine for riding.
Also, Sierra Trading Post has a retail store here, and they often stock them. Online is www.sierratradingpost.com.
re: Long Sleeve - Light Weight - Cycling Jerseys???Rob Sal
May 21, 2003 12:32 PM
I like my long sleeved USPS jersey (the one with a lot of white in it from a couple of years back, its lightweight being made of the same stuff as the summer jersey. Being mainly white the arms should not get to hot if you wear it in summer. Quite a long zip too!
Castelli Simple Long Sleeve at Excel (nm)johnrg
May 21, 2003 8:41 PM