|Pace cycling clothing||Giant50m|
Jul 10, 2002 6:33 PM
|I was wondering if anyone have tried this line of clothing. Is it durable? Good for the money? Positive and negative feedback are welcome. www.pacesportswear.com|
|re: Pace cycling clothing||JS Haiku Shop|
Jul 11, 2002 6:04 AM
rideslikeagirl "pace jerseys? anyone?" 5/14/02 8:55am
i've used the park jersey since father's day, and it's worn well, and even survived a nice crash...it's well made, not as nice as a castelli, but also much less expensive.
just ordered the park tools socks and cap (won't wear them all together, thank you)...haven't washed or worn them yet. the socks look like they're about PI par or just below (which is two notches below defeet, IMO), the cap is also NOT top quality, but passable.
i'd buy another pace jersey, provided it didn't cost more than $60.
|re: Pace cycling clothing||Giant50m|
Jul 17, 2002 6:12 PM
|Good. I have established a business account with this company and I am looking for people that like this line of clothing and are not interested in spending a lot of money on major team jearsies or really expensive brands, but still looking for good quality and durable clothing. In the next few weeks I will start ordering and if anyone is interested, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or post here your e-mail for me to get in touch with you for prices. I believe that because of a very low overhead, I be able to sell this at prices that are below Nashbar.com. The site for Pace is http://www.pacesportswear.com/home.asp, if you want to take a look at Co. I am not trying to get rich out of this but to support my cycling vice, since lately has got little out of hand according to the wife!!!!!|
|re: Pace cycling clothing||TheKid|
Jul 26, 2002 3:51 PM
|I bought a jersey at the discount store at the Pace office in Huntington Beach two months ago. Fits and wears fine.|| |