NEW, IMPROVED SIZING FOR 2020. PLEASE CHECK OUR SIZE GUIDE FOR MORE INFO.
Let's be honest, cycling in the colder seasons can feel like a bit of a chore. But it doesn't have to be. We believe the key to enjoying riding at this time of year is being prepared. It's why we've devoted the past four years to developing a cold weather range that gives you the tools to take on whatever those stubborn months have in store. Combining everything we know about comfort and fit with the best technical fabrics around, this range of carefully-considered pieces is made to protect you against the elements, so you can continue enjoying the sport you love all year round.
Features & Fabric
Jersey comes with free Black Lightweight Neck Warmer
Slim-fitting long sleeve thermal jersey made from premium Italian 'brushed' lycra - a midweight stretch fabric that provides extra warmth for the colder months
Drop collar that narrows at the front for added comfort when in a riding position
Shortened zip length for a better fit in a riding position
Three reinforced rear pockets deep enough to fit even massive smartphones
Reflective Flare pocket strip made from innovative Flare fabric. The strip, which runs along the bottom of the rear pocket, appear black in natural daylight, but when a beam of light hits it - BAM - the glow is unmissable, giving you extra visibility to other road users
Silicon hem inside the jersey ensures everything stays in place
- Tailor-cut for cyclists so you’re comfortable and have full protection against the elements when you’re in a riding position
- 85% polyester, 15% spandex
- Made in Italy
IDEAL FOR: Autumn, mild winter and spring riding
The technical fabrics in our jerseys are designed for movement, and will naturally stretch. It's why you may find you fit into more than one size bracket. So to help you find the best fit for you, we recommend you follow the steps below.
How To Measure Up
- CHEST: Start by measuring your chest all the way around at the fullest part with your arms by your sides. Don't rely on your shirt or suit size. Then use this number to see which size options you fall into from our size chart below.
WAIST: Next, measure your waist all the way around at the fullest part. This'll usually be around your belly button. Don't rely on your jeans or trousers size. Then use this number to see where you fall on our size chart. If your chest and waist measurements put you in two different size brackets, we'd recommend opting for the larger size.
SLEEVE AND ZIP LENGTH: Use the numbers in the sleeve and zip length columns to work out how each size will fit on you, and make sure you're happy with the lengths. Keep in mind that our Long Sleeve Thermal Jersey has a dropped collar, so the zip will start about where your collar bones meet.
FIT: Consider how you want your kit to fit. Do you like it quite close fitting? Or prefer it a little looser? Make sure your chosen size reflects how you like to wear it.
- TRYING ON: When trying on your new jersey, we recommend you do so with a pair of cycling shorts or tights as this will give you the most accurate gauge of how it’s going to feel when you’re on your bike. And remember that ultimately, our kit is designed to be worn on a bike – not up right in front of a mirror. So while we ask you not to actually use the kit when trying on, it’s a good idea to position yourself in your regular riding position and see how it feels.
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FYI, the sizing of our Thermal Long Sleeve Jerseys has changed. If you bought a jersey before September 2020 and like the fit, have a read of our blog to find out more info on our sizing changes.
If you're still in doubt, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
While we do our best to accurately display the true colours of our garments in all photography on our website, sometimes the actual colour may vary in real life. This is because every monitor has a different capability to display colours, and that everyone sees these colours differently.