Starting in London in the early 1960s came the rise of the Mods, known for their iconic tailored suits, preppy polo shirts and vespa motorbikes. Getting dressed, or “gabbing up”, in their statement garb was a carefully-considered (and often lengthy) business.
This clean-cut purple jersey is a nod to that classic Mod look. So you can gab up and hit the road in style*.
*Vespa not included.
The technical stuff
Slim fit jersey with mid-length sleeve made with technical fabrics designed to move and stretch with your body
Drop collar that narrows at the front for added comfort
Shortened zip length for a better fit in a riding position
Lightweight Italian stretch fabric that’s highly breathable and sweat wicking
Discreet mesh back panel for extra breathability on hot days
Three reinforced rear pockets deep enough to fit even big-ass smartphones
Super-stretch elastic waistband lined with a discreet silicon strip at the back to ensure the jersey sits comfortably at the hips and stays in place
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.
The Sweet Spot Collection
At Attacus we do our absolute best to simplify every garment that we make. We don’t compromise on quality. Our design philosophy is to find the ‘sweet spot’ in every piece of kit we make.
We’ve spent fourteen months developing and honing the sweet spot of summer cycling kit. A range that strikes the perfect balance between performance, function and cost. Without compromising on quality. Our Sweet Spot Collection is our most comfortable, fitted, functional range yet. Carefully designed and rigorously tested so that it works, whether you’re heading out on an epic adventure or heading out to conquer your local roads.
85% polyester, 15% spandex
Made in Italy
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
- Start by measuring your chest and hips all the way around, using the diagram above as a guide. Then use these numbers to see which size options you fall into from our size chart below.
- Use the sleeve and torso numbers to work out how each size will fit on you, and make sure you're happy with the length. To get an accurate gauge of torso length, start from the centre of your collar bone and measure downwards.
- 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.
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If you're still in doubt, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org