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    Jerseys and shorts for (tall) Clydes?

    who makes tall-sized cycling apparel? I noticed last weekend on a ride that my lower abdomen wasn't sufficiently covered; I may have inadvertently flashed a bit of plumber-butt to the riders behind me. So, I'd like to get some better fitting jerseys, either standard or custom, but I don't know where to start. any suggestions?

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    RE: Jerseys and shorts for (tall) Clydes?

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    does anyone do custom dye-sub work?

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    To avoid flashing crack I wear bibs under my baggies and jersey.

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    You can try cycletall.com, I am just getting into biking and was hoping to lose just a couple more pounds before I ordered a jersey so I cant vouch for the site. Ill be trying them out in a month or so, being 6'10" I feel anyones pain thats shopping for our sizes!

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    At 6'5" I have had good luck with Performance bikes apparel and I'm only wearing size xl, most of their stuff goes to xxl as well. I find the upper end of the apparel is very nice quality, I normally get a number of years out of it

    Might be a bit cheaper than other options

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    For baggy mtb shorts I highly recommend Movement shorts from Tools of the Adventure. I've got the largest size, and they're stretchy, resilient and super comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate3510 View Post
    To avoid flashing crack I wear bibs under my baggies and jersey.
    I do the same, substituting bib shorts for the underwear that came with my baggies. It is also good for when your top rides up.

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