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    Cycling clothes at Marshalls

    Dropped into the Marshalls in Hamilton on Upper James cause I heard some Marshalls had Bell Cycling helmets for $20.
    No helmets but lots of jerseys, shorts and tights. Being Marshalls, they are mostly small or 2XL but some large. I usually consider myself a large but tried on some of the 2XL and they were good enough. Sugoi bib shorts for $40, Hincapie thermo bib tights $50 and a bunch of others.

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    Good tip. I just may be Biggie Sized, or 2XL.
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    Any high visibility stuff. I've started to commute.
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    Not really - some typically bright jerseys.

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    Keep in mind Sugoi has always fit on the small side.
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    Re: Cycling clothes at Marshalls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    Keep in mind Sugoi has always fit on the small side.
    You sayin' I'm a 3XL?
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    Checked on the Sugio bibs, they are "RS bib shorts". List at Sugio is $160 - they're 10 panel shorts. Best price on the Internet seems to be around $110. Went back and bought another pair - the 2XL seems to fit my fat ass pretty good.
    The thermal tights are such a deal - thinking ahead to Paris2Ancaster training next winter.
    Also found the Bell Knack helmet I was originally looking for at Winners - $19 for a $50 helmet. Good enough as a spare helmet - one to leave in the car, one in the house.

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    I picked up both the Sugoi bibs and Hincapie thermo tights. Also, they have Hincapie Merino jerseys and rain wear. You owe me $$$. Slash!
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    Yep, if I'm saving so much money, how come I'm so broke.

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    I went in and tried on everything commando, FYI.

    The Hincapie thermal bib tights at $49.99 were by far the best deal, unfortunately the smalls weren't long enough for me (if long is a horizontal measurement in this case).

    A lot of the other stuff that may of fit me was listed at $69.99. And while it was good quality stuff (the Scott jersey's were so soft and silky, they made me slightly aroused just touching them), they weren't a good enough deal for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptSydor View Post
    The Hincapie thermal bib tights at $49.99 were by far the best deal, unfortunately the smalls weren't long enough for me (if long is a horizontal measurement in this case).
    So, you're telling us this is not your preferred fashion statement for the trails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circlip View Post
    So, you're telling us this is not your preferred fashion statement for the trails?

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    Not in the winter!

    That is however very typical summer attire for me.

    I like to keep those baggy wearing, flat pedal sporting FR/DH/AM riders clear of my path. That does it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptSydor View Post
    I like to keep those baggy wearing, flat pedal sporting FR/DH/AM riders clear of my path.
    There's room for everyone, and it takes the full spectrum of riders together to really make the community work. FR/DH/AM/XC/CX/Road/BMX/trials and more all good as far as I'm concerned.

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    ^^^I thought that was me in the Buckeye kit...but I don't wear ear muffs^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Circlip View Post
    There's room for everyone, and it takes the full spectrum of riders together to really make the community work. FR/DH/AM/XC/CX/Road/BMX/trials and more all good as far as I'm concerned.
    I rode a fat bike, in baggies, with clipless, 'race team vest' down some rail trail and road to hit some sweet trail with some dirt jumps (which I unfortunately didn't session).

    What does that make me besides a confused little boy?

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    FYI, I've seen cycling stuff at Winners as well (same parent company, so not much of a surprise).
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    Just found out we have a Marshalls here in London .
    Heading over tomorrow .

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    Decent stock here .
    Anyone looking for a size/item that your
    Marshalls doesnt have ?

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    Do they have kids cycling stuff?

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    Small and I think I saw a Xsmall. Not specifically kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louda View Post
    Do they have kids cycling stuff?
    Might be so,e stuff here Linda.

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    No kids or womans .
    Look around though .....I did find the odd
    piece in the shorts and T shirt racks .

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