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    Ibis Trail Jersey - One of the nicest constructed jersey's I've ever purchased

    I'm 5'11" and about 170lbs, medium fits me just snug enough to make me look great without showing off the pudge.

    Zippered pocket is nice and has a special liner to keep the sweat out.

    Construction and stitching is EXCELLENT and the material is substantial without feeling heavy. I can imagine wearing one in almost all temperatures except for 95+ degree weather or super cold where you need a jacket.

    I'm really really happy and if you've been thinking about one of these jerseys, you'll be stoked if you get one.

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    My buddy just got one and I have to say it is sharp looking. And perfect match of Ripley colors. It's on my Bday list.

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    mmmm i think i might look like a bit of wanker when I pitch up at my trail head with my Reverse vit P HDR and my Rev Vit P wheel decals on my Ibis 741's and a Reverse Vit P trail jersey ... Will look like the Specialized crowd

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    Quote Originally Posted by DH_WP View Post
    mmmm i think i might look like a bit of wanker when I pitch up at my trail head with my Reverse vit P HDR and my Rev Vit P wheel decals on my Ibis 741's and a Reverse Vit P trail jersey ... Will look like the Specialized crowd
    that being said I have ordered one

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    The wheel decals don't really scream Ibis to me, so I think you will be okay.

    Also, if you like the brand, you shouldn't ever feel bad about repping it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udyr View Post
    Also, if you like the brand, you shouldn't ever feel bad about repping it.
    Yes, I own a Yeti and a Yeti jersey, however, I totally understand what he says about the Specialized crowd. I do like their bikes and I am by no means an S hater (actually own one) but I see the people with huge overcolored Specialized jerseys and shorts and I find that disgusting. A bit on the poser side of things, besides, there are rules to follow

    Velominati ? The Rules

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    agreed

    Quote Originally Posted by Udyr View Post
    I'm 5'11" and about 170lbs, medium fits me just snug enough to make me look great without showing off the pudge.

    Zippered pocket is nice and has a special liner to keep the sweat out.

    Construction and stitching is EXCELLENT and the material is substantial without feeling heavy. I can imagine wearing one in almost all temperatures except for 95+ degree weather or super cold where you need a jacket.

    I'm really really happy and if you've been thinking about one of these jerseys, you'll be stoked if you get one.
    very nice piece.

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