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    Favorite Place to Shop?

    Curious where everyone likes to find their clothes other than some place like REI or ***** Sporting Goods.

    While we're at it, any favorite brands?

    I'm looking for women's clothing that isn't a mixture of polka dot/argyle/houndstooth in one friggin garment.... seriously who designs those jerseys???

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    eBay. As long as the stuff is in decent condition and not torn, you can save a ton of cash. I'm not particular about something being worn before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showe87 View Post
    Curious where everyone likes to find their clothes other than some place like REI or ***** Sporting Goods.

    While we're at it, any favorite brands?

    I'm looking for women's clothing that isn't a mixture of polka dot/argyle/houndstooth in one friggin garment.... seriously who designs those jerseys???

    It depends really...what are you looking to get? Like bike shorts/chamois? Pearl Izumi or Louis Garneau are my two favorites and I've had good luck finding them new on Ebay for a real good deal.
    Performance Bike's bike shorts/chamois line is decent as well especially for a less than 2 hours ride and they tend to go on sale often too.

    Riding shirts, I prefer thin merino wool from Icebreaker which I get entirely from Sierra Trading Post for a great deal. Sign up for email notices and you'll be bombarded with coupons for free shipping and an additional 25 to 30% so get a total of 50 to 60% off retail!

    Casual lounge wear...I like Twin Six for the designs and fit and the fact that they're made in the US. I splurge on their jerseys on occasion but I don't think they're the subtle type that you appear to be looking for. But good quality USA stuff that have some understated designs as well but sales are few and far between.

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    I check out brands and make most of my purchases online.

    SHREDLY | Stylish Women's Mountain Bike and Athletic Apparel

    Women?s Tops | Fashionable Activewear | Club Ride ? Club Ride Apparel

    Troy Lee DesignsŪ | Women Bicycle



    There are larger sites that carry more brands for options

    *Chain Reaction Cycles | MTB | Road | TRI | Run

    Women's Cycling Apparel, Bike Shorts and Jerseys

    There are lots more choices for women's cycling wear, than ever
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    eBay, Amazon, CLYMB, Performance Bike, Target. I'll root around for days for whatever I'm looking for that's functional and inexpensive. These are some of the places I've found various deals that suited my needs.
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    If you are looking for shopping at the reasonable price here get the details of ladies garment retailer Amravati to find the best clothes for ladies with the affordable price.

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    6pm.com has some very good deals on coats/jackets.

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    I've been finding some good deals here and free shipping to US

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