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    Jerseys with a generous cut.

    I'm currently looking for a long sleeve jersey as it's starting to get cooler here. I'm looking for one that has a generous cut. I'm currently wearing a 4XL "club fit" jersey, but wear an XL shirt. What is the best size to order in a mountain bike jersey? I don't want to buy the wrong size online and mess around with returning exchanging it, etc.
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    Get, "not a bike jersey" They are made for skinny euro racers that weight 148 lbs. XL guy here as well. Try an outdoor store like REI for poly pro or wool base layers. Or a running store. Target/ Costco or the like will have an outdoor line of active clothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    I'm currently looking for a long sleeve jersey as it's starting to get cooler here. I'm looking for one that has a generous cut. I'm currently wearing a 4XL "club fit" jersey, but wear an XL shirt. What is the best size to order in a mountain bike jersey? I don't want to buy the wrong size online and mess around with returning exchanging it, etc.
    Go with Motocross/ATV jersey's. Rocky Mountain ATV is a great place to start. Motocross jerseys are the same materiel and construction with more room and a much lower cost. Bike stuff seems to be way overpriced. I do both sports so have really noticed the price difference for the same stuff often from the same brands like TLD and Fox.

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    Hockey shirt?

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    Certainly not cycling road jerseys which are tailored to fit closely and not flap in the breeze. There are many for mtbing that are intended to fit loosely. A large road jersey fits me snuggly but a large mtb jersey fits loosely.
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    Lately I've just been wearing long sleeve performance shirts rather than a jersey. Works great. Throw a windproof vest/jacket in the mix and I can get down into the low 50's or high 40's without getting cold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tchil View Post
    Go with Motocross/ATV jersey's. Rocky Mountain ATV is a great place to start. Motocross jerseys are the same materiel and construction with more room and a much lower cost. Bike stuff seems to be way overpriced. I do both sports so have really noticed the price difference for the same stuff often from the same brands like TLD and Fox.
    THIS ^^^ I get all my long sleeve jerseys from Rocky Mountain.
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    I came into this thread thinking it was about cleavage and cycling jerseys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abelfonseca View Post
    I came into this thread thinking it was about cleavage and cycling jerseys.
    Here you go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubster View Post
    Here you go...

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    Well, I was actually thinking more of something along the lines of this:

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    But Iíll see if we can make that pic work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abelfonseca View Post
    Well, I was actually thinking more of something along the lines of this:

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    But Iíll see if we can make that pic work.
    I like where this is headed. So much better looking than me.
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