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    Mons Royale

    hey anybody wearing this stuff,it looks nice and is made of 95% Merino Wool.But pricey,interested in your thoughts on if it is worth the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideonjon View Post
    hey anybody wearing this stuff,it looks nice and is made of 95% Merino Wool.But pricey,interested in your thoughts on if it is worth the price.
    It's crap

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    Hmmm thanks for that,i went ahead and ordered a couple jerseys,we'll see how they hold up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideonjon View Post
    Hmmm thanks for that,i went ahead and ordered a couple jerseys,we'll see how they hold up.
    Post back, I am curious too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TraxFactory View Post
    Post back, I am curious too.
    Hey received my jerseys from Mons,first impressions are good.Material looks durable compared to all merino Icebreaker.The fit is good,long sleeves and long torso.Like all
    merino it's a little warmer than poly,and doesn't dry as fast.
    That being said i really like both jerseys,we'll see how they hold up over time.

    And Traxfactory,thanks for the Sweatbuster,it has really improved my rides.

    cheers,
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    i have some of their stuff for skiing and its pretty good! i think its of high quality and i haven't had any durability issues. It is expensive but i do get a pro deal on it which makes it a bit easier to purchase.
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    Yup...

    Sell a Kidney if you want some M.R. kit...

    o_0

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    I have 7 or 8 different MR tops ... They have various thread densities depending on purpose, riding specific tops have mesh/polyester blend. Super high quality kit that doesn't wear out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
    Yup...

    Sell a Kidney if you want some M.R. kit...

    o_0

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    Thanks for your contribution to the thread,but i like riding in quality gear that doesn't feel like a garbage bag and smells like one too.

    The MR jerseys have been holding up well no signs of wear after many rides.

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