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    Best Jersey for downhizzle

    i was wondering what jerseys people use over the padded jackets. i have a dainese safety jacket and i want to get a jersey but im not sure which one fits over the pads the best. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ynotgobig
    i was wondering what jerseys people use over the padded jackets. i have a dainese safety jacket and i want to get a jersey but im not sure which one fits over the pads the best. thanks
    Being Canadian I am a big fan of a hockey jersey.

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    My experience...

    for racing get one that shows your sponsors logos the best. Other than that whatever you like works. For everyday riding I use Azonic DH jerseys (cheap and on sale usually) or T-shirts.

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    a plaid collared shirt.


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    I like my O'Neal camo jersey... no one can see me..

    ...he said "young man pay heed, you listen well to what i say, now there comes a time for a man to walk away"

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    just go into a local bike store, bring your armour, and try them on.
    i usually wear a l jersey...but with the dainese, i just get one size bigger and it's a perfect fit. xl jersey

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    you know that dainese also makes jerseys and vented collar shirts that I'm sure would fit their
    armor well... for a price.
    "yer all a bunch of god damned *************, damn it."

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    Motocross jerseys are the same thing as DH jerseys, but theres a bigger selection of them and for whatever reason they're significantly cheaper. I have a TLD jersey that I really like. I bought it at Chapparal Motorsports in San Bernardino for about $40. You can get other brands there for even less. Similar jerseys at bicycle shops are $60 - $80. Why, I do not know.

    The url for Chaparral is: http://www.chaparral-racing.com

    If you're not local to So. Cal., I know they do a lot of internet sales so you should be able to find what you need at their site. As to sizing, I found that 1 size larger than what I normally wear fits over my Rockgardn Flak Jacket just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big DIgger
    I have a TLD jersey that I really like.
    i also throughly enjoy and treasure my Troy Lee Design jersey...

    its an SE jersey...comes with elbow padding...drop tail...mesh side and underarms...all the good stuff...

    and nothing for the same price beats the quality or class of a Troy Lee Design jersey...
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    i dunno, you might wanna bring your mom with you to help you shop for a shirt, cus mothers know best. Also make sure you find the Best Underwear for downhilling....
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    I ride with Sombrio Jerseys ==> www.sombriocartel.com -They have the coolest looking jerseys ive seen, plus Watson, Vanderhamm and Shandro pretty much design the jerseys!

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