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    looking for retro wool road jersey

    looking for retro wool euro-road style jersey long sleeve
    swobo doesn't exist anymore

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    Several sources...

    are listed in the response to Dr. Faustus' similar question, posted a week or two ago in the Best Deals forum. Search for it, or scroll down thru that forum until you find it.
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    Smile wool jersey.

    Quote Originally Posted by ccm
    looking for retro wool euro-road style jersey long sleeve
    swobo doesn't exist anymore
    I love my spot wool jersey's. I have two. One is long sleeve and the other is a short sleeve jersey. My brother has swobo and spot. He likes his spot better.

    I could get you an e-mail address of a dealer if you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccm
    looking for retro wool euro-road style jersey long sleeve
    swobo doesn't exist anymore
    They don't get any more retro or euro than these http://www.vintagevelos.com/woolistic-customers.html click on clothing
    Last edited by ssmike; 08-19-2006 at 08:13 AM.

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    Find the Spot

    I could get you an e-mail address of a dealer if you like.[/QUOTE]


    yes please

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    wool jerseys

    there isn't a web address but the email address for one of the dealers is: [email protected] He can give you a web address that will show you what is available and then get it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccm
    looking for retro wool euro-road style jersey long sleeve
    swobo doesn't exist anymore
    I was looking through a Campy catalogue and saw they offer long sleeve wool jerseys. Check it out, http://www.campagnolo.com/apparel.ph...&cid=1&pid=121. Not too retro, and I'm sure they're major $'s too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssmike
    They don't get any more retro or euro than these http://www.vintagevelos.com/woolistic-customers.html click on clothing
    Those jerseys look awesome. I want to buy one of everything in their catalog. Too bad they are so expensive. Does anybody sell them cheaper?

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    Got my retro wool jersey on eBay. It was in pretty good shape, but I don't know if you'd wear used clothes.

    For me, jersey's yes, shorts HECK NO!

    -Hong

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    I'm saving up the pennies for a jersey from www.rapha.cc

    Smart stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dyg2001
    Those jerseys look awesome. I want to buy one of everything in their catalog. Too bad they are so expensive. Does anybody sell them cheaper?
    While not long sleeve, this seems like a pretty good deal for a wool blend jersey demarchi wool jersey

    Look for wool blend jersies - less costly than full wool but with all the style of a woolie.

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    Try my guy

    Dohnn at team sales has all sorts of good quality road gear.
    http://www.tscyclingusa.com/

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    I go strictly 100% merino wool. The blends just don't cut it. The vintage stuff is usually to itchy for me. The best thing about wool is it doesn't absorb odors easily so you don't have to wash it as often. I've gotten most of mine from vintage velos. The best way to go is short sleeve, with wool arm warmers from spot

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    some others

    world class cycling has some in their catalogue. they are the roadie video company. i think surly and salsa also do wool jerseys, although they aren't "vintage road" per sae. those your local shop can get for you from quality bicycle products.

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    Spot's head office is located here in Vancouver, on Main St. My wife bought me their wool jacket from them. Used the jacket every ride I did last week.

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    Retro WOOL Jerseys

    there's a nice manufactory in Germany that does just "the" wool jerseys like you can sse below

    http://www.trad-tex.de/Trad-Tex/trad-tex.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by freakforti
    there's a nice manufactory in Germany that does just "the" wool jerseys like you can sse below

    http://www.trad-tex.de/Trad-Tex/trad-tex.html

    enjoy
    I absolutely LOVE that Continental jersey.

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