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    Where do YOU order jersey/bibs/warmers from?

    I was wondering what folks’ favorite place to order sugoi bibs and jerseys was. I need to order a few things, arm/lknee warmers, maybe a rain coat and a few other accessories.

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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    I had been hoping for a few of the different discount sites. But you are right, ordering direct always works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExChefinMA View Post
    I had been hoping for a few of the different discount sites. But you are right, ordering direct always works.

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    I just ordered warmers from nashbar 7.99 for arms and 9.99 for leg ones

    Pair of nashbar tights were 29.99

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    I bought bibs from Aerotech Designs and are amazing quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariomal99 View Post
    I bought bibs from Aerotech Designs and are amazing quality

    What bibs?

    I've been thinking about trying Aerotech
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    I've been wearing Voler for 15+ years. Great quality at good prices. Team bibs for everyday use and the top end bibs for special events.

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    All of those sites often have some great deals on top brand stuff....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samadhi View Post
    What bibs?

    I've been thinking about trying Aerotech
    Aerotech top shelf bibs

    Aero Tech Bibs Cycling Bib Shorts Black - Made in USA

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    I keep seeing Aerotech recommended. Anyone able to describe the fit? I wear XL in euro (Castelli) and L in more US brands like (PI).

    I noticed that the website for the Aerotech bibs has one size chart, while the PDF they link has another. Depending on which is accurate I'm a M or L...no idea.
    5'11" 180lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jn35646 View Post
    I keep seeing Aerotech recommended. Anyone able to describe the fit? I wear XL in euro (Castelli) and L in more US brands like (PI).

    I noticed that the website for the Aerotech bibs has one size chart, while the PDF they link has another. Depending on which is accurate I'm a M or L...no idea.
    5'11" 180lbs.
    This is a good question, in the Sugoi and PI, I wear a LG. How are the Areotech chamois?
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    I am 6' tall and my weight ranges from 190-200lbs

    I bought the XL size from aerotech. Check their size chart its accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariomal99 View Post
    I am 6' tall and my weight ranges from 190-200lbs

    I bought the XL size from aerotech. Check their size chart its accurate.
    Thanks for half of the response.

    I did check the chart, in fact they have two charts with conflicting information.
    If you go to aerotechdesigns dot com and click on bibs you will see one chart, but if you click on the PDF linked on that very page for the bibs you will see another. That is why we were asking for other users opinions on fit.

    I can not post links due to post count (can't believe my first post was the previous one in this thread as I lurk here daily). I've also emailed them to find out which chart is correct and will post once I get a reply.

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    I received a quick response from Aerotech.

    The sizing chart on the web page is correct (not the PDF) they will have the PDF removed or corrected as it is out of date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariomal99 View Post
    Cool!

    That's the set I've been thinking about getting.

    I may be riding a three-day tour in late September, and will need a 3rd set of bibs. The tird day is 100 miles and the long-distance claims on the aerotechs seems pretty decent.

    Price is right, too. Untill I get down to my target weight, buying expensive kit isn't a very good idea.
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    Bought a long sleeve and short sleeve jersey from nashbar when they had 20% off... total came out to $60...great quality as well

    Those bib shorts are intriguing ... especially when i looked at some pearl izumi's that start at 120+ (how is the padding on them?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragos View Post
    Bought a long sleeve and short sleeve jersey from nashbar when they had 20% off... total came out to $60...great quality as well

    Those bib shorts are intriguing ... especially when i looked at some pearl izumi's that start at 120+ (how is the padding on them?)
    I got a set of bibs @ Nashbar for less that $30

    the flat seams on the on of the shoulderstraps was unraveling right out of the box. My wife has a serger and can use it to sew seams that will strech with the fabric. She did that rather than send the bibs back and they're as good as new. I use them all the time, and they're my go-to bibs. I have a set of PI bibs I got @ Performance and they're fine, but I think the Nashbar bibs fit better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velocanman View Post
    I've been wearing Voler for 15+ years. Great quality at good prices. Team bibs for everyday use and the top end bibs for special events.

    Cycling Apparel: Jerseys, Shorts, Bibs, & Accessories USA Made by Voler
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    I recently moved about a mile from their headquarters, so I've been going to their retail store as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samadhi View Post
    Cool!

    That's the set I've been thinking about getting.

    I may be riding a three-day tour in late September, and will need a 3rd set of bibs. The tird day is 100 miles and the long-distance claims on the aerotechs seems pretty decent.

    Price is right, too. Untill I get down to my target weight, buying expensive kit isn't a very good idea.

    The prices scared me away at first....couldn't believe how cheap they are but just wait till u get them and try them on.

    Super quality stuff

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    +1 For Aerotech... I have used theirs shorts for years and have recently ordered their bibs. I love their products and their quality. Plus they are made in the USA... JMHO.

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