jbanh wrote:Ray's Outdoors have 100% merino thermals that are suitable for cycling. They've got a close fit to the body and a long body so your backside isn't exposed to the cold
What are the prices like?
jamesn184 wrote:I'll vouch for the Kathmandu tops as I got them on special 3 for $75
And have served me well for 1 winter and many more to come
kunalraiker wrote:Long enough, any longer and they would bother me.
sparco wrote:kunalraiker wrote:Long enough, any longer and they would bother me.
Thanks! Reason I asked is that, I bought a non cycling specific windproof/waterproof jacket from Nike a while ago. Fit was all good but when I used it on my bike, the sleeve edge was already up mid my lower arm when on the hoods.
I am contemplating on buying this, http://www.wildernesswear.com.au/Shopping-Site/product_details.aspx?codeLetter=U&retCode=BT&codeNumber=903&qty=&retPage=1&size=&color=RED%2fBLACK. Should I buy a size up, just to make sure the whole arm is covered?
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