Mupi Spiderman Jersey & Bib Knicks
Mupi Website Free Sample (Actual cost US$50 + freight $13)
Free sample #2
A couple of Months back the guy from Mupi Cycling offered some free kit to BNA Members, first in best dressed. I sent him an email and even though I pointed out that I had already received some free stuff from him before, he gave me another free sample. The manâ€™s generosity knows no bounds.
http://www.mupicycling.com/index.php/te ... s-kit.html
Well the only freebies that were on offer were a Spiderman short sleeve jersey and bib knicks. While these are a bit garish compared to my normal cycling clobber I thought it might as well go to a good (if not deserving) home.
My teenage daughter has forbidden me to be seen in public in the full outfit, but despite the threat of the direst of consequences I have tested it out thoroughly and the bib knicks have become one of my favourite pairs. When I first got them I was a bit wary of how they and my more tender bits would hold up to an extended time in the racing saddle (a Prologo c.one50). I slowly built up the ride distance through half a dozen rides, culminating in todayâ€™s 4.5 hour epic. The Mupi knicks came through with flying colours, bright ones at that.
This latest acquisition brings my total of Mupi Kit to 3 Jerseys, 2 bib knicks and 1 knicks. A quick examination has found that the gear is holding up well to the rigours of use. No loose threads evident, all zips are functioning well. The only downside I can report is some grease staining of my white Sky Jersey. While I am happy to recommend this gear and the supplier, please understand that I have only paid for one set of the gear.
This stuff is comfortable, cheap, hard wearing and (if you overlook the â€œMade in Italyâ€ tag and the team graphics) honest.
Hey Dart if you see this review, can you do some plain tops with no advertising logos on them? Maybe a low key black or blue with some white on it. It might stop me from being a constant embarrassment to my kids.
-Made in Italy Tag
Buy it you will not be disappointed
Value for money