- Shimano clothing – anyone used it?
at the London cycle show a few years back there was a stand selling new without tags/demo shimano clothing dirt cheap (madison I think) so I got a long sleeve winter jersey and a few summer ones for £15 in total! didn’t rate the ss jerseys, but the long sleeve one is still my go to top should it be sub 5 degrees and dry!Posted 4 years agoJoeGSubscriber
I have 3 PI cycling jackets, and a couple sets of their winter tights. I’m really happy with all of it. I don’t really care for their other stuff though; its too roadie lookin’ for my taste.
I like Shimano for mtb shoes.
But I do find it odd that they have both Shimano and PI cycling shoes; they seem to be competing with themselves. Its not like one is entry level and the other is high end, or road vs mtb; they both have a pretty big range.Posted 4 years agoGarry_LagerSubscriber
I have a shimano light rain jacket which I’m happy with.
tbh I always assumed that most bike-branded clothing was effectively made in the same factory. Like there’s a third party clothes designer who offers lines to the various bike cos and they just stamp cannondale or specialized logos onto it.Posted 4 years ago
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