- Slim fit, good value cycle clothing.
Solo.cc is a good fit and quality. They have stuff on sale which can be good value.
Also Lusso is close fitting and more towards DHB prices but better quality.
I’ve got a Repack Berino jersey which a very good fit.
Royal MW365 shorts which were £45 and are a nice close fit on my chicken legs.
I’m 5’9″ and 63.5kg BTW.Posted 4 years agocookeaaSubscriber
I like DHB shorts and if anything it’s worth spending a shade more on shorts IMO.
Decathlon tops (I got quite a good LS base layer from there apparently for skiing but excellent for commuting), their cheap Bib shorts are OK for summer or for use as undershorts , Aldi/Lidl “special buys” now and again (winter gloves and “Commuter socks” are good), a couple of bits from PX/OO…
Best advice is to shop about a bit, don’t just go straight for bike shops or bike specific clothing brands…
All IMO of course..Posted 4 years agomonkfishMember
For road I do like Castelli clothing. Their Gabba jacket is an excellent piece of kit.
Have to agree on the DHB shorts i’ve a couple of pairs bought this year and they’re already looking very tired. Whereas my Castelli ones still look box fresh plus the pad is better, but they are more expensive.
Do they make slim fitting mtb clothes.Posted 4 years ago
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