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Who makes the best fitting Clydesdale/Athena wear?

Old 10-10-19, 01:57 PM
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Who makes the best fitting Clydesdale/Athena wear?

I've been on the lookout for the best cycling wear for the Plus+ size rider. And not finding much. I'm teetering on launching a brand to address this gap (and gaff) in the performance apparel world. Do you have a favorite company or brand? What do you like about them? Sound off!
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Old 10-10-19, 02:38 PM
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I have used aerotechdesigns for bib shorts. They are good, but I prefer Endura or Bellwether for bib shorts. For jerseys I have one Aerotech designs that fits a bit loose (again good quality), and some Primal 4x that fit as well as Suarez jerseys that fit. I got my jerseys from Love2Pedal.com which is owned by a member here.

I also have a couple 4x and 5x jerseys I picked up on Amazon.com that fit well.
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love2pedal dot com...Bought several jerseys there, up to 5x (varies from brand to brand) but the Primal wear is pretty cool. Got some great deals after getting a $5 discount card with my first purchase.

I have a hard time finding jerseys in a bike shop as they run small and terrible selection (I am not one to pay $100 for a jersey to promote their shop).

I bought about 6 jerseys there last year, very cool stuff. Oh yeah, got a free pair of socks with each purchase though I am not sure if this promo continues.

Gotten jerseys for as low as $24 as there are plenty hit and miss sales. $5 off card I got one of my favorites for $19.

I believe the dude Dan signs on every now and then giving away free stuff here.

Great customer service. With one of my purchases, I ordered the same size in a Primal brand and a Suarez brand. He took the time to personally send me an email and explain the difference in size from one brand to another.

Few years ago, I got a pair of shorts that were slightly defective at the chamois area from the mfg'er. I contacted him, sent another pair immediately. Told me to keep the damaged pair for short rides. Pretty cool!
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It really depends on what you mean by plus size. I got large enough to wear size 42 waist pants. At that size, my favorite bib shorts are Assos ($$$) and that is wearing their largest size. I haven't tried Aerotech or love2pedal, but I have tried Pearl Izumi, Gore bike wear, Sugoi, castelli and desent (that's going way back).

Ok, back to the Assos, I just think the fit for me is great, and the insert is the most comfortable chamois that I have ever used.
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