Ibex Giro Cycling Jersey - Merino Wool, Long Sleeve (For Men)
About Ibex Giro Cycling Jersey - Merino Wool, Long Sleeve (For Men)
Closeouts. Merino wool is so superior at temperature and moisture management, Ibex made their Giro cycling jersey entirely from it. Their midweight ponte knit is seriously soft and performs well in changing conditions, keeping you dry and clammy-free.
Specs about Ibex Giro Cycling Jersey - Merino Wool, Long Sleeve (For Men)
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by NQR from Hartford, CT on Monday, November 12, 2012So much more comfortable than synthetic materials. Pricey but worth it-especially if your coupons make it not so pricey.
- Pros: Merino Wool Feels Great, True to size, Wicks moisture
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ted from Davis,CA on Monday, November 5, 2012Great value on a premium product.
- Pros: Eco friendly, Nice looking, Stink Resistant
Reviewed by DDD from Daly City,CA on Saturday, November 3, 2012I have a short sleeve Ibex Giro jersey from STP that I love. Expected the long sleeve to be almost identical apart from the sleeves. To my surprise, the long sleeve jersey seems lower in quality. The feel of the fabric, the seams, styling, are all better on the short sleeve ibex giro jersey.
Reviewed by grandsalmon from Iowa Hill, CA on Monday, October 29, 2012It has been a real treat to get Ibex brand here on STP! For some reason this Giro L/S felt a tad bit too thin; photo suggests a bit more robust long sleeve. So, yes the weight could have been heavier for me, but if more "thin" than "thick" wool bike jersey is your like -this is a good choice for all the Ibex qualities inherent.
The color is slightly more dull than picture. I mention this because IF I am going to ride this color: might as well be more hot lime as is the color family's strength, be a safety positive, rather than flat body wrap. Order a size up if in between.
- Best Uses: Cycling Surviving
- Cons: Tad Too Thin Color Dull
- Pros: Well Made Merino Wear