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Do you still have jerseys? Thank you.
Do you still have jerseys? Thank you.
Did I understand this post correctly? Do you have any jerseys on hand? I am a 6 foot, 220 pound mail and I would love to purchased at least 1 jersey. I would even try the white Jersey. I actually love the assos holy white gear. With all assos gear I squeeze into their Tir size. I would love to purchase a vest.
@ Devery Andrews
Thanks! Have you left a review for them yet? I believe you’d have received an automated reminder 30 days after making a purchase.
@ Nick Phelps
Thanks so much for this feedback. I’ll continue making them and even introduce new colours in 2020 based on the feedback to this post. It’s been pretty intense and I wasn’t expecting so many comments.
New batch of The BIB Navy will come in February 2020. They’ll be a constant fixture on our product line. Regarding white jerseys, I did make some in 2017, but they didn’t sell well at all. Feedback at that time was simple – white jerseys are really hard to keep clean.
Love to know your thoughts about this. You seem to be one of the rare people who want a white jersey.
It really puts a smile on my face to know you ride in nothing else. It’s really a pity the gloves didn’t work well for you. I am in the process of redesigning them and our pad supplier has actually gotten into the glove game. It could take a while to design and re-launch them though. Gloves are incredibly tricky. I personally love overbuilt thick gloves, but others hate them and prefer really minimal ones.
The intense response to this blog post will definitely keep the jerseys alive. Also, if I stopped making them, what else would I wear in future?
Same here to be honest. Before I made jerseys, I rode almost exclusively in club jerseys. A lot of people do and it’s a very important part of cycling culture. You just don’t roll up to a team ride NOT in a team jersey.
You’re spot on about the sizing. It’s cut really close. The good news is that 3XL and 4XL sizes are officially in production. We’ve also simplified the design and dropped the gaudy “IN FOR THE LONG RIDE” on the rear pocket.
@ Jake Preston
Some brands do command a premium and I personally have nothing against that. I think brands like Assos and Q36.5 push design boundaries and innovation doesn’t come cheap, particularly when you consider the relatively small scale of cycling vs other major sports like running. In RedWhite’s case I am constantly looking at new things in the market and make prototypes to test new fabrics and pads. Haven’t quite found something that’s a leap forward to justify rolling out a new upgrade just yet. There are some really interesting concepts and ideas from my suppliers which may make their way into RedWhite’s bibshort lineup in the future.
You’re absolutely right about our need to be laser focused. The jersey product line was particularly challenging and continues to be as customers from different parts of the world have different ideas of what a great all round jersey should be. The current concept is very tropical and best suited for hot and humid long rides. The high-vis colour you’re asking has come up a few times on this long thread! Something for me to think about for 2020.
Love the jerseys (I own two). The fit is perfect for me and I like the materials used. No complaints.
I just want to note that your jerseys are my favorite ones out there! I have two and will buy more when I need to replace others. The fit is great, the price is right, the colors are awesome, the lack of graphics is welcome, and the big pockets and durable zipper are ideal. I hope you keep making them! The best fit and especially value out there! I am in the USA in PA in case it is of interest.
Jerseys are a great fit and value for money. The socks also feel really good with the right amount of elastic. I hope that you keep making a run of the Navy Blue Knicks will be the next purchase. Solid colours are great. If you compete and you aren’t part of a club or team then you can’t go wrong with a solid colour. I would like to see a few more colours to be available, like a standard white, or a lighter fluro blue with the matching socks to match. Hopefully as you keep growing you will introduce.
firstly I never buy any other kind of bib shorts, secondly I really like the colour range of the jerseys. They are a supersmall fit though as others have said. I’m also a fan of the socks. The only product that didn’t work for me was the gloves. The jerseys are for warm weather and work well with a mesh singlet. So keep making them.
Don’t stop making the jerseys! It’s nice to have matching jersey and bib. I have the white and pink (Sahara?) and love them. I used the sizing helpdesk for my first order and they fit perfectly.
I live in the UK so they are a summer jersey, but I love them! Great quality, great fit.
Honestly, I’ve never given the jerseys a try for two reasons:
1) I always have so many club/event jerseys that I don’t need more!
2) “In for the long ride” is such a huge branding section, it turns me off
Good luck with the decisions
I’ve been riding and racing for about 40 years and I estimate that I’ve had over 100 jerseys since I started riding seriously. Is the R & W jersey the best I’ve ever had? No, it’s not, but it’s certainly in the top 10 and a bargain at the price. The colors and style don’t scream, the zipper actually works, and the pockets are well placed and correctly sized. Obviously, it’s a high summer jersey, not suitable for shoulder months. On the negative side, the sizing is a tad small compared to other, more standard brands, but that’s easily corrected when ordering. Also, the slogan “in for the long ride” on the back pocket should be deleted. But all minor issues. A good jersey that works and at a fair price, designed by people who actually ride.
The bibs are by far the best out there. Doubly so given the ludicrous prices other “premium” brands charge based on…??? Nothing I can understand frankly. So sure, that is where your focus should be. The bibs. But, on the other hand, they are already so good…the jerseys, as hard as they are, deserve some attention. Personally I love them. They aren’t too busy, match easily and in South Korea, like Singapore our summers are crazy humid. The body fitting with mesh panels is a Godsend in comfort. OK it might not be perfect now (0°C ~5°C) but under a softshell bike jacket it breathes and I’m not freezing from sweat. Please keep them going. Sahara is great, Navy, Military Green…not a pink or white fan, because I get dirty and those colours get grubby fast. But you cats at RedWhite have done a stellar job of the jerseys. Be proud.
I’m a bit surprised by this post, since it seemed to me like you were doing exactly the right thing. As a small-ish company, you can’t be all things to all people, and I think it would be foolish to try. You should do exactly the same thing with your jerseys as you do with your bibs: be laser-focused on a single concept, communicate clearly to your customers what your jersey is (and isn’t), and then let customers decide what they want. Some will want your jersey concept. Others will want something different. Some customers who do not want your bibs WILL want your jerseys. I think you’ve done a good job with this post of explaining your jersey:
- Thin, wicking material suitable for warm conditions
- Large pockets (but not zippered)
- Chunky, easy to use, corrosion-proof resin zipper
- Tight / “race fit” construction
— Simple, solid color design
Sounds like a pretty good, focused product to me. I wouldn’t change anything, with one exception (😜): high-viz color options are important to a lot of people. Make sure you have one color that is just obnoxiously bright. The most nuclear yellow, orange or pink you can find. (Personally, I vote for pink, since there are tons of yellow and orange options. Plus, I love pink.)
Don’t stop offering the jerseys. I think it is important to have a relatively complete product line, but I also don’t think you should spend too much time thinking about them. You have a good design. Customers will decide what is right for them.
All the best,
Excellent points about UV protection and being breathable. The only way to do this well is to ditch the mesh fabric entirely and go with a lightweight lycra fabric for the back. It won’t be as cooling though. Our jerseys have a SPF 15 rating, which at first glance isn’t high. But underneath the jersey, your back is protected by the fabric from our bibshorts strap which has a massive SPF 50 rating. I also ride with a baselayer which has another SPF 20 rating. This wonderful layered system keeps me well protected on all rides. I can definitely do it 1 fabric and it is something to think about for 2020.
I do actually have a hi-vis yellow design on file. Might release it next year ;)
Really really happy to know the bibshorts worked for you! Would you consider telling me more about your Rainmaker Rollercoaster ride? I’d love to publish it on our Bibshorts Success Stories blog.
About the white jersey, I did actually make one, but it sold so poorly I discontinued it. Feedback from people was simple : White jerseys are difficult to keep clean.
Thanks! I agree with you about stylish simplicity not being redundant. It’s actually far easier to make those and keep because someone will always want a solid colour jersey. I’m ill equipped to do graphic design on the same level as the Aussie brands and Rapha (just not enough imagination or design flair).