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An Post - CRC / Sean Kelly Full Zip Jersey

The new team jersey for An Post - Chain Reaction Cycles. Featuing screen printed graphics on front and back detailing various sponsors. With rear pockets and a full zip this top will be the best addition to any riders wardrobe.

An Post Jersey Features:

  • 100% Polyester
  • Moisture Wicking
  • Snag resistant sublimated Polyester
  • Flat Seams
  • 3 Rear Pockets
  • Screen Print Graphics Throughout

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Currently we only have the XXL jersey in stock. I have taken the measurements down and they are -

44inch Chest
27inch Length

When more stock comes in please contact our
customerservice@chainreactioncycles.com and we can provide the additional details.
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Are they small fitting? I'm 6ft (approx. 44" chest) and take large in Altura jersey (short sleeve) which is not tight fitting (don't have frame for tight).

Therefore would I be large or XL to have it in similar loser fit?

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I would recommend going for a size above what you are used to wearing in a jersey so an XL should be suitable. The majority of all the European manufacturers will have small fitting clothing including jerseys.
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