Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Nice but the normal shirt is better
Nice shirt, very thin fabric (I guess that's why they call it Lite!) that's bordering on see-through. Interesting zip design, the shirt covers the zip when it's done right up, meaning it can't rub your throat. Has 4 pockets on the back, 3 where'd you'd normally expect to find them plus 1 offset to the side and zipped to hold items securely. The centre pocket is the only place you'll be putting any spares though, the other pockets are too small to carry much other than a short pump in one and anything you don't mind losing in the other (it's about 3 inches deep). Good for time-trialling when you want to travel lite but do need to carry a little bit. The standard FS260 Pro shirt is a better bet for everyday riding.
07 April 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous pockets
Nice jersey and helps to keep you cool in the heat, but is let down but a poorly designed trio of pockets.
The side pockets aren't much use as I have lose a few gels, a pair of glasses and a phone.
Other point to note is that it has a full length zip, very long sleeves and looks alot better than the skech.
24 May 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Good quality jersey
As an average sized female who isn't a petite midget, I buy men's cycle jerseys to get a sensible fit (and a jersey that really is the size it says it is). Endura jerseys have worked well for me, and this one is particularly good. It is a fairly loose fit compared with others I have tried (such as Santini), and I am delighted with it. I have the lime green one, which may sound like an odd colour, but I think it's very attractive colour - it goes well with black, navy, grey or blue shorts, so if you're fashion-conscious it's pretty impressive!
08 April 2010