Fred Perry Casual cycle themed jerseys

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  • Ginjafro
    Ginjafro Posts: 572
    Blimey, just as pricey as the real thing too !
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  • petemadoc
    petemadoc Posts: 2,331
    Chav's 'll love 'em
  • ShutUpLegs
    ShutUpLegs Posts: 3,522
    Proper jerseys :lol:
  • brin
    brin Posts: 1,122
    HOW MUCH?????? :shock:
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Posts: 79,667
    About half the price of an Assos jersey?...
  • donkykong
    donkykong Posts: 160
    yeah but 75 quid and its go no names on either.
  • cornerblock
    cornerblock Posts: 3,228
    £75!! What a racket.

    :roll:
  • pilot_pete
    pilot_pete Posts: 2,120
    Slim fitting cycling shirt created in combed cotton
    Mmmnnn, best wear it with jeans down the pub then or else it would look like a wet skirt if I were to climb the Ventoux! :wink:

    PP
  • NapoleonD wrote:
    About half the price of an Assos jersey?...

    But is it comparable to an Assos jersey, I think the title of your thread says it isn't. I would say it's £30 or so cheaper than a Rapha jersey would be more accurate.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Posts: 79,667
    It's a casual top and priced similarly to other designer casual tops. Can't see why the cost is such a shock to people, are you all still living in 1987 and shopping in Top Man?

    That said, I can't afford one.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Posts: 79,667
    It's a casual top and priced similarly to other designer casual tops. Can't see why the cost is such a shock to people, are you all still living in 1987 and shopping in Top Man?

    That said, I can't afford one.
  • NapoleonD wrote:
    ...are you all still living in 1987 and shopping in Top Man?

    Yes, if you look at my record collection and yes, if you look at my clothes!

    :D
  • Bozman
    Bozman Posts: 2,518
    Fred.... chav?

    There's nothing chav about a knitted Fred Perry polo, it's a nice bit of old school as long as you have the top button done up.

    I think that the cycling tops look good and it's nice to see someone other than Paul Smith making an effort that area.
  • CarleyB
    CarleyB Posts: 475
    Ooo I really like them, shame they don't do womens !
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  • T.C.
    T.C. Posts: 495
    Aye nice stuff
  • cogidubnus
    cogidubnus Posts: 860
    I like, though at £75 its a little dear. Might put one on the birthday list..
  • navrig
    navrig Posts: 1,352
    £75 for a cotton top!!!

    Rip off. They might look good but at that price someone is making a lot of money.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Posts: 79,667
    As said before, no more expensive than any other designer ranges, and cheaper than a fair few!
  • squeeler
    squeeler Posts: 144
    NapoleonD wrote:
    As said before, no more expensive than any other designer ranges, and cheaper than a fair few!

    I tend to agree £75 seems comparable with similar brands but look at the state of that model wearing them, it looks like "heroin chic" has well and truly progressed to to "Zombie chav chic"
  • derosa
    derosa Posts: 2,819
    NapoleonD wrote:
    As said before, no more expensive than any other designer ranges, and cheaper than a fair few!

    I'll stick to the factory discount store and Menswear at Lidl.

    Big H

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  • Mark Bom
    Mark Bom Posts: 184
    Worth knowing that the rainbow stripes don't go right around the back. Its plain white to the rear!
  • Ber Nard
    Ber Nard Posts: 827
    Gary Imlach's probably bought all of them. One for each week of the TdF highlights programs.

    Rob