Cycling clothing

cmhill79 Posts: 138
edited December 2013 in Road general
Hi All
Can I ask where people are buying their cycling clothing from these days? Preferably online?


  • napoleond
    napoleond Posts: 5,992

    They often have stuff on offer ridiculously cheap.
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  • Mikey23
    Mikey23 Posts: 5,306
    My LBS... Whom I would really like to encourage to stay in business
  • iPete
    iPete Posts: 6,076
    Just because its local, doesn't by default make it good but if I have to try something on I will seek out a good LBS.

    For me, nearly all my stuff comes from either: (only click if into FG/SS)
  • johnny25
    johnny25 Posts: 344
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    Picked up some great deals on components and clothing this year.

    Castelli Cafe - End of line clothing is/was going cheap, especially cycling tops. Otherwise expensive!
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Posts: 79,667
    edited December 2013
    For clothing it would have to be wiggle (unless chain reactions returns are any better these days) if online due to their super easy and free returns.

    Evans cycles price match both sites though so if you are able to get to a store you could click and collect a couple of sizes. That way you do not have the hassle of repackaging/posting and have supported a company with real shops.
    Even if you did it all online through evans you are supporting a company with real shops. You can return an online purchase to a shop too.

    The only decent LBS around here that I would be interesting in supporting does not really sell any clothing I would want, but I make an effort to use him when possible.
  • cmhill79
    cmhill79 Posts: 138
    Mikey23 wrote:
    My LBS... Whom I would really like to encourage to stay in business

    Think yourself lucky you can afford to buy clothing from a LBS