Woodend warrior Registered User
#1

Does anyone know where I can get cycling jerseys printed up with a club logo. We need the jerseys supplied as well ? Our club is situated in Blessington Co Wicklow.

Speedmerchant Registered User
#2

Try spin11. Just got a custom strip from them. Nice design and quality.
Don't know how much it cost.

doozerie Registered User
#3

Cofides/Carvalho is another option. My club kit comes from them and although I haven't worn the shorts very often I've found them fairly good when I have done. The jerseys are fine too although it's a bit harder to accurately determine the quality there over a short period of time.

Beware of sizing though, whichever supplier you go with, as they are likely to be as haphazard as some of the big name companies - as an example, my Cofides kit is small but it's a bit smaller than some Castelli kit that I have (which has a reputation for small fit in its own right). I've no idea how much the Cofides kit actually costs, the minimum order size, the lead times, etc., I'm afraid, as I'm not involved in any of that.

Woodend warrior Registered User
#4

Speedmerchant said:
Try spin11. Just got a custom strip from them. Nice design and quality.
Don't know how much it cost.


Thanks. That name, spin 11 has been mentioned to me already so I'll give them a call. Thanks again

Woodend warrior Registered User
#5

Cofides/Carvalho is another option. My club kit comes from them and although I haven't worn the shorts very often I've found them fairly good when I have done. The jerseys are fine too although it's a bit harder to accurately determine the quality there over a short period of time.

Beware of sizing though, whichever supplier you go with, as they are likely to be as haphazard as some of the big name companies - as an example, my Cofides kit is small but it's a bit smaller than some Castelli kit that I have (which has a reputation for small fit in its own right). I've no idea how much the Cofides kit actually costs, the minimum order size, the lead times, etc., I'm afraid, as I'm not involved in any of that.


That's somewhere to start. The size issue is important. It seems to a regular problem that S,M,L and XL varies depending on the company producing the kit. I'll keep that in mind. Thanks.

doozerie Registered User
#6

You might get further responses if you have your thread moved from the adverts forum into the main cycling forum - I believe there are several people that have gone through a similar process to yourself that may be able to help and they may not spot your thread in this sub-forum.

Woodend warrior Registered User
#7

doozerie said:
You might get further responses if you have your thread moved from the adverts forum into the main cycling forum - I believe there are several people that have gone through a similar process to yourself that may be able to help and they may not spot your thread in this sub-forum.


Will do. Thanks

mirv Registered User
#8

I'm pretty sure the ROAR jerseys from last year were made by Spin11, but I'm not entirely sure. Tom himself has one of those.

Beasty Administrator
#9

Woodend warrior said:
Will do. Thanks

Moved from cycling adverts

OP, press the "report post" button or PM one of the mods if you need something like this doing - we simply don't have the time to look through every thread

Thanks

#10

Another Irish outfit: Watt Custom

Woodend warrior Registered User
#11

Rovi said:
Another Irish outfit: Watt Custom


I'll try that. Thanks

#12
cnocsibean Registered User
#13

Hi,
Hope this is not too late but our club got great value from
www.higearcyclingjerseys.com

really great quality stuff

godtabh Moderator
#14



The latest boards jersey order went through them. Due to be delivered at the end of this month which would be a 4 week turn around

shaka Registered User
#15

Malley sports.com do all kind sports gear including cycling gear, looking at club hoodys from them but haven't bought their cycling gear yet- have seen few clubs wearing it .

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