This long sleeve 100% merino beauty will keep you smelling like a rose after the toughest of climbing days. A Tasmanian made solution for 4 seasons in one day. A long sleeve 100% merino wool road jersey with a heavier weight 200gsm fabric. The perfect jersey for those long climbs on a cool Tassie morning. Named after the iconic climb on the famous Launceston loop the Sidling is as durable and versatile as the riders who power their way up and over the foggy, forested hills North East of Launceston.
The Sidling Road Cycling Jersey is great for long rides or multi-day rides when you want a little extra sun protection or some versatile warmth. Perfect year round when worn solo, and toasty when layered under another top or rain jacket in winter.
AU $165 = CA$153, €107, NZ$173, £90, US$124
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Superfine Merino fabric we use is 100% Australian grown, woven and dyed. It is woven and dyed in Victoria, Australia helping our Merino to maintain a lower carbon footprint by reducing the transportation required from the farm to our suppliers, to us; all of which add to the already high sustainable credentials of wool fibre.
Our Merino is also certified ‘non-Mulesing’, meaning it is sourced from ‘best farming practices’ growers that ensure the highest standards of animal welfare.
The 200gsm Superfine Merino is light and tough, yet soft against the skin with a non itch feel.
Other key features of Merino are:
- Fully breathable.
- Natural thermally regulating – keeps you warm in winter AND cool in summer.
- Naturally anti bacterial and odour free.
- Flame resistance.
- Sustainable, renewable and biodegradable.
- Ethically grown, locally.
- 17-18 Micron, Superfine Merino Wool
- Not blended with other, lesser quality wool.
- Machine washable.
- Excellent colour fastness.
|Typical Size||XS (34)||S (36)||M (38)||L (40)||XL (42)||3XL (46)|
|B= FINISHED LENGTH:||34.5cm|
Keep in mind Merino does not have the stretch of many synthetics, so a firm fitting Merino top will feel… firm.
‘Finished’ refers to the final dimensions of the garment and you can use these to measure against a similar garment you may have to see how they compare. Keep in mind that when using this method, there will be some discrepancies due to unavoidable variations in sewing etc., as well as any shrinkage in the garment you are using to measure from.
To measure a top, lay it flat and use the below chart as a guide on how to obtain comparative measurements. Try and make sure there are no wrinkles when measuring and ensure not to stretch the garment, which can make it longer than it really is. (Note: Measurements may vary +/-5mm | 1/4″):
A = FINISHED CHEST: Measured from arm pit to arm pit.
B = LENGTH: Measured at the side from arm pit to base of hem.
C = HEM: The finished hem of the top laid flat. Measured across the base.
D = SLEEVE LENGTH: Measured from collar edge to the cuff.
F = DROP: The amount the centre back hem is lower than the front.
For best results and product longevity, we suggest the following care instructions:
- Cold to warm wash. Cold wash for best results.
- Hang or warm machine dry. Hang dry is preferable.
- Do not bleach.
- Warm iron.
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