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Old 01-06-13, 21:48
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I don't like it at all, they should have gone more green on white, or what I would really prefer is them going back to this design scheme, with different colors and sponsors. it's a classic jersey that belongs back in the peloton

It's a brilliant, classic jersey, but Skil aren't a sponsor anymore.
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Cycling team kits are getting more and more boring. The new Movistar kit looks like something you could get off a semi-custom cycling gear website. Sky should just go to all black and get it over with.
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This thread is funny, you guys sound like a bunch of fashionistas.
Strangely enough it seems that if a kit's got too few colours, then it's boring, and if it's got too many then it unharmonic.
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Old 01-07-13, 19:09
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The "new" Garmin-Sharp kit is exactly the same as the old kit. I bet they'll have a new uni for the Tour like they've been doing.
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I'm glad to see the Movistar kit wasn't that chinese knockoff shown in here previously.
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Old 01-07-13, 20:06
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Well, the most beautiful jersey out there is still the maglia rosa. Although I want back the maglia ciclamino. What a beautiful colored jersey that was <3
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Old 01-07-13, 21:30
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Argos-Shimano's jersey for 2013

I think this is better than the Argos one introduced in April or May. would be great if it had dark shorts to go with it, im not a fan of white ones which theyve been having since 2011. Luckily enough Skil is still in the womens peloton...well I think anyway, any pics of the Skil-Argos women's team kit?
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Cycling team kits are getting more and more boring. The new Movistar kit looks like something you could get off a semi-custom cycling gear website. Sky should just go to all black and get it over with.
They couldn't possibly do that.... http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/UCI-...e-Men-in-Black
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I remember Boonen calling Vinokourov a man in black lol.
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At least they know how to make a proper national shirt for track.




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