What's Cool In Road Cycling

PEZ Jerseys: Looking Even Better!

It’s no secret that PEZ-fans are top-notch, but we admit that some do look better than others… especially when sporting the so hot it’s cool PEZCycling jersey. As Borat would say, these jerseys might even make for some good ‘sexy-time’…

Yup – even we didn’t know a PEZ jersey could look this good. The PEZ editorial staff have been studying this latest photo for a some time now, and it’s maybe the best look we’ve seen…

PEZ-Fan Rebecca proves the PEZ jerseys looks as good (if not better) on women, as it does on men! That long zip is great for keeping cool under a hot Tuscan sun.

It could be the:
Raglan style cut is the perfect cyclists fit – no bunching or pinching whether you’re in the drops or on the tops.
30cm Zipper – nice and long to promote max airflow – while avoiding those unsightly “fullzip” bulges.
Pockets – 3 deep in back with lots ‘o room for storage.
• Color: stylish PEZ Azure Blue

One thing we are sure of – if you are not completely satisfied with the quality, fit, style, and overall coolness of your very own PEZCYCING jersey, then we’ll refund your money.

They’re still only US$69.99 + shipping, and are available at GloryCycles.com , Buy one today and start lookin’ good!

Made from Bergamo’s100% dual knit microfiber and sewn in house at their factory in Italy – the inside draws moisture away from your skin so you feel dryer and more comfy.

Get ‘Em Only Online At GloryCycles.com

Priced for Everyone at only $69.99 + shipping

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL
Note: They’re the Euro-racer cut and do fit smaller, so unless you like ‘em snug, we suggest ordering one size larger than US sizes.

Click The small Jersey To Buy ‘EM!

• See how PEZ-Kit is made in our Bergamo Factory Tour

Get Bergamo Custom Kit for Your Club or Team
– Call Gary or Rob at Upland Sports Group and they’ll set you up.
Phone: 510.903.0130
Email: [email protected]
Web: UplandSG.com

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