Guvnor’s Assembly Jersey for the Chilly Weather

by Adam on 1, February, 2014

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Never the quickest to rush Assembly products out, research, quality assurance actually leaving the Public House to sort matters all take their time. Fortunately the Design Department is not so slothful as the Press Office and this little number dropped onto the desk from the blue.

The Winter Jersey is again produced by those marvellous chaps at Soigneur who have again been generous in asking if we can get the ball rolling with a reasonable first order by the 14th February. If things continue to plan they will carry on producing them on an ad-hoc basis. Jerseys ordered will be shipped directly to the individual, who will also be responsible for any extra import charges, although between you, me and the door we have been fairly lucky in the respect.

Please find enclosed the size guide* in lbs, feet and inches as well as foreign.

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

<34.6

34.6-36.6

37-39

39.4-41.3

41.7-43.7

44.1-46.1

<88

88-93

94-99

100-105

106-111

112-117

 

Time to mention the unmentionables this lovely Merino goodness, comes in at £110.00 not cheap by any means, but if you care to look around at other long sleeve Merino jerseys it is fair to say good value.

If you interest has been piqued then take me to the shop.

*The sizes are of a “cycling fit” i.e. fairly slim, not an issue for members of the Guvnors Assembly but for a more relaxed fit it may be worth getting the next size up, it is also worth mentioning that Soigneur have been good enough to produce jerseys outside of this range going larger, smaller and even lady bit size.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Dave Boardman February 1, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Splendid. Just splendid.

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lincstcq February 1, 2014 at 3:26 pm

Just the ticket !

(Spot On Mrs Adam – to the rescue ??)

might just make great summer wear the way things are going !!

T

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Adam February 1, 2014 at 6:15 pm

Of course.

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Foss February 2, 2014 at 12:16 am

A most splendid effort from the GA design dept , I especially like the floating arm patches , though they might put a few seconds on our sportives times due to wind resistance .

Fantastic job Gill .

Regards
Foss

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