Louis Garneau Equipe 1.6 Jersey - Men's
Louis GarneauEquipe 1.6 Jersey - Men's

Equip yourself.

Break out the summer-weight cycling caps and kit up in style with the Louis Garneau Men's Equipe 1.6 Jersey. Bringing you a jersey to handle the warmest days, Garneau utilizes its exceptionally lightweight and breathable Diamond fabric to pull sweat off your body and promote evaporative cooling, while Airfit Mesh along the side panels provides further ventilation for unrivaled moisture management. The full-length zipper lets you control air flow, and an elastic hem prevents uncomfortable bunching. Three rear pockets offer easy access to energy gels and other ride essentials, with reflective piping to increase visibility to motorists in low-light conditions.

  • Take on the hottest rides of the summer with this jersey
  • Diamond and mesh fabrics wick sweat and promote airflow
  • Form-fitting design keeps cool fabric close to skin
  • Silicone gripper at hem locks the jersey in place
  • Multiple rear pockets stash gels, tubes, and water
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XXL size fits like an S

  • Size Bought: XXL

I order to have items brought to my country by a courier that handles customs and (expensive) freight costs. Sucks but it´s the only way to buy quality apparel here. Bought the exact same model I ordered a year ago, knowing (thinking) that it would fit good only to find out the zipper in this one barely closes. No way for me to return / exchange on time, so I´m stuck with trying to sell this for a loss.

Jose, I feel your pain.
The incorrect and or not so useful sizing information is one of the reasons why I stop buying cycling apparel on line. I brought this issue up to everybody’s attention to no avail. As you can tell, this chart is a generic chart (it even includes leg lenght !,?). The cycling industry seems to believe there is only one body fits all leaving many of us in the dirt struggling conctantly with items that do not fit or are way different than what they claim in their charts. I will not buy again until these issues are corrected. I hope you find a brand or seller who takes better care in addressing these issues (and I love Competitive Cyclist ! but the Company has done nothing to help erradicate this problem.) How about a chart that TRULY indicates chest size, front length, back length, etc... Now, those are meaningful numbers when describing a jersey’s specs ! Not leg length !