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The Cycling Podcast T-Shirt

NOK400.00 (incl. import duty)

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A slim fit t-shirt awarded by The Cycling Podcast to riders who demonstrate charming pedalling in the spirit of Hugo Koblet, the original ‘Pédaleur de Charme’.

The Cycling Podcast T-ShirtNOK400.00

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For charming pedallers

This is the same t-shirt that the Cycling Podcast awards to professional riders who embody the spirit of original ‘Pédaleur de Charme’ Hugo Koblet. The Swiss was renowned as much for his riding prowess as his immaculate appearance and his jerseys had special pockets sewn in to fit a comb, a bottle of eau de cologne and a sponge. Featuring a new illustration by Matt Blease, this high quality cotton t-shirt is slim-fit with a longer cut back panel and a subtle Rapha armband.

FEATURES

  • Special edition Pédaleur de Charme t-shirt
  • Exclusive new illustration by Matt Blease
  • 100% cotton t-shirt
  • Slim fit
  • Longer-cut back panel

FABRIC

  • 100% cotton

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Machine wash: 30°C
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Warm iron - 2 dots
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not dry clean

Body sizing

Chest: measure underneath the armpits with the tape measure straight around.
Back Length: measure from the bottom of where your collar sits/base of the neck to the bottom of your spine.
Arm length: measure from where the seam would start at shoulder to bottom of the wrist.

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