Blackmore Mens Cycling Jersey

  

Blackmore Cycling Jersey Review




 I am reviewing a very impressive Cycle Jersey from a company called "Blackmore"they are based in Chelmsford, Essex.  They are a fairly new company but don't let that put you off, because I will tell you the "Blackmore" cycling jersey is "First Class" !

This is a very hard review to do, because I just can't express in words the "Big Quality Feel" of this Jersey, it's the only cycling jersey that I have personally rode in for over 70 miles and have still wanted to carry on wearing it well after the ride was over!

The size I have on review is a large one, and is called the "Roses Jersey" in their collection of products.  Priced at £49.99  they also do other collections of jerseys called "Standard" and "Duck Jersey" they also do a range of socks, and  caps as well as bib shorts.

Blackmore came about from a idea that Nick Hobbs (the owner I think)  along with a couple of mates,  they managed to get it funded through the Kickstarter crowd funding platform, and the first sample was produced, this jersey is a long way past that time.

So enough of the gibberish from me and onto just how good the "Roses Jersey" really is!


 Package wise nothing special, came in a clear plastic bag.


 "Blackmore" a name you will be seeing more of in the future! 
Screen printing is spot on, and just love the "Duck" The inspiration for the duck emblem on their clothing, came from a sign in the village of Blackmore, warning motorists about ducks crossing the road!

 YKK cam-lock zip that feels smooth, does not dig into your skin.
Roses on the neck and sleeve are reflective, a nice touch that.  

 The jersey has two piece stand up collar that is comfortable around the neck

 360 Silicone gripper that work's a treat, not once did I have to pull it down at the back, when in the drop down position on the ride.

 Looks great, feels great.


 The Blackmore has 3 angled deep rear pockets that keeps your items safe.




 You can tell it is Superior Quality!


 Lazar cut sleeve ends 


 Pockets are nice and deep.





Simply put this is the most comfortable cycling jersey I have ever had the pleasure to wear!
All day in the saddle and not once was it uncomfortable, it did not ride up my back when I dropped down on the handle bars, the pockets kept everything where it should be and the collar never rubbed, this is a pretty impressive cycling jersey and I would recommend to anyone serious about being comfortable on there bike ride.

The Roses Blackmore cycling jersey has been worn and washed and it has kept its shape, no runs, no stretching or shrinking of the material even the pockets have kept there shape and the neck is as good as the  first day I put it on. 

If you own a Cycle shop and would like to stock some Blackmore cycle jerseys drop them a line.

If you are passing Chelmsford drop into Chelmer Cycles as they stock a few shirts.

http://www.chelmercycles.co.uk/

Blackmore Apparel also design cycling team kits. 

 

 Help for Heroes Big Battle Field Bike Ride.

Give them a Email at
Email custom@rideblackmore.com


 


Foot Note This is not a Paid Advertisement for Blackmore Apparel

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