Due to lots of boring reasons, I’m no longer making cycling jerseys. I’m leaving this page up for inspiration and reference, and I’m in the process of writing a guide to help people make their own jerseys. Thanks for looking around, and don’t hesitate to drop me a line if you have any questions!
Merino wool is a staple of high-end athletic wear, and makes for an especially good base layer for running, climbing, and, of course, cycling. It’s excellent at regulating body temperature and wicking moisture, keeping you warm and dry even after a hard workout. These jerseys are perfect for the cold (I bike to work in the winter wearing only 2 layers of merino and a fleece vest), and excellent on their own for warmer days.
Pure merino wool is the Nutella of activewear fibers. It’s silky smooth against the skin and oh so delicious, plus it wicks moisture without becoming cold and clammy once you get to your destination. Best of all, it’s hardy, and it won’t retain stink like synthetic fibers can. Whether you’re out for a punishing ride or just going for a beer with friends, this jersey will keep you warm and looking sharp.
Each of these jerseys was upcycled from 100% merino wool sweaters, which were washed and reconstructed into a stylish top with vintage flair.
Custom cycling jerseys
These are all examples of jersey’s I’ve made, to spark your imagination. I’m no longer taking orders, but I’m happy to answer any questions you may have about making your own!