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Subject: XXL Cycling Jerseys
I need to sell 3 of my cycling jerseys since I have dropped a bunch of weight and have no use for these anymore. They are all size XXL. I would really like to sell all 3 together so I can send in one shipment. The zippers are all fine and work well.

I'm asking $60 shipped and if you need to see any close up photos or any special info let me know.



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2013-06-25 9:30 AM
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Subject: RE: XXL Cycling Jerseys
Edit - the price should have read $50 shipped for all 3.
2013-06-25 8:08 PM
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Subject: RE: XXL Cycling Jerseys
Alex, I'm interested in these for my husband. What condition are they in, and he's 6 ft 5 in...think they would be long enough?

Thanks!
2013-06-26 7:31 AM
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Subject: RE: XXL Cycling Jerseys
Alex,

I'm also interested. I just purchased an XL cycling jersey and it's too tight. I'm 6'6" 235 with more of a weight lifting build, would you say the jersey has good room in the shoulders? That was really the limiting factor on the XL I just got. Thanks!
2013-06-26 8:41 AM
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Subject: RE: XXL Cycling Jerseys
I grabbed one and took a tape to it and here is what I came up with.

Armpit to armpit = 24"
Front from neck to bottom = 25"
Back from neck to bottom = 30"

As for condition they are in very good shape. No stains at all.
2013-06-26 4:16 PM
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Length sounds perfect! I'd like to purchase them....sending a PM your way.


2013-06-26 8:28 PM
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Subject: RE: XXL Cycling Jerseys
Sold. Thanks everyone.
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