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Love Hate Jersey


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A luxurious short sleeve jersey made from Italian fabrics, designed for just about every ride. It's highly breathable, moisture-wicking and incredibly soft against your skin with a reassuringly dense feel to the fabric. Featuring our font graphic love/hate design.

Made from luxurious, custom Italian fabrics, we've designed this jersey to be everything you need, on just about every type of ride, but without shouting about it. It's breathable, moisture-wicking and incredibly soft against your skin - it feels fast but not a 'i've been shrink-wrapped' kind of fast. It feels perfect.

It’s how we all feel when we go deep: we've all been there on the bike, cursing at our legs, our equipment and our choices - emotions at either end of the spectrum, we briefly question our love for the sport. But, without fail, by the end of a ride any negative feelings have subsided and it always comes back to love.

We've worked with legends of cycling clothing design, Castelli to hone the cut of this jersey and the result is just right. So that's we called it. The aim is to make sure that you're really comfortable wearing it on your everyday rides, the rides that you do day in, day out in a variety of weather and at different intensities - after all, that's what it's been made for. The result is a jersey that's neither too tight, nor loose and flappy. Wide, silicone hems on the sleeves and waist make sure everything stays comfortably in place while the shaping of the collar is great whether in the drops or pulling up to the office.

  • Cut with comfort in mind - not too aero, and certainly not flappy
  • Super soft and comfortable against your skin
  • Moisture-wicking material keeps you at the right temperature
  • Fast drying
  • Nice, wide raw edge sleeve endings mean no pinching on your arms or sleeves riding up
  • A shaped collar provides comfort on the drops and a classy look at the cafe
  • 3 open rear pockets and a 4th zipped pocket
  • Woven CHPT3 label

one jersey for all

hate never wins