Tudor Sport’s York Jersey is a timeless classic likely to find popularity with a new audience loving retro chic but loathing boutique prices, while retaining its traditional touring and club market. For all its classic charms, the simple cotton/nylon mix lacks the climate control of modern fabrics so a good base layer is essential-it’s not water-repellent either and will take a good couple of hours at room temperature to dry from saturated but in fairness, getting to this state demanded ninety minutes in the pouring rain.
Foska are the go-to company if you want a good quality jersey with a distinctive print. Trouble is, they're also the go-to company if you want a jersey that matches the crrraaay-zee Homer Simpson tie that your kids bought you for Father's Day. Happily this Beanz top is one of the more restrained designs, and to be fair there are plenty of others, national flags being a big theme along with various beer and food brands, it certainly didn't make me feel that I was trying to show the world what a jolly fellow I was.
Describing Protective’s Silas as a hybrid of jersey and winter training jacket implies compromise when it is in fact an ideal addition to your winter wardrobe worn with a high quality base layer. Complete with full-length zip and winter weight it feels every bit as inviting as it looks. Tectron Warm is a very sophisticated double-layered knitted fabric proving that not all Polyester garments are the same.