US Postal Service Pro Cycling Team Jersey Long Set (Winter Fleece)

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US Postal Service Pro Cycling Team Jersey Set (Winter Fleece)

  • Own a US Postal Service Pro Cycling Team jersey set today, comes with a winter fleece lining for those chilly winter rides!
  • Lance Armstrong won six Tours de France (1999–2004), that were later stripped, with US Postal, and his seventh with the team's new sponsor, Discovery Channel.
  • Why not try our summer material version with matching cap and vest!
  • The shorts seat pad is a gel type and is both breathable and comfortable
  • The jerseys is made with lightweight polyester
  • This jersey is comfortable, breathable and made with performance in mind
  • Full length front zipper and three back pockets

Ordering a full set but need different sized jersey & shorts? No problem, just leave a comment in the Shopping Cart (i.e. jersey L, shorts XL).

And remember, please refer to the size guide - if in doubt please order a size up!

Our jerseys are shipped on demand, directly from the factory. The below timescale give best and worst-case delivery times:

  • United States: 2 - 3 weeks
  • United Kingdom: 2 - 3 weeks
  • Rest of the World: 2 - 4 weeks

And remember, we provide Free Worldwide Delivery!

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Going Postal Winter Kit

Great winter kit for cold, dry conditions. The winter fleece bib tights feature solid ankle zippers with reflectors, and are used between 5'C and -2'C (so far) keeping me nice and warm. The fit is tight with size L, but aero. Normally I wear size L summer short from Retro with a perfect fit, but the fleece must be making them a tad tighter. The material is not as stretchy as the shorts offered here. The winter fleece jersey is likewise warm. I wear them both with just a windbreaker over the jersey down to -2 so far and its plenty warm on fast rides.

Thank you Michael, indeed the fleece jerseys can be a little snug, hopefully all the better to keep you warm! Happy riding this winter & stay safe, Andy