Attaquer All Day Jersey review

Aussie designed jersey, made from Swiss fabric and manufactured in Italy

Attaquer All Day Jersey
Cycling Weekly Verdict

With a cut that doesn't require the build of a World Tour whippet and high tech fabrics that are soft on the skin, Attaquer's All Day is a winner with a non-offensive price tag.

Reasons to buy
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    Ultra-soft fabrics

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    Slim but not too slim

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    Low cut neck and long sleeves

Reasons to avoid
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    Tall pockets may test your flexibility

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Hailing from Sydney Australia, Attaquer (pronounced attacker) got its start in loud and lairy limited edition kits. With designs ranging from pink animals to full-on Mario Cipollini head to toe zebra stripes, they were eye-catching and surprisingly high quality for a start-up brand. They were also cut so slim they made race cut kits look baggy.

As time went on, the brand slowly transitioned into more subtle designs and progressed away from the uber slim race fit which permeated its first few releases. The brand still has limited-edition releases — like The Wild Ones released earlier in 2020, shod with animal prints that would have even Carol Baskin clicking add to cart. The All-Day range, on the other hand, are a permanent fixture in the Aussie outfits range and is designed for, you guessed it, All-Day long-ride comfort. 

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