Le Col Sport Jersey II review

The Sport jersey from Le Col will suit those looking for a more relaxed fit

Le Col Sport II jersey
(Image credit: Le Col)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

A light and breathable jersey with a comfortable fit which doesn't flap on the bike but also offers comfort, and room for a large lunch stop! The high pockets to provide plenty of space to stash tools and snacks - though we weren't fans of the move away from a traditional size and shape.

Reasons to buy
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    Relaxed fit

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    Light, breathable fabric

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Sleeves ride up

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    High pockets not to all tastes

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Le Col's Sport Jersey has long been a mainstay of the brand's range, and this second iteration has seen some updates - including the use of more pre-dyed material and a lengthening of the sleeves.

This jersey has always been designed to provide a more comfortable and relaxed fit when compared with the more race orientated options within Le Col's family. With the brand being founded by former pro Yanto Barker, 'aerofit' really does mean 'aerofit', so pulling on the 'Sport' model I was pleased to find the claim rang true.

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