NER Jersey Order Information

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Dylan Eberle

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Apr 18, 2022, 7:56:46 PM4/18/22
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Hi All,

I am interested in ordering a wool New England Randonneurs Wool Jersey?  I got some information at the end of the Sterling ride from organizers suggesting I should follow up via the discussion group....so that is what i'm doing. 

If the group leaders could please pass along any info regarding how to put together a wool jersey order, at your convenience, that would be wonderful. I am sure there are others who would be interested in placing an order as well. 

Thanks again and see some of you this coming Saturday!

-Dylan 


Erik Snow

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Apr 19, 2022, 9:24:48 AM4/19/22
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I too am interested in ordering a jersey! 

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Christian Ratliff

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Apr 19, 2022, 8:45:49 PM4/19/22
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Also interested!

Christian

Angel Garcia

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May 3, 2022, 11:45:10 AM5/3/22
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Interested

Dylan Eberle

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May 10, 2022, 8:48:48 PM5/10/22
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Hi NER organizers. Can you pass along the information we need to place an order? Seems to be a bit of interest. 

Jake Kassen

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May 12, 2022, 2:36:02 PM5/12/22
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Thank you everyone for the interest in the wool jersey. We (NER) don't have a group order going yet but it's in discussion.

We've been looking at Cima Coppi for wool jerseys (same company RUSA uses) which are very nice but also fairly pricey. In
the past we've used Oregon Cyclewear wool jerseys and had them embroidered -- riders can still buy these on their own if
they want; NER used the "Bend II" color. They are a good value as wool goes but I prefer Cima Coppi unless it's cold.

We're also discussing a new synthetic jersey but nothing has been finalized yet.

In both cases we expect riders to be able to order directly from these companies instead of needing to collect and place
orders as a group -- that was a drag to manage. More info will be posted here and sent to NER members when the project
moves forward.

I don't think we have a timeline (the reminders help) and the goal is to have something available later this year.

Jake
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eatbi...@gmail.com

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May 13, 2022, 10:34:25 AM5/13/22
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Thanks for chiming in Jake to give folks a sense of where we're at. I would just offer an observation that the Oregon Cyclewear jerseys are great, but reasonably heavyweight. I find them challenging (too hot) in anything but chilly-to-cold weather.
Best,
Dave

George Swain

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May 15, 2022, 11:01:16 AM5/15/22
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I would check in with our friends at SIR. They seem to have dialed-in branded rando clothing (wool and synthetics) to a very high standard.  

George

Andy G

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May 17, 2022, 8:00:20 AM5/17/22
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I have a Ranger Mullet Jersey from Cima Coppi and love it. It's a soft thin wool and I can wear it without a baselayer like I typically did with other wool jerseys. I'd love to buy more if that or similar was the option. As annoying as a group batch is, would that make shipping significantly less than many individual international orders?

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