Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED - Black
Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED - Black
Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED - Black
Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED - Black
Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED - Black

Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED - Black

€47,50

Cycling shorts - Men - REDTED

Replica retro cycling shorts from our exclusive RedTed collection, some completely in black, others with a cycling team print. With the look of then and the comfort of now.

The RedTed Performance cycling shorts are made up of 3 different layers. The first layer is a breathable comfortable fabric (Lycra). The second layer contains an anti-shock cushion. The third layer is again a breathable fabric. Our RedTed Performance cycling shorts also contain a widened performance chamois for extra comfort and convenience. Suitable for short as well as long journeys. The RedTed Performance cycling shorts are available in 8 sizes, from S to 5XL.

NOTE! 'Italian' sizing and 'slim fit' so be sure to choose one size larger than your usual European clothing size. ALSO SEE THE SIZE CHART.

Scroll down to learn more about the story behind the cycling shorts.


Note:

Slightly smaller. When in doubt between two sizes, it is best to choose the largest size. See size chart above for the size details.



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Retro Cycling Shorts Gitane - REDTED

In 1973, the Gitane-Frigécrème cycling team was a French cycling team in which Joop Zoetemelk was the team leader. The team was sponsored by Gitane, a bicycle manufacturer, and Frigécrème, an ice cream and dairy manufacturer. Gitane was a prominent name in cycling and sponsored several cycling teams between 1948 and 1979, including the Gitane-Frigécrème cycling team. Joop Zoetemelk finished second in the overall classification of the Tour de France with Gitane-Frigécrème in 1973, behind Eddy Merckx. Other famous riders in the Gitane-Frigécrème team in 1973 were Gerard Vianen, Gibert Bellone,Jean-Claude Largeau and Michel Wright.