Ibex Sizing Chart
|Bust||33||34-35||36-37||38-39||40½ - 42½|
Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions, and are in inches unless otherwise noted.
INSEAM may vary depending on style. Check "More Info" for specific inseams.
*Glove measure at fullest pare of the hand below the knuckes. Unisex are the same as men's.close
4.9 out of 5
October 08, 2009
I have never owned a wool jersey but I wore this jersey for the first time last weekend for a century and it was fantastic. I had the pockets full including a water bottle and it did not sag a bit. I am 6" 165 41 chest and slim waist. Great fit and enough room in the bottom to fill the pockets.
June 22, 2009
I bought my Jersey according to the sizing chart and found that it was too tight or maybe just too small, buy according to the chart if you want a tight form fitting jersey. I called customer service, they suggested that I go up one size and try that. They offered to send me a return shipping label to return the other. Now that is customer service!
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November 02, 2011
Wool is the best material for a wide range of temps. I wear this Jersey all the time in the Spring thru Fall here in New England and only opt for something lighter when it's >90 degrees and humid. Have had it for over six months and can say the durability is excellent, holding up great.
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Awesome Wool Cycling Jersey
September 23, 2010
I had to upsize from M to L because the fit was too form-fitting for me (5'11'', 155 lb). When I leaned forward on the bike the shirttail would ride too high, and the sleeves and chest were too tight for mountain biking comfort. Otherwise, this is my favorite short sleeve cycling jersey. Another great wool product from Ibex.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: very form-fitted
The perfect jersey
September 15, 2009
I like wool. Unfortunately, a Minnesota summer is too warm/sticky for the heavy jerseys such as WoolyWarm, Swobo, etc. Smartwool was decent but they are no longer 100% wool. So what's a cyclist to do? My answer is Ibex. The Indie is a perfect weight. Much lighter than the heavies and a smidgeon heavier than the Smartwool. I've had it out in 85 degrees with 60% humidity and it was so comfortable I was surprised to look down and see that it was soaked. Only trivial downside is that the elastic on the rear pockets is tighter than I would prefer. I guess that's useful if I ever do headstands but for on the bike looser would be better. Altrec customer service was great. I failed to order a size up and they couldn't have been better about the return. I would be ordering another jersey but they've run out of the blue ones. In short though, I'd probably buy a gray one from Altrec before buying a blue one elsewhere. Goofy but true.
April 09, 2013
this material is excellent. i wore this jersey on a 2 hr ride that was about 70 degrees F and it was comfortable. when i stopped for food, i did start to heat up a bit but while riding it was absolutely perfect. i think that is is very well suited for early morning rides that are less that 75 degrees F. i havent tried it in anything warmer than that but some say they use this material in the warm weather as well. i was amazed at the odor fighting properties of the wool. i sweated a great deal and i smelled the jersey the next day and there was absolutely no odor. amazing. i am 6'4" 165lbs and i got the large and it seems to work pretty well. it has a tighter fit which i like. the only thing i will say is that with loaded pockets in the bag, i did see a little sag but not bad. just dont expect it to fit tight in the back like lycra jerseys do.Pros: odor fighting properties, warm, lightweight, comfortable, Cons: price, fits loose in back so weight causes sag
best of best
March 23, 2012
I have 5 different wool jerseys and the Ibex Indie is the best of all for summer riding. In any temps below 85 this is the one I pick. I now have two and thinking about another in that new Black Light color too. The sizing is on small size from their chart but the same with most other bike jerseys I wear.
Good all around jersey
March 16, 2012
Right now, this is my favorite riding jersey. I use it for commuting in DC and trail riding outside the city. Feels like it is warmer than a polyester jersey when it is chilly ~50F. But, in 75-80F temps so far this spring...feels just as cool as your standard polyester jersey. I also own an Ibex long sleeve full zip jersey in a heavier thread count for winter commuting...and now Ibex jerseys are by far my favorite (own 4 swobo merino jerseys and one alchemist wool jersey).Pros: no stink, feels durable, Cons: difficult to get items out of jersey pockets
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