University of Wisconsin, Madison Cycling Jersey.
Our University of Wisconsin Madison jersey is designed for cycling. Beautifully sublimated graphics feature the colors Cardinal & White, Bucky on the sleeves, and a large "W" across the chest. Jerseys are meticulously constructed from treated micro fiber polyester for quick-drying, moisture transfer ensuring total riding comfort. Three rear cargo pockets provide easy storage and neck zippers allow adjustable ventilation. Officially approved and licensed by your favorite colleges and universities. Show your colors and go Bucky! All college jerseys include a one year guarantee on all workmanship. Click here for more details
. In addition if there's a problem with sizing we will gladly swap it out for another, no questions asked.
NOTE: Adrenaline Promotions' College jerseys tend to run small; we strongly recommend ordering one size larger than you typically would.
Adrenaline Promotions' College Jerseys are designed with race fit guidelines, intended to fit snugly to your body; we recommend ordering a size larger than you typically would. For additional questions about sizing, call our cycling clothing experts toll-free at 1-888-817-8060 or e-mail us at Sales@bicyclinghub.com
University of Wisconsin
• FREE Shipping on US orders over $70
• First company to sell Wisconsin jersey online
• One-year warranty
Thanks for choosing BicyclingHub.com! I've known the owner of Adrenaline Promotions, John Ambrose, for over 10 years now. We were one of the first companies selling Adrenaline Jerseys when we ordered our first one in December of 2002. Since then, we've sold well over 6,000 of their jerseys and our customers, both in the United States and overseas, are still just as satisfied with the quality and fit.
Speaking of fit, the Wisconsin jersey does run on the small side and will fit tighter than your other jerseys. So if you prefer a looser fit, order a size up. Give our cycling clothing experts a call if you have any questions and we'll be sure to get you the right size.
by Douglas Duguay, owner