New awesome looking line of women's cycling gear



von301ne

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Hi Ladies, I am in the process of establishing a new hip line of women's cycling gear, great colors great designs. Please feel free to give me some input as to what you are looking for. I will keep you posted with the progress./img/vbsmilies/smilies/smile.gif
 

DonnaB312

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I'm always in the market for "hip" women's cycling apparel and accessories. I'm always checking out Team Estrogen's website. Would love to see what you come up with.
 

von301ne

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Hi Donna, thanks for the response. I have being cycling for several years, and have always used the guys gear, as I found the women's stuff was just too foo foo or drab. I like bright colors with imaginative and awesome designs so I have started my own line. I am looking forward to bringing a couple of the cycling shirts to market as soon as possible. Keep checking in for updates./img/vbsmilies/smilies/smile.gif
 

nuliajuk

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I'd like to see some larger sizes. Men's cycling clothes can go all the way up XXXL, but most women's gear only seems go up to a very small XL - about a size 14 or 16 at most. I'm definitely not shaped like a man, so I end up making my own stuff to get something that fits properly.
 

von301ne

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I think its great that you are able to make your own stuff so it fits more to your preference.
I will certainly keep your response on my list of suggestions/img/vbsmilies/smilies/smile.gif
 

sherides

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I have to agree with the need for plus sizes.

I especially love skorts because no one wants to see my thighs and butt in tight shorts, but mostly I can only find black ones that are large enough.

Good luck with your new venture.



Karen