Expired Hot Deals

[SVP sports] Oakley Cycling Jerseys and Bibs

  • Last Updated:
  • Aug 15th, 2020 1:15 pm
[OP]
Member
Apr 29, 2007
272 posts
59 upvotes
Toronto

Oakley Cycling Jerseys and Bibs

Deal Link:
Price:
19.99
Savings:
80-90% off
Retailer:
SVP sports
Bunch of Oakley cycling gear, some bags, some golf shirts.

Not sure if there are any road cyclists on here, but a good deal if you are in the market for some cheap bibs and jerseys.

Oakley site has the same stuff for more.

Shipping for in store pick up was quick and easy.

***fyi these fit very slim. I’m 180lb 5’8. Semi athletic build / dad bod. I wear a L/Xl in Oakley cycling.
Last edited by all3nb on Jul 12th, 2020 9:36 pm, edited 2 times in total.
100 replies
Sr. Member
Jun 9, 2009
773 posts
131 upvotes
Hamilton
Never heard of this store. Is it brand new?
Jr. Member
Jul 28, 2010
131 posts
65 upvotes
Brampton
peji911 wrote: Never heard of this store. Is it brand new?
Sil Vous Plait has been around for a long time
Sr. Member
User avatar
Feb 1, 2012
501 posts
171 upvotes
Montreal
Good deal OP.
No large though
[OP]
Member
Apr 29, 2007
272 posts
59 upvotes
Toronto
KT2312 wrote: Good deal OP.
No large though
For reference, the race and aero lines fit pretty slim, I’d size up 1 or 2.
Newbie
Aug 24, 2014
21 posts
11 upvotes
I'm 6'3" (36" waist) and I normally wear large, sometimes XL. I've ordered XL bib and jersey. Let's see...

Thanks!
Jr. Member
User avatar
Jan 1, 2017
187 posts
89 upvotes
I’m about the same weight and height as you.
Ordered XL bi shorts and jerseys, hopefully they fit.
Newbie
Oct 20, 2014
63 posts
47 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Great deal. Sort of glad they are sold out of XL.
I've picked up a couple similar styles in store for $40.
Im 6'1 - 195 lbs and they fit well.
Jr. Member
Oct 27, 2011
150 posts
154 upvotes
VANCOUVER
I'm 5'8" 145 pounds. Any advice on if I should go with small or medium on the jerseys?
Newbie
Mar 24, 2006
83 posts
16 upvotes
Vancouver
Usernameandpassword wrote: I'm 5'8" 145 pounds. Any advice on if I should go with small or medium on the jerseys?
I'm 5'11, 180lbs. Oakely Medium cycle jerseys are super tight on me so it might actually fit you correctly at 5'8/145.
Newbie
Mar 14, 2018
96 posts
98 upvotes
Thanks OP! Just decided to get into road cycling and this gear at this price was exactly what I was looking for!
Jr. Member
Jan 1, 2016
173 posts
167 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
Only XXL size left. I feel like most people who are XXL probably also don't wear these in the first place Face With Tears Of Joy
Newbie
May 23, 2020
93 posts
68 upvotes
Was out on my bike and missed this. Oh man..
EQ Bank, Amex Simply Cash, Tangerine, Zoomer
Member
Aug 24, 2006
264 posts
190 upvotes
Toronto
SuperOxide wrote: Only XXL size left. I feel like most people who are XXL probably also don't wear these in the first place Face With Tears Of Joy
Always some guy fluffing his ego in every single sports apparel thread... What size do you imagine a guy with a 50" chest and proper shoulders would wear? Not all cyclists are 5'2. Sure, you'll never be a pro, but then again they also make basketball shoes in size 8 too 🤦‍♂️
Member
Aug 24, 2006
264 posts
190 upvotes
Toronto
peji911 wrote: Never heard of this store. Is it brand new?
SVP has been around in the GTA since at least the early 2000s, perhaps since the 90s. They've had stores in Rexdale, Scarborough and one by Yorkdale for a good 20 years now. I think their website is newer. It's built on Shopify.

They specialize in heavily discounted outlet merchandise. Some of it just B-grade merchandise - when a manufacturer reaches the end of a production line, they don't run out of all input material at the same time and they'll usually use inferior substitutes and sell those in outlets. Have many friends who stopped shopping there because of bad quality. From anecdotal evidence, they've also carried fakes at various times. Their championship Raptors New Era hats were comically bad imitations for sure.
That being said, I don't think anyone in their right mind would make fake Oakley cycling jerseys, so these are probably just an outlet stock dump.

Thanks for posting OP!
all3nb wrote: ***fyi these fit very slim. I’m 180lb 5’8. Semi athletic build / dad bod. I wear a L/Xl in Oakley cycling.
The Oakley site has a size calculator. Just search for the product code and there's a tool listed there. Not sure if it's there on the mobile site or just desktop.

FYI, all the $19 jerseys are gone except for one style in limited sizes. Some bibs and premium ($40) jerseys still left.
Member
Apr 23, 2016
473 posts
515 upvotes
Kelowna
Argh. Wish I saw this in time! Everything decent is sold out.
Member
User avatar
Nov 30, 2013
208 posts
214 upvotes
NB
SuperOxide wrote: Only XXL size left. I feel like most people who are XXL probably also don't wear these in the first place Face With Tears Of Joy
No need to come across as an a$$. If these are made in China then it XXL is more like a LG or MED. FWIW I have Castelli bibs in XXL that fit like a L in Garneau or PI. It is all about how they are made.
Deep_Stich wrote: Always some guy fluffing his ego in every single sports apparel thread... What size do you imagine a guy with a 50" chest and proper shoulders would wear? Not all cyclists are 5'2. Sure, you'll never be a pro, but then again they also make basketball shoes in size 8 too 🤦‍♂️
You are being polite calling it 'ego'. This guy is no pro either but it is always fun to pretend, right !?

I ordered a couple pair, even if they are too big they would be great to use when on the trainer during the winter. I ALWAYS seem to forget to wash them after one or two uses. Nothin' worse than putting on un washed bike bibs.

PS(FOR THE GUYS) - NEVER WEAR WHITE BIKE SHORTS !
Last edited by daviddavieboy on Aug 6th, 2020 5:29 am, edited 1 time in total.
I AM NOT A BOOMER, but I wish i was.
Member
Feb 13, 2008
390 posts
194 upvotes
Hamilton
SuperOxide wrote: Only XXL size left. I feel like most people who are XXL probably also don't wear these in the first place Face With Tears Of Joy
This is cycling clothing - unless you are a full on athlete or like the sausage look you always need to upsize a lot. Since this is a North American manufacturer it might not be too bad, I'm 6'1" and a large, for European cycling kit I wouldn't order less than 2X or even 3X.

Top