Review - Primal Shape Up Evo SS Cycling Jersey

Review - Primal Shape Up Evo SS Cycling Jersey
Summer has arrived *touch wood*. Time to Shape Up and get the short sleeve cycling jerseys in action. This cool and quirky design from Primal Europe is a sure fire winner.

The Primal Europe brand was first introduced to me because of their custom team kit; we chose it as our kit for the Isle of Wight Cycling Team and at the Island Games. Our kit for the Island Games was in fact the Evo jersey, so I knew well before pulling this new design on that it would be a quality jersey, with a great fit and feel.

As well as their custom kit, which is high-end race-ready apparel, Primal also produce a fantastic range of fun and cheerful cycling kit, such as the Shape Up jersey. It is always great to have a few light-hearted designs in your cycling wardrobe, and you will find a great selection at Primal Europe.

The design of the short sleeve jersey is certainly fun and different, but the Shape Up jersey is also very well made. The fabric is thicker than some jersey materials, but that means it lasts particularly well with multiple wears and washes. Even the white areas on this jersey have come out clean after some dirty early season rides.

With three useful rear pockets, a full-length zipper, and a great build quality; this has all the components required to become a favourite summer jersey.

>> Shop the Primal Shape Up Evo Cycling Jersey here <<


Test notes:
  • Size tested: SMALL (my measurements are listed at the bottom of the Reviews page)
  • Fabric washed well with multiple washes on 30'C

Review - Primal Shape Up Evo SS Cycling Jersey

Review - Primal Shape Up Evo SS Cycling Jersey

Review - Primal Shape Up Evo SS Cycling Jersey

Review - Primal Shape Up Evo SS Cycling Jersey

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