1973 Switzerland Merino Jersey
1973 Switzerland Wool Cycling Jersey, Red
Inspired by Peter Frischknecht, the Switzerland 1973 Cycling Jersey is an icon of the Golden Age of Cycling
- High-Quality Materials: Made with a blend of Merino wool yarn for improved comfort, breathability, and easy washing
- Classic Design: Faithfully reproduces the original design of the Switzerland 1973 jersey, with an antique zipper and classic back pockets equipped with mother-of-pearl buttons
- Durable and Long-lasting: Built to withstand wear and maintain color vibrancy over time, ensuring lasting performance and an appealing look
- Made in Italy: Entirely produced in Italy using traditional weaving machines to ensure quality and precision
- Cold, Intermediate
- City Adventure, Gravel, Road
- fine merino blend knit
- machine wash cold (max 30°C-86F) with little neutral soap and delicate spin cycle (max 800 rpm), do no leave wet, do not bleach, do not dry clean, do not iron, do not tumble dry
A Masterpiece of the Cycling Golden Era
In honor of Peter Frischknecht, the legendary cyclocross champion of the '70s, this long-sleeved cycling jersey represents the epochal moment of the first world championships in this discipline dedicated to professionals, held in England on February 25, 1973. A milestone that marked the beginning of the modern era of this fascinating sport. The white cross on a red background, an everlasting symbol of Swiss sports, pays tribute to the passion and mastery of those who paved the way for future generations of cyclists.
Just like the Past
Crafted with care in Italy, using Merino wool yarn and synthetic fibers for comfort, breathability, and practicality, the Swiss 1973 Cycling Jersey revives the classic design and timeless atmosphere of that era. Featuring the embroidered Swiss cross on the chest, an antique zipper, and the classic back pockets with mother-of-pearl buttons, this attire pays homage to cycling tradition.
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