Royal Racing Blast Jersey

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The latest evolution of Royals race line -The 11th descendant ofThe jerseyThat started it all. Sublimated graphics, hi def logos, great venting and a dropTail makeThe 2011 Blast jersey a worthy successorTo its predecessors.

Royal Racing Blast Jersey Pro Review

I have been riding with the Royal Racing Blast jersey, Blast gloves, Epic jersey and Esquire shorts since this winter, and I found them to be comfortable, durable and feature laden. The Blast Jersey is an excellent product, that is comfortable, and simple but useful in its functionality and features. It’s cut baggy (loose) with a drop tail, and is long and oversized, since it was meant to be used over armor. Continue reading →

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