We're going to order a run of our first shop jerseys. If you want one, there are two ways to get on board. The first way is to sign up for the Yawp Company. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you should read this. If you don't want to sign up for the Company, you can still order a jersey. Yes, you too can look good and feel even better. These merino wool jerseys are being made by Soigneur, and you can find their website here. Check out their customer feedback page, too.
If you haven't worn merino wool before, you should know it's woven from condensed clouds, fluffy sheep magic, and distilled puppy joy. Its soft, doesn't itch, is cool in the heat and warm in the cold. You can wear merino wool--even a jersey--for days in a row without washing it.
We're still waiting for final approval from the manufacturer, so we might tweak the design here and there, but the jerseys will mostly resemble the mock-up below. Expect the price per jersey to be in the neighborhood of $175. Yes, it is expensive, but it's a fine garment. You can read some third-party reviews here and here.
Soigneur's website gives the following chest measurements:
- XS – < 88cm = < 34.6 inches
- S – 88 - 93cm = 34.6 - 36.6 inches
- M – 94 - 99cm = 37 - 39 inches
- L – 100 - 105cm = 39.4 - 41.3 inches
- XL – 106 - 111cm = 41.7 - 43.7 inches
- XXL – 112 - 117cm = 44.1 - 46.1 inches
Here are some additional measurements:
For the ladies: We know that often when a garment is supposedly unisex, it means it's cut for dudes and you have to deal with it. We checked with Soigneur to make sure these jerseys are for you, too. They said they make a women's jersey without the elastic hem, and that the response has been very positive.
We need to have your order and your money by Monday, March 2nd. Please stop by the shop or give us a call.