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As it is clothing ordering season, I'm wondering if any has experience with Champion System custom cycling clothing.  Their minimums and prices seem very good, but I'm wondering about quality (of the lower priced jerseys, bibs, & skinsuits), & about their service, turnaround time, ease of doing business with, etc.

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We've been using them for the last 6 years I think.

I've been very happy with their basic jerseys and shorts. The summer jersey is about all I would wear these days. Very nice lightweight jersey. A lot of other manufacturers have a similar item now too. The shorts are serviceable while not stellar. The skinsuits are quite nice. I wear the summer version more than any other skinsuit for cross. I have the other models as well though.

They are kinda of a pain to deal with. Someone put it best with "They're cat 1's running a company." I've had good responses to direct calls but emails and the on line interface are a pain. The order forms over the years have been very very frustrating, to the point we've looked elsewhere just to avoid the hassle. They offer a new direct program which at least means you personally don't have to deal with it when doing a team order but everyone else has to still.

So yes, I very much like their clothing, the wide variety of items available (nice when you have TTers and crossers on the same team). The clothing is good if not great. Hard to beat for the price. The order has always been a major hassle.

I own a pretty wide variety of their clothing at this point, as does the company. Let me know if you have specific questions about something.

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