So the day has finally come, the Rouleurs Club shop is now open for business! This is your chance to get your orders in for the new line of Rouleurs cycling kit, dont miss out! https://rprouleurs.co.uk/shop/
So I will try and run through the things I think people might want to know:
- How long do I have to order? We will only be taking orders for a limited time to ensure we can place our bulk order with Miltag asap. So Friday 8th July will be the target cut off date. After that the shop will close for club kit until the winter for our next bulk order.
- What size shall I get? The Miltag size chart is attached to the products as an image so study that and get your tape measure out before ordering as you wont be able to return. The best you could do is post on the FB site asking for others to swap sizes if yours isn’t suitable.
- Club or Pro Jersey? We have tried to describe the difference in material and sizing in the product description folks. Generally the Pro version is tighter and a nicer material, but less forgiving and has not so much space in the pockets. The size differences are again on the size chart.
- Can I see a sample first? No. Unfortunately to order in samples would have delayed us by even more weeks so we are going forward with what we have. Myself, Stuart and Jo have visited Miltags offices and we had Stuart try on most of the stuff which we can all vouch for as top quality. If you have any specific questions then feel free to ask one of us, remembering Jo and Stuart are probably the experts. 🙂
- Is the price at cost? Yes. This is at cost price, I have just added the tax on the website products, hence a few odd numbers.
- When will I get my kit? The delivery time from Miltag is 6 weeks from the time we put our order in(hopefully 8th July). So around August 19th if everything goes perfectly.
- Are there ladies/men versions of jersey? Yes. Just select your product and then use the dropdown on the side.
- What if the website or payment doesnt work? If you have any issues then feel free to contact myself.
Thanks again to Joanne, Stuart and Simon for volunteering their help with this beast of project. Chapeau!