Pre-Order Now for Handsome Camp and Go Slow Merino Wool Henley-Style Riding Shirt

    We all know deep down that it isn’t how well you can ride, but how good you look while doing it. Camp and Go Slow knows this as well as any and is adding to their stylish line of goods with a handsome new merino wool, Henley-style riding shirt.

    Fans of the brand will notice subtle pops of familiar patterns and the same color schemes as their “Rattler” series of bar tape, Brown/Western Rattler and Olive/Eastern Rattler. So good.

    Camp and Go Slow’s Henley is a mid-weight, loose and layer-able cut, geared for more of a casual look. It was developed along side Cima Coppi and has a lot of nice features that cruise with Camp and Go Slow style.

    Camp and Go Slow Henley Merino riding shirt logo

    The casual fit is a nice touch for those cyclists who prefer not to be stuffed in a lycra skin suit when they go for a ride and it looks good enough to wear on a nice evening out. Like to a fancy dinner where the restaurant uses cloth napkins.

    Camp and Go Slow says this cut does NOT fit the same as other Cima Coppi tops or the wool jerseys they’ve previously released. They urge you to check out the fit chart (below) and measure carefully.

    Camp and Go Slow Henley Merino riding shirt back pocket

    Some info on ordering and ship times from Casey at Camp and Go Slow:

    This is a rolling pre-order and delivery times are going to vary depending on demand, shipping times, etc. My best guess is 3-5 weeks from your order date, but don’t hold me to it, OK? Thanks.”

    Camp and Go Slow Fit Chart

    Camp and Go Slow Henley Merino riding shirt fit chart

    Camp and Go Slow Henley Features and Retail

    Retail: $200

    • 285gsm ‘midweight’ 100% merino wool
    • Three-button placard reinforced with rattler trim tape
    • Olivewood buttons’
    • Custom printed neck tape (yolo)
    • Rear right pocket (5″ x 7″) with reinforced button closure and hidden key loop
    • Embroidered Campandgoslow logo on the left chest
    • Cut and sewn in Spain by Cima Coppi

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