It's back in stock. A long standing on-one favourite - it's our 100 percent pure Merino wool cycling jersey for cool-weather riding. Also great as a casual jersey.
A favourite garment of the On-One team, this is a high-quality mid weight cycling jersey in pure Merino wool. It's great next to the skin on cooler rides or use it with a Merino base layer for ultimate winter warmth.
Warm but highly breathable, On-One Merinos are also a favourite garment for general leisure use: stylish, comfortable and versatile.
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Not sure what size to go for? Let the On-One team help you out.
Our merino tops are manufactured to the highest standard to ensure performance during exercise, and durability for regular use. The recommended washing instructions are provided to ensure you can adequately clean your top without causing any damage to the wool fibers. The washing instructions are fully tested with a sample of each production batch tested by the manufacturer to ensure the tops are not damaged or distorted.
We have tested a sample of the stock in house to verify any issues during washing, following the washing instructions on the top we have washed a sample on a specific wool cycle at 30 degrees, using non-bio detergent and fabric softener. After washing the top was line dried outdoors. Once dry, the samples were checked against new, unwashed tops. We have found there to be no distortion or shrinkage resulting from the recommended washing procedure.
My top arrived today, just a note to say I am very impressed with the quality and fit! Can't wait for you to get the new stock of 456's in so I can get a bike to match!
Hi Bernd, I'd go for a medium.
Hi, I am 181 cm and my weigth is 75 kg. I like a slim fit style. L or M? What do you think? So long, Bernd from Germany
I am 5'10" and weigh in at 13 stone 5 , large fitted me great until my mother in law washed it . It is now even to small for my other half who is a size 10!!
Hi Neil, the consensus in the office is that you'd be best with size large.
size question again medium or large ???i'm 40" chest at rest. don't want a skin tight lycra fit but don't want to flap in the breeze too much either .what do you suggest.
Hi martin, personally I hand wash mine in warm (but not hot) water.
Is this washable or must it be dry cleaned? What's the shrinkage like?
Owned this jumper since christmas, its great, good on the bike and im very proud/happy/senile enough to wear it to the pub friday night, im 6ft and 95kg, went for the XL size which is great for MTB and socialising, which is what I do, cuffs are nice and tight, no bagginess. On a road bike a size L would have been the one to go for to be a bit more figure hugging. Buy with confidence!
Hi barrie, this page is for the jersey only. You can find the bundle at http://www.on-one.co.uk/i/q/ZXCLOOMER/on-one-100-percent-merino-wool-ls-top-bundle
will you be offering this bundle with a large glove?
Hi Jay. The office says "medium!" given your sizing requirements :)
Sorry for yet another 'what size' post, but... I'm 6ft, 80kg, U-U= 46cm (over a base & fleece), and I'm a lycra clad MTBer (rare breed) so like an athletic fit. Size chart suggests Medium for me, but pretty much all your responses suggest 1 size up from the norm. I don't want a 'hangy' baggy fit, nor do I want short arms/cold wrist syndrome. What pray tell dost thou suggest? Cheers all... Merry Crimbo & all that!
Is this washable or must it be dry cleaned?
Yes Art, 3 merinos will come in under 1.5kg. Cheers.
Hi, My question is about shipping. It's possible to send 3 of Merino Jersey in one 1,5kg package??
I would go for a large ;)
Hi. I'm 6.1ft (about 185 cm) and 75 kg. I prefer slim fit. Should I choose medium (low weight -> chest) or large (height -> long body, hands)? Which one will be best?
Hi Rurokura. Go for XL for sure if you want roomier sleeves...
Hi Josh. I would suggest a medium. We're not getting any more of these in although we'll soon be launching a new range of merino clothing.
Hi, First question is about sizing; im about 5ft 7in and weigh roughly 64kg, from the chart and previous comments i would think Small size would be most suited, would you agree? Secondly about the Small size colours, will you be getting any of the other colours in stock (Black/grey, Black/red, Black/white)? Thanks.
hi! I'm 6.1ft (ca.180cm) ,about 85kg ,and 52cm u-u . I.ve quite long hands -what shoud i choose? L or XL ,because i.m not sure - i'd like the sleeve doesn't be to tight .. JonB ,could You write the basic lenghts of L and Xl sleeves ? Regards
Hi Ben. The LS jerseys are cut much tighter than the merino's (around 2 sizes smaller I'd say). If I were you I'd go for the XXL in the merino.
Hey Guys. Any chance you could compare the size of the XXL merino with the 3XL long-sleeve jersey for me? I'm 6'8" about 115kgs and the 3XL jersey fits me (although with not much slack). I understand the merinos are less slim-fitting than the jersey's, yes? In particular, I'd love to know what the length from the neck seam down the middle of the back to the waist is. Thanks for your help.
Hi Stamos. Medium should be fine and the sleeves are generous as it is a cycle cut. However, the wrists are relatively tight so if you have large hands you may consider a size up. Hope that helps.
I'm 6ft and I weigh approximately 70kg. I prefer slim fit so I'm considering the Medium. Are the sleeves though long enough as my arms are kind of long?
Hi Maddy... if you're out there... I'd say an XS should fit you fine.
I'd say XL. Or large at a slim fit push.
Hi Guys Im a normal 6 foot guy who weighs about 94kg, which size would suit? does not need to be figure hugging Cheers Steve
I'd say large...
Hi, hm, size, I'm 6´2" 80 and like a slim fit, L or M? What do you think? Thanks!
Hi Carl, unfortunately we're not getting any more of the merino tops, it's a 'when they're gone, they're gone' kinda thing... We have some merino jerseys coming in February but these are more of a riding top.
Great Jersey. Will you getting any more XXL in Black
Hi David, the Merino's are considerably more normally sized than the race tops that are really slim, I agree). In Merino, I would suggest to buy your normal jumper size for a slim, cycling fit, or size up max 1 size if you prefer a rommier, leisure cut. Hope that helps.
Are these as tight fitting as your long sleeved tops? I ordered an XXL of the long sleeved top and found it was too tight, and I'm not particularly fat.
A quick review: I've been wearing this top for a few weeks now so I've got a bit of perspective on how it holds up. The quality is really nice. On first sight it's a bit 'jumper', but once on, the fit is athletic and flattering. It looks very classy in fact. I'm 5'8" and went for a medium. It's a great fit, even though there's a bit of bunching at the wrists, and perhaps a little slack at the back. When viewed front-on however, the shape is figure hugging. I'd like to try a small for comparison (see my previous note!), but to be honest the Medium is good enough. Performance-wise, this top is fantastic. It's my first Marion cycling top (though I use others for hill walking), and I was fearful that it would be too warm and itchy. The first ride was on a hot day with lots of hills and sweating, but the top performed perfectly. I was never too hot or cold, and I felt dry and very comfortable throughout. The following morning the top smelled completely fresh! 'Can't last' I thought, but I've been on over 15 rides since then and it still smells as fresh as the first ride! With 4 of these, you wouldn't need to wash a top for an entire year. The pockets are excellent, and while they obviously stretch down when loaded, the top itself hasn't stretched noticeably. That's it really. A great all round top and my all time favourite cycling top. Can't say more than that other than that I'll be buying 2 more next month!
There will be some more Merino's ordered but at the moment I don't have a definite date. Will keep you informed here when I find out.
Hi Robert. Underarm to underarm is the measurement across the chest on the flat garment- half of the 'chest' size if you like. Sometimes referred to as 'pit to pit'. Hope that helps.