Combined Jersey Classification

The Tour de France Combined Jersey, or Maillot Tour de France Combiné, was a colourful cycling jersey that took the colours from the overall leader (yellow), points (green) and mountains (red polka dots) and applied them all to a single multi-coloured cycling jersey that was first awarded in the 1985 edition of the Tour de France.

The award was seen as a classification for the all-rounder, with the likes of Eddy Merckx, Greg Lemond, Bernard Hinault, Laurent Fignon and Steven Rooks all winning the classification on more than one occasion.

Writing exclusively for Prendas Ciclismo, William Fotheringham wrote an interesting blog about race leader jerseys that are no longer awarded including the Tour de France Combination jersey.

Our TdF Combination Classification capsule collection is here to pay tribute to that leader's jersey that is no longer awarded to the professional riders through these unique and exclusive garments such as this cycling cap, cycling gloves, a breathable Summer baselaser and Coolmax cycling socks.

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