Size Guide: Santini Full Zip Short Sleeve Jerseys
All size guides
on the Prendas website have been specifically prepared to help you get the right size garment. We do not
use generic charts from manufacturers, we measure every garment that we sell.
For this garment, "Harry" the mannequin (which the vast majority of our product photographs are taken on) wears a size Large
and he measures chest 39"/ 99cm, height 6`0"/ 183cm. It is worth noting that our sizing recommendations are based on a close fit, so if you want a bit of room, it is sometimes advisable to go up one size.
||Up to 32in
The detailed size guide allows you to compare an existing garment that you own, measure it like we've done (taking all measurements from the outside, with the garment lying flat) and then compare the sizing.Chest: Lay the garment flat and measure between the lowest point of the arm seams. Front: The length at the centre, from the top of the collar to the bottom of the hem. Back: The length at the centre back, from the top of the collar to the bottom of the hem. Sleeve Length: Measure from the bottom of the collar to the end of the sleeve.
The iconic Vétements Z retro jersey is made with modern fabrics, stunning sublimation
, best of all it's handmade in Italy by Santini
- one of the team's original clothing manufacturers (1987 - 1989).
Matching Z Vetements retro bib shorts by Santini
- Great looking retro jersey with stunning sublimation!
- Made by Santini - the original manufacturer
- Full front zip that is covered to maintain the design
- Silicon gripper on the waist to prevent movement
- Three Rear Pockets
- Exclusive to Prendas!
- Zipped Rear Pocket
- Reflective logo at rear
- Made in Italy
- Design by Fergus
It's now 25 years since Greg Lemond won the 1990 Tour de France ahead of Claudio Chiappucci - his third title after two previous victories in 1986 and 1989. LeMond credited strong team support and was assisted by his loyal teammates Boyer, Cornillet, Duclos-Lassalle, Kvalsvoll, Lemarchand, Millar, Pensec and Simon.
The Z team also took the team classification by a slender 16 seconds from the mighty ONCE.
The jersey design is a bit like the MAPEI retro jersey
- it's quirky nature means people either love it or hate it! But here at Prendas, we still think there's a place for a retro jersey
like this in our affections amongst the sea of homogeneous team jerseys in the modern peloton.
Santini supplied the team clothing in 1987 to 1989 having previously supplied the team in it's previous incarnation with Peugeot/Shell/Michelin team jerseys and bib shorts