Tour de France Combination Jersey

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In 1968 the combination classification was introduced in the Tour de France. From 1969 on, the leader was recognized by a white jersey. The jersey was awarded to the cyclists that did best in all other classifications: General, Points and Mountains. It was seen as the classification for the all-round cyclist. Only cyclists ranking in each of the three other classifications were ranked in the Combination classification. 

From 1975 on, the combination classification temporarily disappeared, and the white jersey was given to the leader of the young rider classification. In 1980, the combination classification was reintroduced, sponsored by French television station TF1, therefore officially named "Grand Prix TF1". This lasted until 1984, when the combination classification disappeared again. In 1985, the combination classification was again reintroduced, and this time the multicoloured jersey was used. After the 1989 Tour, the combination classification was discontinued. This design is based on the 1985 jersey.

Our retro team jerseys are handmade in our Italian factory using the very best technical fabrics. Featuring a set-in sleeve with 4cm silicone gripper cuffs, they deliver a classic fit with a consistent stretch to ensure full freedom of movement.

With an array of details – including silicone grippers, reflective detailing, three rear cargo pockets plus a 4th coin zip pocket – our jerseys are perfect for looking the part at a vintage cycling festival, or just out for an all-day ride in the sunshine. 


  • Great retro look!
  • Breathable Diamante technical fabric
  • UV protection
  • Full length zipper
  • Laser cut arm gripper cuffs
  • Silicon elastic hem
  • Three rear cargo pockets with 4th zipped valuables pocket
  • Made in Italy

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