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Men’s LTD Tokyo Jersey - Shippo

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Our LIMITED Tokyo Collection Jerseys are available in Black, with Racing Blue binding, featuring Kanji text that reads: ‘Black Sheep’. The printed Jerseys, in Pink & Racing Blue, feature Seigaiha- and Shippo-inspired patterns – a nod to the cultural past and occasionally uneasy place keirin occupies in the Japanese sporting landscape. All jerseys are in our loved Essentials TEAM design.
  • 130 gsm, 30% lycra, 70% poly, warp-knit fabric
  • Milled in Italy with incredible hand feel
  • Moulded shoulders
  • Curved waist and hips
  • Three rear-pockets
  • Set-in sleeve construction
  • Pro fit

Show Me the Money

All good Keirin riders are motivated by Financial Success. About $14 billion go through the bookies wallets every year across Japan’s velodromes. This is summed up perfectly through the ancient pattern of Shippo, also known, ironically, as “The Seven Treasures”. An enduring symbol of happiness and financial prosperity that we are now splashing in the faces of riders as they are being jammed into the barriers at 75km/h.

“The treasures are represented by never-ending linked circles and links. An auspicious design that embodies a wish for family happiness and financial success.”

An elderly Tokyo mother who has never ridden a track bike.

Rock Tokyo

A jersey made to rock Tokyo. Classical and timeless in construction, based on the set-in sleeve construction of our TEAM Jersey. Made to be worn all-day, every-day.

Embrace the Heat

Tokyo during the summer can be blistering hot, and incredibly humid. Our TEAM Jersey is built on the super lightweight qualities and luxurious softness of Light Asteroid 2.0.

Inspired by Japan

Manufacturing in Japan is both exquisite and technically flawless. We try to do the same with the flawless fit from shoulder through to waist of the TEAM Jersey.


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