Claud Butler Merino Wool Cycling Jersey
Claud Butler cycles were known for features such as bronze-weld construction and decorative lugs. He sponsored international racers and his bikes were ridden at each year’s world championships between 1931 and 1934.
However, Claud Butler’s success rise was curtailed with the outset of World War II and the resultant drop-off in cycle racing events and even cycle-commuting. Claud Butler eventually declared bankruptcy in 1956.
Nonetheless, the bikes themselves were always lauded for their quality and in 1958 another classic UK brand, Holdsworth, purchased the Claud Butler brand. Claud Butler bicycles are still manufactured, but if you have a pre-1960’s original, this is the jersey for you.
100% ultra-fine 19micron Merino wool.
Breathable, heat-regulating, and as soft as silk, cashmere or alpaca.
Pattern knitted into the fabric not printed on.
3 back pockets.
YKK zip – The world’s best regarded zip. Easy to pull up or down while riding.
UV and odour resistant.
Customisable options for taller riders (just email us).
Short and long-sleeve options.
Terms & Conditions
We stand by the quality of our jerseys and have a "no questions asked" money back guarantee if you are not 100% happy with your jersey.
In the unusual event you receive a flawed product, return it within a fortnight with a note explaining why you are unhappy and we will send you a replacement at no charge within a fortnight of receiving your returned item. We recommend you email us beforehand in case we can come to a better solution.
If you wish to exchange for a different size, we can do that too, just return it to us and specify the replacement size you want and we will send you your replacement within the normal production time of 1-2 weeks.
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