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I bought some 2X baggies here and like them so far. Looks like there are lots of sizing options.
We had good luck on e-bay when DH was XXL. Be sure to find out if it is race, or European fit (short, small and tight) or club fit (longer and slightly fuller). Most "team" shirts will be race fit. Louis Garneau will be well sized and very comfortable, but expensive.
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In my experience, cycling gear sizing is kinda weird and TOTALLY manufacturer dependent. I'm normally a large, but I have jerseys from med-XL and med/large bibs or shorts which all fit me perfectly.
So my first port of call would be to the LBS or somewhere that sells cycling clothing for a trying on session. Once you know the brand/make then you can try to buy online.
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Can anyone recommend a good online source for buying Men XXlarge cycling gear?
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