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Adidas Tiro Training Jersey Silver Also blue Available in sizes (S M L XL)Now Only £5.95 was £14.95 @ Argos

£5.95 @ Argos
Now only £5.95 Less Than Half Price Available in two colours Silver and Blue and have sizes Small Meduim Large and Extra Large Three stripe detailing and colour blocked mesh inserts. Climaco… Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Now only £5.95 Less Than Half Price

Available in two colours Silver and Blue and have sizes Small Meduim Large and Extra Large

Three stripe detailing and colour blocked mesh inserts. Climacool technology - retracts heat away from the body.
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http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/246-0704423MMA73UC636232X.jpg

Adidas Tiro Training Jersey Blue - Medium
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/246-0704272MMA73UC636233X.jpg
Direct Link here
1 Like #3
#4
Hot from me.
1 Like #5
snoopy18
Thanks op , ordered one
like this also[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704533.htm] http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0704533.htm[/url]


That ones nice too

I went in to Argos and seen a few of these left i picke done up for hubby so i thoughd i would post here as its a good price even ebay are selling £14.95 Brand New
2 Likes #6
Both OOS in my local, pity.

BTW The bloke in the blue top looks like he's followed through! :)
#7
Just reserved one :)
#8
Just reserved blue one, white one, and half price pair shorts.

Cheers OP H&R
#9
reserved 1 silver and 1 blue...perfect for the gym...heat added
#10
Thanks - Ordered a few sizes, myself, nephew1 and nephew2.
#11
blister
Both OOS in my local, pity.

BTW The bloke in the blue top looks like he's followed through! :)


LMAO!
#12
Cheers, reserved 3:)
#13
Great find thanks
suspended#14
ordered ty heat added
#15
sammy321
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704272%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Blue Size Small[/url]
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704423%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Silver size Small[/url]

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704313%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Blue Medium[/url]
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704430%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Silver Medium[/url]

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704320%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Blue Large[/url]
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704447%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Silver Large[/url]

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704416%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Blue Extra Large[/url]
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F0704502%2Fc_1%2F1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports%2Band%2Bleisure%7C14419152%2Fc_2%2F2%7C14419152%7CSports%2Bclothing%7C14419192%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253EADDIDAS.htm]Silver Extra Large[/url]



Well spotted and thanks for the links. I think I'll have some of the blue and a few pairs of shorts as well (linked at the bottoms of the jersey pages I saw).
#16
Only med left?
#17
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?

I can't imagine they stop you sweating?
#18
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?

I can't imagine they stop you sweating?


Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.
If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.

Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.
#19
Thanks
,
I got lucky reserved all 3 tops in xl.
#20
Just ordered 2 in large

thanks
#21
TheEqualizer
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?

I can't imagine they stop you sweating?


Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.
If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.

Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.


I run a lot in all weathers. 21 miles on sand and shingle in the last 3 days in my 3x lunch hours. I don't wear a loose cotton vest while running for 'casual wear'? -I wear it because it cools and reduces sweat and allows air to circulate?

How is polyester 'better' for exercise exactly?
#22
Good finding!I would order one for my husband!
Thanks OP!:)
#23
thanks i've ordered to my local store, tried the shorts too but they are oos
#24
MKultra
TheEqualizer
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?I can't imagine they stop you sweating?
Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.
I run a lot in all weathers. 21 miles on sand and shingle in the last 3 days in my 3x lunch hours. I don't wear a loose cotton vest while running for 'casual wear'? -I wear it because it cools and reduces sweat and allows air to circulate? How is polyester 'better' for exercise exactly?

I thought it was down to layering.

The theory been if you wear a vest etc under a football shirt/cycling jersey etc the sweat is wicked away from the body, as your skin is now dry the body produces more sweat so releasing more heat which is drawn away again.
#25
MKultra
TheEqualizer
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?

I can't imagine they stop you sweating?


Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.
If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.

Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.


I run a lot in all weathers. 21 miles on sand and shingle in the last 3 days in my 3x lunch hours. I don't wear a loose cotton vest while running for 'casual wear'? -I wear it because it cools and reduces sweat and allows air to circulate?

How is polyester 'better' for exercise exactly?


It doesn't absorb water and swell like cotton does. It draws sweat away from your skin to the surface of the fabric to evaporate and cool......
#26
Ordered two of the blue. Thanks
#27
Reserved last two of XL in both colours at my local store for pickup, so thanks to OP, also thanks to Snoopy18 as I ordered one of the polo shirts too!

Also got the last XL matching jacket here

Edited By: RSteve on Jan 15, 2011 12:47: added info
#28
Thanks OP. Got two large ones in silver.
#29
Thanks OP reserved a blue.
#30
Cheers OP, got one of each!
#31
Wolfylee
MKultra
TheEqualizer
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?I can't imagine they stop you sweating?
Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.
I run a lot in all weathers. 21 miles on sand and shingle in the last 3 days in my 3x lunch hours. I don't wear a loose cotton vest while running for 'casual wear'? -I wear it because it cools and reduces sweat and allows air to circulate? How is polyester 'better' for exercise exactly?
It doesn't absorb water and swell like cotton does. It draws sweat away from your skin to the surface of the fabric to evaporate and cool......

Cotton Kills!... google it you'll see :)

these are great tops... last ages too, brought some in the US years ago and still holding strong.... ordered 5 of these :)
#32
Excellent, ordered one of each in large
banned#33
MKultra
TheEqualizer
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?

I can't imagine they stop you sweating?


Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.
If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.

Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.


I run a lot in all weathers. 21 miles on sand and shingle in the last 3 days in my 3x lunch hours. I don't wear a loose cotton vest while running for 'casual wear'? -I wear it because it cools and reduces sweat and allows air to circulate?

How is polyester 'better' for exercise exactly?

running in cotton- yuk
polyester feels nice and dry
#34
Cheers, ordered 3 colours to store pickup next week.
#35
thanks OP :)
#36
Thanks OP. Picked the last 2 up in my local yesterday.
#37
Seems a bargin price, reserved 2 silver for collection. Thanks OP.
#38
Got to Argos today and picked up my reservation. Went for one of each colour and the shorts. Really nice quality and perfect for the gym!
2 Likes #39
MKultra
TheEqualizer
MKultra
Are these better than a simple cotton vest that exposes your body to the elements a little more?I can't imagine they stop you sweating?
Yes, while cotton is a nicer casual wear fabric these polyester type fabrics are much better for exercise.If you check the materials for sporting wear meant for actual sporting use you will see that they don't use cotton.Order one of each and some shorts. Good price.
I run a lot in all weathers. 21 miles on sand and shingle in the last 3 days in my 3x lunch hours. I don't wear a loose cotton vest while running for 'casual wear'? -I wear it because it cools and reduces sweat and allows air to circulate? How is polyester 'better' for exercise exactly?
You posted for an arguement.... Not bothering answering your question but do you see the worlds best footballers wearing cotton tops?
#40
bargainhunter666

You posted for an arguement....

Thats exactly what I was thinking!

And i'll answer his question- cotton is not that good in times of heavy sweating, maybe if you are running in gale-force winds on the beach around this time of year then yes the cotton will stay dry and the wind will dry the sweat from your body before the cotton can absorb it. But when you are training in normal conditions, or especially when it's warm, cotton is like a sponge, it absorbs all the sweat and clings to you. When you see huge sweat patches on guys in the gym thats normally coz they've got a cotton top on. I have nothing against cotton, but if i train in a cotton t-shirt in the summer i could literally squeeze a glass of sweat out of it after i'm finished, but with a well ventilated synthetic sports top like this adidas one it dries a lot quicker, and as a result is a lot more comfortable to exercise in. And thats worth £5.95 of anyone's money if they exercise regularly.



Edited By: peteh123 on Jan 18, 2011 13:10

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