Attaquer CORE Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's

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An Attaquer classic.

While we hold strong to our belief that there's absolutely nothing bland about Attaquer's cycling apparel, the Australian label does have a collection in its line that's more subtle than its other releases. The designers are calling it the CORE collection, and, unlike their two-piece kits, these are available as standalone, jersey and bib shorts, options.

Similar to all of Attaquer's kits, the CORE jersey is made in Italy from Italian-sourced fabrics. And just like the rest of its apparel, the fit is on point. This means that the conforming fit will eliminate any pulling, chafing, or general discomfort while you're in the saddle. And given that these Aussie designs were hatched below the equator, the fabrics provide 50+ High UV protection in order to combat a scorching sun.

The jersey is finished off with all the small details that matter most while spinning away for hours on end. Three pockets line the lower rear panel, ensuring there's plenty of storage space for those day-long saddle sessions, and a full-length front zipper lets you dictate your ventilation levels.

The Attaquer CORE Jersey - Short Sleeve - Men's is available in the colors Black, Hot Pink, Turquoise, and Vintage White, and it comes in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large.

  • 50+ High UV Protection
  • Italian sourced fabrics
  • Full length zipper
  • Three rear pockets

Tech Specs

form fit
3 back
Recommended Use:
road cycling

Size chart


Men's Apparel
Chest 32.7 - 33.9in
(83 - 86cm))
34.3 - 36.2in
(87 - 92cm)
36.6 - 38.2in
(93 - 97cm)
38.2 - 40.9in
(97 - 104cm)
40.9 - 42.9in
(104 - 109cm)
Waist 28.7 - 30.3in
(73 - 77cm)
30.7 - 32.3in
(78 - 82cm)
32.7 - 34.3in
(83 - 87cm)
34.6 - 36.6in
(88 - 93cm)
37.0 - 39.0in
(94 - 99cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure around the widest part of your chest.
Measure around your natural waist, keeping the tape a bit loose.

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Unanswered Question

I am 184cm. 70kg. Size 32 waist. Wear M in castelli race wear. What size should I be getting Attaquer jerseys at?


Feels, looks great

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My size 44 chest 34 waist. Purchased Size XL. Fits tight but not restricting. Wore on super humid day in DC. Kept me cool. Pockets work well. Glad I got it

Avg. ride time: 2h 28m per week
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2nd Attaquer Jersey

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This will be my 2nd Attaquer jersey. I purchased a full Wheelhaus kit from Wheelhaus in Australia and loved it. I needed another jersey and it was an easy choice to go with Attaquer again. I have and enjoy Castelli and very many Giordana pieces and the fit/finish of Attaquer is spot on. I'm 5,11 and thin at 153lbs. These jerseys do have a pro/euro fit and a Medium fits me quite snug, but not uncomfortable. The material is not hot, but indeed is not the coolest either. It can feel a tiny bit warmer than some of the other options out there. Best thing for me is this gear is clean and looks good and no one in the group rides has it.

Avg. ride time: 3h 17m per week
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Size L vs XL

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I'm 6'1", 172lbs, 2-3% body fat, 31" waist w/ 40" chest, 35" inseam. Have been eying Attaquer for the longest time and decided to order some kit....that was immediately returned and here's why:
Size XL:
Fit race tight in chest, shoulders and torso = AWESOME with one caveat, the length in the rear was covering more than half of my glutes which translates to sagging off the but when carrying riding gear on the bike. Okay, put that one back in the bag and on to the...
Size L:
Torso length was AWESOME, perfect! Unfortunately the chest, shoulders and pit were so tight there were folds created around the pits and chest (even while in crouched cycling position). I saw some photos on Attaquer FB page, 2 guys, one wearing a blue jersey, other in a green and the photos look a bit like "stuffed sausage" now that I look back at them.
I don't hate you Attaquer/Competitive Cyclist, still much love however I can find no love in the FIT of this apparel line. Keep making awesome print designs Attaquer!

Great Jersey

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Great fit, but runs a little small.
This is my first attaquer product I own, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

outstanding jersey, with a couple of *

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The first thing you will discover about these jerseys is that they fit race tight. I bought the medium and it fits perfectly with the previous caveat. I don't mind the fit as it is what I was looking for - something snug that wouldn't catch any wind - but if you are in the market for something a little more relaxed, this ain't it. The construction and quality seem quite good and I like the tongue-wagging skull graphic. I could probably do without the "attaquer" on each sleeve, particularly on days that I don't feel like attaquing, but it isn't a big deal. The other thing about the jersey that should be mentioned is that it feels a little warm. Perhaps a bit too warm for mid-summer riding - which is a little ironic in that it comes from Australia and is presumably a summer jersey. This may also be part of the SPF of the fabric, but just something to note. I live in Florida and it is a bigger deal than perhaps a northern summer would make it.

I bought the black, but intend to buy at least one of the other colors and may follow-up with a color review. Oh, and I get that my previous comment about the heat and then a mention of the black color will leave some scratching their heads, but I have other black jerseys that just don't feel as warm... which is also about breathability which this seems to have less of. Finally, the fabric has a noticeable sheen to it which may or may not put you off. I don't mind it, but it doesn't quite match the look of other bits of black kit.

Hey man, good sounding review...but: you went with a M. I wear either a Sm or M varying manufacturer to manufacturer. Im 5'6.5 and 155 give or take a few depending on the season. What would ya recommend?

CMK, sorry for the wait - I just saw your question! That's a little tough to answer. I'm 5'10 and about 150. The sleeves (and the jersey body) are cut long... not quite Brad Wiggins / Rapha long, but a few inches above my elbow. I feel like this is perfect for me, but - depending on your torso and arm length - you may find the medium too long. Good news is that it's Competitive Cyclist and you can return it if the small feels too small.