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Update Weds Feb 9th 2011:  We are SOLD OUT of all XLarge jerseys.  We are currently updating our inventory as to all sizes still in stock.  At this time we have no re-print scheduled, however, when we completely sell out we will post this info and begin taking orders for another printing.

This year we are offering a Women's Race Fit and Unisex Club Fit, which is the same fit we have always offered that is great for both men and women.  See your 2 options below and choose your size, whether you want Sleeveless or Shortsleeves and the charity you would like your donation to go toward...it is that simple.  If you have any questions please shoot us an email at info@got2give.org and we will get right back to you.  Thank you so much for your support, we are so excited to be offering the jerseys again and to be back in Got2Give mode.


 

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Shortsleeve Wish List Jersey

"Wish List" story which is quoted on the back of the jersey: 


"I wish you could have been there for the sun and the rain and the long hard hills. For the sound of a thousand conversations scattered along the road. For the people laughing & crying & remembering at the end.

But mainly, I wish you could have been there."

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Sleeveless Wish List Jersey
 

Women's Race Fit: more tapered, tighter fit for women

 

The women's sleeveless race jersey is designed to be form fitting yet comfortable. It is cut wider through the chest and hips and narrower through the waist and shoulders.  Choose from Sleeveless or Shortsleeve styles.

Price: $100.00
( price includes USPS Priority 2-3 day shipping anywhere in the US )

Womens Race Fit Sizing Chart:

  Size Waist Hips Height Chest Inseam
Small 4-6 25-27 34-35 5’1" to 5’5" 32-34 7.75
Medium 8-10 27-29 36-38 5’4" to 5’8" 34-36 8
Large 12-14 30-32 39-41 5’7" to 5’11" 36-38 8.25
Choose Your Jersey Size & Style:

Choose Your Charity  $40 from each jersey sale goes to the charity of your choice.  We are continuing to partner with various non-profit organizations in Austin and around the world.  Our partner organizations are as follows:

American Diabetes Association   The American Diabetes Association is leading the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fighting for those affected by diabetes. The Association funds research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes; delivers services to hundreds of communities; provides objective and credible information; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes. Founded in 1940, our mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. For more information visit www.diabetes.org.

Planet Cancer  Young adults with cancer slip into a lonely no-man's land. Too old for the instant community of a children's hospital, they still don't fit in with the over-50 community that overwhelmingly populates adult cancer wards. Because young adults with cancer are a relatively small group, the difficulty of finding peer support is increased exponentially, forcing many to deal in isolation with issues specific to this age and stage of life: dating with cancer, disclosure to a potential employer, long-term insurance issues, moving back home, loss of fertility, or having to quit school or a newly launched career. Planet Cancer exists so that no young adult will have to endure such isolation again. For more information visit www.planetcancer.org Charter Member 2006 Livestrong Young Adult Alliance.

Colin's Hope  Colin's Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates and supports programs that aid in preventing children from drowning. Despite numerous sources for water safety, the number of children who drown per year is staggering. Colin's Hope of saving children from drowning is being achieved through increased water safety awareness and improved standards throughout the community.  For more information visit www.colinshope.org

Medals4Mettle Medals4Mettle (M4M) is a non-profit organization founded in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 2005. Its mission is to celebrate and reward the individual and collective courage of all human beings by facilitating the gifting of marathon finisher’s medals from marathoners to people who have demonstrated similar mettle, or courage. The recipients can be any age and might have exhibited such mettle by dealing with disease, handicaps or any similar challenge. Marathon runners around the world, and others who have won medals, give their medals to Medals4Mettle. Then our nationwide network of physicians and others award these medals to those who might not be able to run a marathon, but are in their own marathon to continue to live their life. As marathoners run through the streets, large crowds cheer the runners for their effort. Medals4Mettle lets these runners, healthy enough to compete in such an event, to return the cheers to those who have supported them. For more information visit www.medals4mettle.org

Capital of Texas Team Survivor Capital of Texas Team Survivor (CTTS) was formed in 1995 by four brave women who jumped out of their water exercise class into a full triathlon. Since 2001, CTTS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping women cancer survivors build a sense of power and accomplishments as they recover from their cancer experience. CTTS offers free educational exercise programs for women of all fitness levels in every stage of cancer treatment and recovery. These inspirational programs allow women to regain control of their bodies, their health and their lives. For more information visit www.teamsurvivoraustin.org

Hill Country Ride for AIDS The Hill Country Ride for AIDS is an annual cycling event that rolls through beautiful Central Texas. Riders and volunteers provide life saving support for thousands of Central Texans living with HIV/AIDS by raising money for 10 local nonprofit organizations.  See site for more info www.hillcountryride.org.

 

Choose Your Charity:

Unisex Club Fit: looser fitting for both men & women


The Unisex Short Sleeve Club jersey is a relaxed cut for the more casual rider. The comfortable, ergonomic fit is perfect in the riding position and walking around after your ride.

Price: $100.00 ( price includes USPS Priority 2-3 day shipping anywhere in the US )
 
 Unisex Sizing Chart:
  Waist Weight Height Chest Inseam
Small 29-31 120-145 5'4" to 5' 8" 35-37 9
Medium 32-34 145-170 5'7" to 5'11" 38-40 9.5
Large 35-37 170-190 5'10" to 6'2" 40-42 10
X Large 38-41 190-220 6'1" to 6'5" 42-44 10.5
 
Choose Jersey Size & Style:

Choose Your Charity  $40 from each jersey sale goes to the charity of your choice.  We are continuing to partner with various non-profit organizations in Austin and around the world.  Our partner organizations are as follows:

American Diabetes Association   The American Diabetes Association is leading the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fighting for those affected by diabetes. The Association funds research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes; delivers services to hundreds of communities; provides objective and credible information; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes. Founded in 1940, our mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. For more information visit www.diabetes.org.

Planet Cancer  Young adults with cancer slip into a lonely no-man's land. Too old for the instant community of a children's hospital, they still don't fit in with the over-50 community that overwhelmingly populates adult cancer wards. Because young adults with cancer are a relatively small group, the difficulty of finding peer support is increased exponentially, forcing many to deal in isolation with issues specific to this age and stage of life: dating with cancer, disclosure to a potential employer, long-term insurance issues, moving back home, loss of fertility, or having to quit school or a newly launched career. Planet Cancer exists so that no young adult will have to endure such isolation again. For more information visit www.planetcancer.org Charter Member 2006 Livestrong Young Adult Alliance.

Colin's Hope  Colin's Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates and supports programs that aid in preventing children from drowning. Despite numerous sources for water safety, the number of children who drown per year is staggering. Colin's Hope of saving children from drowning is being achieved through increased water safety awareness and improved standards throughout the community.  For more information visit www.colinshope.org

Medals4Mettle Medals4Mettle (M4M) is a non-profit organization founded in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 2005. Its mission is to celebrate and reward the individual and collective courage of all human beings by facilitating the gifting of marathon finisher’s medals from marathoners to people who have demonstrated similar mettle, or courage. The recipients can be any age and might have exhibited such mettle by dealing with disease, handicaps or any similar challenge. Marathon runners around the world, and others who have won medals, give their medals to Medals4Mettle. Then our nationwide network of physicians and others award these medals to those who might not be able to run a marathon, but are in their own marathon to continue to live their life. As marathoners run through the streets, large crowds cheer the runners for their effort. Medals4Mettle lets these runners, healthy enough to compete in such an event, to return the cheers to those who have supported them. For more information visit www.medals4mettle.org

Capital of Texas Team Survivor Capital of Texas Team Survivor (CTTS) was formed in 1995 by four brave women who jumped out of their water exercise class into a full triathlon. Since 2001, CTTS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping women cancer survivors build a sense of power and accomplishments as they recover from their cancer experience. CTTS offers free educational exercise programs for women of all fitness levels in every stage of cancer treatment and recovery. These inspirational programs allow women to regain control of their bodies, their health and their lives. For more information visit www.teamsurvivoraustin.org

Hill Country Ride for AIDS The Hill Country Ride for AIDS is an annual cycling event that rolls through beautiful Central Texas. Riders and volunteers provide life saving support for thousands of Central Texans living with HIV/AIDS by raising money for 10 local nonprofit organizations.  See site for more info www.hillcountryride.org.
 

Choose Your Charity:



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