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If you have a lot of state pride, or just want to represent your home state, Pactimo is making it easier to show your allegiance with their new State Jerseys. Initially a custom apparel manufacturer founded in Colorado, Pactimo launched their branded apparel two years ago with the State series representing the most recent additions to their Spring 2014 line up. Using the same design technology found in their Ascent Pro Level jerseys, the State Jerseys use their TotalFit anatomical design along with their Quattro-Lite fabric for a high end fit.

Initially offered in just four states, more are sure to follow. Check out the rest of the designs next…

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Each State jersey uses a full length YKK zipper along with hidden elastic sleeve openings, and a silicone gripper at the waist. Equipped with the standard 3 rear pockets, the jerseys even have a race radio (or mp3 player) earpiece opening in the rear pocket with a cord loop in the collar. These are offered in a men’s and women’s specific designs and retail for $95.

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Current states include California, Colorado, Texas, and New York. Want to earn 50% off the Pactimo Ascent line? You have until April 27th to register for the #fifty200 challenge on Vamovo, and ride 200 miles. Once you upload your rides to Vamovo you will receive a code for 50% off the Ascent line of clothing. But unless you plan on riding 200 miles straight, you better hurry!




  1. The Georgia jersey is either a 50/50 Nascar, Falcons or some Jesus tag t-shirt or with the sleeves cut off. Much cheaper too.

  2. I’m looking forward to the Iowa jersey with a pig and an ear of corn intruding into the silhouette. Or did I mean: silo-ette.

  3. I hope there are more states to follow. I would enjoy having like this for Louisiana and it would be very disappointing if the company did not make one.

  4. @Dale

    God forbid a shop pay for its employees, electricity bill, water bill, property bill, taxes, advertising, tools, display racks, or for anything else a shop needs to provide b-holes like you real service.

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