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From 1946 to 1951, a symbolic prize was awarded to the rider who finished the Giro d'Italia in last place: the Maglia Nera (Black Jersey). A jersey that represented the willpower and determination of those who participated and managed to complete the competition. Some cyclists who had no chance of winning jerseys in different categories opted to fight, almost to the death, for last place in the standings, which would still put them on the podium and in newspaper headlines. Luigi Malabrocca and Sante Carollo stood out in this fierce competition, resorting to all legal and prohibited tricks to arrive with the broom wagon: they hid in bars, restaurants, under bridges, or even sabotaged their bicycles. Malabrocca was the only one to win the prize twice consecutively, in 1946 and 1947, earning him the nickname "the last".
Made in mesh for better breathability, soft to the touch and light weight, with a band for sweat absorption (sweat band). Azo-free Italian ink (free of harmful products to the skin).
* Mesh fabric, soft touch and light weight.
* Elastic for better adjustment.
* Azo Free Italian inks.
New and unused NON-CUSTOM gear can be returned/exchanged within 30 DAYS for a full refund or for a different product (less shipping and handling). The item/s must be returned in the condition received including manufacturer’s tags. No refunds will be processed after 30 days. Clearance sales are final. No refunds.
Please send your item directly to us. Returns/exchanges must be insured and shipment costs paid by the shipper to:
Attn: Warranty Dept.
5051 Castello Dr
Naples, Fl 34103