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Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020

201200110M
$200 deposit
$5,999 $6,499

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GIANT TCX ADVANCED PRO 0 (2020)


The Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 (2020) is the top-tier cyclo-cross bike in the range. In this preview I’m going to go through some of the key highlights and explain who should buy it.

WHO SHOULD BUY IT?

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a serious rider. Or someone with lots of money. 

You probably own a cross-country mountain bike or road bike. You ride regularly. And you need a new bike that will help you train over Winter, or simply want to do something different as a form of cross-training. 

You’ve adapted to electronic gears or understand the value of such gears in harsh conditions. In short, you’ve adapted to the best. 

THE FRAME

Giant are experts at crafting performance carbon frames. 

This TCX uses Giant’s Advanced-grade carbon layup. It’s their second-tier carbon and designed for rigours and harsh conditions often seen in cyclo-cross racing. 

On manufacturing:

The TCX’s front half is moulded from a single piece of carbon, as is the rear half. These separate halves are joined together in a separate process. This is what Giant refers to as their modified-monocoque (one-piece) approach. 

The result? It’s very light and maintains high torsional frame stiffness for precise handling and power transfer. You need this when you’re riding offroad. 

Speaking of precision handling, you may notice that the TCX Advanced Pro has a very wide bladed fork. This is not only for looks. These wide blades increase front end stiffness; this helps you track through rocky trails and off-camber corners easily. 

And on power transfer:

The TCX Advanced Pro 0 has a huge 86mm bottom bracket shell that doesn’t flex. It translates power into forward motion easily. 

It comes stock with 33mm wide tyres and there’s still plenty of mud clearance. 

Stiffness and mud shedding is all good. Comfort is equally important:

Giant employ their D-Fuse seat post. In fact, back in 2014 is when the new seatpost design was implemented and specifically for the TCX. 

Why?

Comfort. A bike that’s designed to be ridden over rough surfaces and without suspension needs to have comfort built into the frame. 

The carbon D-Fuse seat post flexes 12mm forwards and backwards. This makes a huge difference because it absorbs impacts and vibrations travelling through your lower back and pelvis. It also makes seated pedalling over rough ground much easier. 

The front and rear wheels are attached using thru-axles. 

Instead of a normal quick-release skewer. 

Here’s why:

A thru-axle has a much larger diameter than a standard quick-release. This extra stiffness clamps the front and rear wheels into the frame better. 

This has the effect of increasing the torsional or twisting resistance of the bike. 

And this therefore improves the TCR Pro 0 Disc’s handling; especially through corners, tracking like it’s glued to the road surface. 

THE BUILD

All 0 level bikes have the best build. And Giant wanted this to be the best TCR Advanced Pro 0 they’ve ever made. 

Hence, the use of the brand new SRAM Force 1 AXS 12-speed groupset. It’s wireless and it’s electronic. 

SRAM AXS has completely redefined drivetrains.

There’s new gear ratios. New materials. New derailleur, chain and cassette technology. In fact, nothing from Shimano or Campagnolo comes close. 

Force AXS has some key features:

One, the rear derailleur uses SRAM’s new tech called Orbit. It’s a fluid based clutch system. It keeps the chain quiet over rough surfaces and minimises chain drops.

Two, AXS gears have the least amount of 1-tooth jumps. This makes it easier to maintain cadence on climbs and also delivers a smoother gear shift. 

Three, there are 12 gears. This delivers a lower gear for climbing and a higher gear for descending - equals more range. 

Four, 12-speed components have been proven to last longer. Especially the chain.

Shifting is performed by a single paddle on the left and right hand side. Pressing either one changes up or down. 

Using the AXS app, you can program what each paddle does. You can also use it to update firmware. 

The Pro 0 rolls on Giant’s carbon wheel set called the SLR 1. 42mm deep carbon rims add aerodynamics and stiffness. And even though the bike comes equipped with 33mm tyres, the rim can accommodate tyres down to 25mm - perfect if you’re doing a road session. 

They are also set up tubeless.

On tubeless:

First, without the tube there’s no surface friction between the tube and tyre. The tyre rolls smoother and with less effort. 

Second, the tyre can be used at a lower air pressure. This improves the traction and grip under fast cornering and hard braking. 

Third, the tyre’s tubeless casing is supple. It can deform easily and absorb impacts and vibrations from the road’s surface.

<span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: Arial; color: rgb(0

Colour   

Gunmetal Black

Frame   

Advanced grade composite, 12mm thru-axle

Fork   

Advanced grade composite, full composite OverDrive 2 steerer, 12mm thru-axle

Handlebar   

Giant Contact SL, 31.8mm

Stem   

Giant Contact SL, 8 degree

Seatpost   

Giant D-Fuse SL, Composite

Saddle   

Giant Contact SL, Neutral

Pedals   

N/A

Shifters   

SRAM Force eTap AXS, 12sp

Rear Derailleur   

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Brakes   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS, Fr:160mm, Rr:140mm

Brake Levers   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS

Cassette   

SRAM XG-1270, 10-33T, 12sp

Chain   

SRAM Force, 12sp

Crankset   

SRAM Force DUB, 38T

Bottom Bracket   

SRAM DUB, press fit

Rims   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, 42mm

Hubs   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, Fr:21H, Rr:24H

Spokes   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem

Tyres   

Maxxis All Terrane 120TPI EXO, TR 700x33c

Extras   

Giant 1x chainguide

Due to Covid 19, the above bicycle specifications may vary without notice. We will strive to advertise specifications accurately.

Mens Road, Cross Gravel Performance Sports Bike Sizing Guide

This guide is a reference only. For a better fit, please visit your local store and speak to our inhouse experts.

Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020
Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020 Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020

Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020 Medium

2012001104
$200 deposit
Total price: $6,499
Call for availability

Click & Collect :

  • Click-and-collect available for instock items. Please allow up to 48 hrs to process your order.
  • Order by phone for same-day or next-day collection.
  • Call your local store to check availability in-store.

GIANT TCX ADVANCED PRO 0 (2020)


The Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 (2020) is the top-tier cyclo-cross bike in the range. In this preview I’m going to go through some of the key highlights and explain who should buy it.

WHO SHOULD BUY IT?

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a serious rider. Or someone with lots of money. 

You probably own a cross-country mountain bike or road bike. You ride regularly. And you need a new bike that will help you train over Winter, or simply want to do something different as a form of cross-training. 

You’ve adapted to electronic gears or understand the value of such gears in harsh conditions. In short, you’ve adapted to the best. 

THE FRAME

Giant are experts at crafting performance carbon frames. 

This TCX uses Giant’s Advanced-grade carbon layup. It’s their second-tier carbon and designed for rigours and harsh conditions often seen in cyclo-cross racing. 

On manufacturing:

The TCX’s front half is moulded from a single piece of carbon, as is the rear half. These separate halves are joined together in a separate process. This is what Giant refers to as their modified-monocoque (one-piece) approach. 

The result? It’s very light and maintains high torsional frame stiffness for precise handling and power transfer. You need this when you’re riding offroad. 

Speaking of precision handling, you may notice that the TCX Advanced Pro has a very wide bladed fork. This is not only for looks. These wide blades increase front end stiffness; this helps you track through rocky trails and off-camber corners easily. 

And on power transfer:

The TCX Advanced Pro 0 has a huge 86mm bottom bracket shell that doesn’t flex. It translates power into forward motion easily. 

It comes stock with 33mm wide tyres and there’s still plenty of mud clearance. 

Stiffness and mud shedding is all good. Comfort is equally important:

Giant employ their D-Fuse seat post. In fact, back in 2014 is when the new seatpost design was implemented and specifically for the TCX. 

Why?

Comfort. A bike that’s designed to be ridden over rough surfaces and without suspension needs to have comfort built into the frame. 

The carbon D-Fuse seat post flexes 12mm forwards and backwards. This makes a huge difference because it absorbs impacts and vibrations travelling through your lower back and pelvis. It also makes seated pedalling over rough ground much easier. 

The front and rear wheels are attached using thru-axles. 

Instead of a normal quick-release skewer. 

Here’s why:

A thru-axle has a much larger diameter than a standard quick-release. This extra stiffness clamps the front and rear wheels into the frame better. 

This has the effect of increasing the torsional or twisting resistance of the bike. 

And this therefore improves the TCR Pro 0 Disc’s handling; especially through corners, tracking like it’s glued to the road surface. 

THE BUILD

All 0 level bikes have the best build. And Giant wanted this to be the best TCR Advanced Pro 0 they’ve ever made. 

Hence, the use of the brand new SRAM Force 1 AXS 12-speed groupset. It’s wireless and it’s electronic. 

SRAM AXS has completely redefined drivetrains.

There’s new gear ratios. New materials. New derailleur, chain and cassette technology. In fact, nothing from Shimano or Campagnolo comes close. 

Force AXS has some key features:

One, the rear derailleur uses SRAM’s new tech called Orbit. It’s a fluid based clutch system. It keeps the chain quiet over rough surfaces and minimises chain drops.

Two, AXS gears have the least amount of 1-tooth jumps. This makes it easier to maintain cadence on climbs and also delivers a smoother gear shift. 

Three, there are 12 gears. This delivers a lower gear for climbing and a higher gear for descending - equals more range. 

Four, 12-speed components have been proven to last longer. Especially the chain.

Shifting is performed by a single paddle on the left and right hand side. Pressing either one changes up or down. 

Using the AXS app, you can program what each paddle does. You can also use it to update firmware. 

The Pro 0 rolls on Giant’s carbon wheel set called the SLR 1. 42mm deep carbon rims add aerodynamics and stiffness. And even though the bike comes equipped with 33mm tyres, the rim can accommodate tyres down to 25mm - perfect if you’re doing a road session. 

They are also set up tubeless.

On tubeless:

First, without the tube there’s no surface friction between the tube and tyre. The tyre rolls smoother and with less effort. 

Second, the tyre can be used at a lower air pressure. This improves the traction and grip under fast cornering and hard braking. 

Third, the tyre’s tubeless casing is supple. It can deform easily and absorb impacts and vibrations from the road’s surface.

<span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: Arial; color: rgb(0

Colour   

Gunmetal Black

Frame   

Advanced grade composite, 12mm thru-axle

Fork   

Advanced grade composite, full composite OverDrive 2 steerer, 12mm thru-axle

Handlebar   

Giant Contact SL, 31.8mm

Stem   

Giant Contact SL, 8 degree

Seatpost   

Giant D-Fuse SL, Composite

Saddle   

Giant Contact SL, Neutral

Pedals   

N/A

Shifters   

SRAM Force eTap AXS, 12sp

Rear Derailleur   

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Brakes   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS, Fr:160mm, Rr:140mm

Brake Levers   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS

Cassette   

SRAM XG-1270, 10-33T, 12sp

Chain   

SRAM Force, 12sp

Crankset   

SRAM Force DUB, 38T

Bottom Bracket   

SRAM DUB, press fit

Rims   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, 42mm

Hubs   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, Fr:21H, Rr:24H

Spokes   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem

Tyres   

Maxxis All Terrane 120TPI EXO, TR 700x33c

Extras   

Giant 1x chainguide

Due to Covid 19, the above bicycle specifications may vary without notice. We will strive to advertise specifications accurately.

Mens Road, Cross Gravel Performance Sports Bike Sizing Guide

This guide is a reference only. For a better fit, please visit your local store and speak to our inhouse experts.

Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020
Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020 Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020

Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020 Large

2012001106
$200 deposit
$5,999 $6,499

Want to click and collect?

Available at Hallam.

Click & Collect :

  • Click-and-collect available for instock items. Please allow up to 48 hrs to process your order.
  • Order by phone for same-day or next-day collection.
  • Call your local store to check availability in-store.

GIANT TCX ADVANCED PRO 0 (2020)


The Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 (2020) is the top-tier cyclo-cross bike in the range. In this preview I’m going to go through some of the key highlights and explain who should buy it.

WHO SHOULD BUY IT?

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a serious rider. Or someone with lots of money. 

You probably own a cross-country mountain bike or road bike. You ride regularly. And you need a new bike that will help you train over Winter, or simply want to do something different as a form of cross-training. 

You’ve adapted to electronic gears or understand the value of such gears in harsh conditions. In short, you’ve adapted to the best. 

THE FRAME

Giant are experts at crafting performance carbon frames. 

This TCX uses Giant’s Advanced-grade carbon layup. It’s their second-tier carbon and designed for rigours and harsh conditions often seen in cyclo-cross racing. 

On manufacturing:

The TCX’s front half is moulded from a single piece of carbon, as is the rear half. These separate halves are joined together in a separate process. This is what Giant refers to as their modified-monocoque (one-piece) approach. 

The result? It’s very light and maintains high torsional frame stiffness for precise handling and power transfer. You need this when you’re riding offroad. 

Speaking of precision handling, you may notice that the TCX Advanced Pro has a very wide bladed fork. This is not only for looks. These wide blades increase front end stiffness; this helps you track through rocky trails and off-camber corners easily. 

And on power transfer:

The TCX Advanced Pro 0 has a huge 86mm bottom bracket shell that doesn’t flex. It translates power into forward motion easily. 

It comes stock with 33mm wide tyres and there’s still plenty of mud clearance. 

Stiffness and mud shedding is all good. Comfort is equally important:

Giant employ their D-Fuse seat post. In fact, back in 2014 is when the new seatpost design was implemented and specifically for the TCX. 

Why?

Comfort. A bike that’s designed to be ridden over rough surfaces and without suspension needs to have comfort built into the frame. 

The carbon D-Fuse seat post flexes 12mm forwards and backwards. This makes a huge difference because it absorbs impacts and vibrations travelling through your lower back and pelvis. It also makes seated pedalling over rough ground much easier. 

The front and rear wheels are attached using thru-axles. 

Instead of a normal quick-release skewer. 

Here’s why:

A thru-axle has a much larger diameter than a standard quick-release. This extra stiffness clamps the front and rear wheels into the frame better. 

This has the effect of increasing the torsional or twisting resistance of the bike. 

And this therefore improves the TCR Pro 0 Disc’s handling; especially through corners, tracking like it’s glued to the road surface. 

THE BUILD

All 0 level bikes have the best build. And Giant wanted this to be the best TCR Advanced Pro 0 they’ve ever made. 

Hence, the use of the brand new SRAM Force 1 AXS 12-speed groupset. It’s wireless and it’s electronic. 

SRAM AXS has completely redefined drivetrains.

There’s new gear ratios. New materials. New derailleur, chain and cassette technology. In fact, nothing from Shimano or Campagnolo comes close. 

Force AXS has some key features:

One, the rear derailleur uses SRAM’s new tech called Orbit. It’s a fluid based clutch system. It keeps the chain quiet over rough surfaces and minimises chain drops.

Two, AXS gears have the least amount of 1-tooth jumps. This makes it easier to maintain cadence on climbs and also delivers a smoother gear shift. 

Three, there are 12 gears. This delivers a lower gear for climbing and a higher gear for descending - equals more range. 

Four, 12-speed components have been proven to last longer. Especially the chain.

Shifting is performed by a single paddle on the left and right hand side. Pressing either one changes up or down. 

Using the AXS app, you can program what each paddle does. You can also use it to update firmware. 

The Pro 0 rolls on Giant’s carbon wheel set called the SLR 1. 42mm deep carbon rims add aerodynamics and stiffness. And even though the bike comes equipped with 33mm tyres, the rim can accommodate tyres down to 25mm - perfect if you’re doing a road session. 

They are also set up tubeless.

On tubeless:

First, without the tube there’s no surface friction between the tube and tyre. The tyre rolls smoother and with less effort. 

Second, the tyre can be used at a lower air pressure. This improves the traction and grip under fast cornering and hard braking. 

Third, the tyre’s tubeless casing is supple. It can deform easily and absorb impacts and vibrations from the road’s surface.

<span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: Arial; color: rgb(0

Colour   

Gunmetal Black

Frame   

Advanced grade composite, 12mm thru-axle

Fork   

Advanced grade composite, full composite OverDrive 2 steerer, 12mm thru-axle

Handlebar   

Giant Contact SL, 31.8mm

Stem   

Giant Contact SL, 8 degree

Seatpost   

Giant D-Fuse SL, Composite

Saddle   

Giant Contact SL, Neutral

Pedals   

N/A

Shifters   

SRAM Force eTap AXS, 12sp

Rear Derailleur   

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Brakes   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS, Fr:160mm, Rr:140mm

Brake Levers   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS

Cassette   

SRAM XG-1270, 10-33T, 12sp

Chain   

SRAM Force, 12sp

Crankset   

SRAM Force DUB, 38T

Bottom Bracket   

SRAM DUB, press fit

Rims   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, 42mm

Hubs   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, Fr:21H, Rr:24H

Spokes   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem

Tyres   

Maxxis All Terrane 120TPI EXO, TR 700x33c

Extras   

Giant 1x chainguide

Due to Covid 19, the above bicycle specifications may vary without notice. We will strive to advertise specifications accurately.

Mens Road, Cross Gravel Performance Sports Bike Sizing Guide

This guide is a reference only. For a better fit, please visit your local store and speak to our inhouse experts.

Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020
Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020 Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020

Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 2020 XL

2012001107
Unavailable

Click & Collect :

  • Click-and-collect available for instock items. Please allow up to 48 hrs to process your order.
  • Order by phone for same-day or next-day collection.
  • Call your local store to check availability in-store.

GIANT TCX ADVANCED PRO 0 (2020)


The Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 (2020) is the top-tier cyclo-cross bike in the range. In this preview I’m going to go through some of the key highlights and explain who should buy it.

WHO SHOULD BUY IT?

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a serious rider. Or someone with lots of money. 

You probably own a cross-country mountain bike or road bike. You ride regularly. And you need a new bike that will help you train over Winter, or simply want to do something different as a form of cross-training. 

You’ve adapted to electronic gears or understand the value of such gears in harsh conditions. In short, you’ve adapted to the best. 

THE FRAME

Giant are experts at crafting performance carbon frames. 

This TCX uses Giant’s Advanced-grade carbon layup. It’s their second-tier carbon and designed for rigours and harsh conditions often seen in cyclo-cross racing. 

On manufacturing:

The TCX’s front half is moulded from a single piece of carbon, as is the rear half. These separate halves are joined together in a separate process. This is what Giant refers to as their modified-monocoque (one-piece) approach. 

The result? It’s very light and maintains high torsional frame stiffness for precise handling and power transfer. You need this when you’re riding offroad. 

Speaking of precision handling, you may notice that the TCX Advanced Pro has a very wide bladed fork. This is not only for looks. These wide blades increase front end stiffness; this helps you track through rocky trails and off-camber corners easily. 

And on power transfer:

The TCX Advanced Pro 0 has a huge 86mm bottom bracket shell that doesn’t flex. It translates power into forward motion easily. 

It comes stock with 33mm wide tyres and there’s still plenty of mud clearance. 

Stiffness and mud shedding is all good. Comfort is equally important:

Giant employ their D-Fuse seat post. In fact, back in 2014 is when the new seatpost design was implemented and specifically for the TCX. 

Why?

Comfort. A bike that’s designed to be ridden over rough surfaces and without suspension needs to have comfort built into the frame. 

The carbon D-Fuse seat post flexes 12mm forwards and backwards. This makes a huge difference because it absorbs impacts and vibrations travelling through your lower back and pelvis. It also makes seated pedalling over rough ground much easier. 

The front and rear wheels are attached using thru-axles. 

Instead of a normal quick-release skewer. 

Here’s why:

A thru-axle has a much larger diameter than a standard quick-release. This extra stiffness clamps the front and rear wheels into the frame better. 

This has the effect of increasing the torsional or twisting resistance of the bike. 

And this therefore improves the TCR Pro 0 Disc’s handling; especially through corners, tracking like it’s glued to the road surface. 

THE BUILD

All 0 level bikes have the best build. And Giant wanted this to be the best TCR Advanced Pro 0 they’ve ever made. 

Hence, the use of the brand new SRAM Force 1 AXS 12-speed groupset. It’s wireless and it’s electronic. 

SRAM AXS has completely redefined drivetrains.

There’s new gear ratios. New materials. New derailleur, chain and cassette technology. In fact, nothing from Shimano or Campagnolo comes close. 

Force AXS has some key features:

One, the rear derailleur uses SRAM’s new tech called Orbit. It’s a fluid based clutch system. It keeps the chain quiet over rough surfaces and minimises chain drops.

Two, AXS gears have the least amount of 1-tooth jumps. This makes it easier to maintain cadence on climbs and also delivers a smoother gear shift. 

Three, there are 12 gears. This delivers a lower gear for climbing and a higher gear for descending - equals more range. 

Four, 12-speed components have been proven to last longer. Especially the chain.

Shifting is performed by a single paddle on the left and right hand side. Pressing either one changes up or down. 

Using the AXS app, you can program what each paddle does. You can also use it to update firmware. 

The Pro 0 rolls on Giant’s carbon wheel set called the SLR 1. 42mm deep carbon rims add aerodynamics and stiffness. And even though the bike comes equipped with 33mm tyres, the rim can accommodate tyres down to 25mm - perfect if you’re doing a road session. 

They are also set up tubeless.

On tubeless:

First, without the tube there’s no surface friction between the tube and tyre. The tyre rolls smoother and with less effort. 

Second, the tyre can be used at a lower air pressure. This improves the traction and grip under fast cornering and hard braking. 

Third, the tyre’s tubeless casing is supple. It can deform easily and absorb impacts and vibrations from the road’s surface.

<span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: Arial; color: rgb(0

Colour   

Gunmetal Black

Frame   

Advanced grade composite, 12mm thru-axle

Fork   

Advanced grade composite, full composite OverDrive 2 steerer, 12mm thru-axle

Handlebar   

Giant Contact SL, 31.8mm

Stem   

Giant Contact SL, 8 degree

Seatpost   

Giant D-Fuse SL, Composite

Saddle   

Giant Contact SL, Neutral

Pedals   

N/A

Shifters   

SRAM Force eTap AXS, 12sp

Rear Derailleur   

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Brakes   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS, Fr:160mm, Rr:140mm

Brake Levers   

SRAM Force HRD eTap AXS

Cassette   

SRAM XG-1270, 10-33T, 12sp

Chain   

SRAM Force, 12sp

Crankset   

SRAM Force DUB, 38T

Bottom Bracket   

SRAM DUB, press fit

Rims   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, 42mm

Hubs   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem, Fr:21H, Rr:24H

Spokes   

Giant SLR 1 Disc Composite Centerlock, DBL, WheelSystem

Tyres   

Maxxis All Terrane 120TPI EXO, TR 700x33c

Extras   

Giant 1x chainguide

Due to Covid 19, the above bicycle specifications may vary without notice. We will strive to advertise specifications accurately.

Mens Road, Cross Gravel Performance Sports Bike Sizing Guide

This guide is a reference only. For a better fit, please visit your local store and speak to our inhouse experts.

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