David Millar says:
"The material of this jersey is lighter than any race jersey
I've ever used. It's unable to be used by racing teams because it
can't be printed upon, therefore making it impossible to carry a
sponsor's name. Obviously this is no longer a concern for me.
We've given the jersey a more tailored cut, darting the front
panels and sharpening the shoulder's edge, a shape more akin to a
shirt rather than a t-shirt. The collar is buttoned, giving the
jersey a higher and more substantial neck and so making it look
sharper and a little bespoke.
There is a collarbone button to fasten the collar flap if you
decide having it buttoned up is unnecessary. There is a storm-flap
pocket on the front big enough to fit your credit card or hotel key
card. The central rear pocket is designed to carry a Rocka 1.61,
and the stitching on all the pockets is reinforced in order to cope
with the occasional times they're stuffed full.
There are two mesh pockets on the interior rear of the jersey to
carry warmers if needs be. When racing we'd often stuff unwanted
clothing up the inside of our jersey; this is a more refined
version of that."