- Fabric Properties
Wicking & Quick Dry
Brushed Metal Snaps
Mesh Underarm Vents
RideLight Reflective Accents
Hidden Sunglass Cleaner
3 Pockets, 2 Snap Chest & 1 Rear Zippered Hip Pocket
Mid-Weight Poly Stretch Woven Fabric
- Fabric Content
92% Polyester / 2% Spandex
- Fabric Weight
M's Daniel Flannel
In the Wild West gunslingers played with pistols to find out who was the down-right baddest hombre in town, there was the victory and the unfortunate loser. This hombre flannel takes that competition to a less serious outcome but still honors the tradition of being the best flannel in town. Built with stretch for movement, quick dry and wicking fabrics to keep you warm and comfy during activity and looks, well maybe not to die for. Named after Daniel our Marketing guy it has no match as the best hombre “flannel” in town!
Laid back style in a midweight flannel. Subtle features like snap buttons and underarm mesh panels make this a functional shirt on and off the bike.
It also has a soft, brushed texture that’s, well, more like flannel. I’ve only gotten a few rides in with the Daniel, but so far I really like it. It offers a good combination of warmth and breathability, which is often a tough balance. I’ve found it to be best suited for temps hovering in the upper 40s to mid-50s when used with a thin merino base layer. As for packability, the men’s medium rolls up and compresses into the size of a small cantaloupe.
My style preferences trend more towards casual than performance but it’s always great when I find a piece of clothing that combines both casual aesthetics with performance features. Club Ride’s Daniel flannel does just that by pairing technical fabrics and features with a sleek, tailored flannel design.
Comfortable, well made, warm but light
Enjoy the all my Club Ride clothes.
I've been riding with CR fannels for a couple of years now here in the PNW. Love the weight and can layer them with a merino wool longsleeve under for really chilly days. If it's wet I'll throw a vest of a light jacket over and have no issues staying warm and most times dry. Not to mention they look great on.
Just picked up a second Daniel Flannel. Roomy, but still stylish. Great for us dad riders. Just a little bit of flair in the plaid, but still conservative enough for work. Keep it up, Club Ride!
This is my new favorite shirt! My wife got it for me for Father's Day; we are having a cold and wet stretch here in Maine so I negotiated to get it early. (strokes cat in lap like evil genius) It's super comfy; I have cotton flannels that are less soft than this. It's pretty damn handsome if I do say so my damn self ... I wore it to the pub on the weekend and received a couple of unsolicited compliments. This morning I wore it for an early morning trail ride; it really is perfect for high output activity in cool weather. (and I predict it will make a great layer come snow sports season next winter, especially on "earn your turns" days.)
I'm already eyeballing another color. This is such a versatile shirt!