- Fabric Properties
Wicking & Quick Dry
Mesh Underarm Vents
1 Zippered Rear Hip Pocket
Brushed Metal Snaps
RideLight Reflective Accents
Hidden Sunglass Cleaner
Mid-Weight Poly Stretch Fabric
- Fabric Content
97% Polyester / 3% Spandex
- Fabric Weight
W's Liv'n Flannel
Constructed from the same Hombre plaid as our Daniel Flannel the Liv’n will be your go-to on the trail or to the saloon with a design built-to-move, wick away moisture to keep you comfortable and warm. Reflective accents and a secure rear pocket will keep you seen and your valuables safe on the trip to a fall bonfire.
Club Ride really shines when it comes to flannels. Flannel shirts are my go-to when the temperature drops, and while I’ll often wear a non-bike-specific flannel top to ride, I love the bike-specific nature of the Club Ride Liv’n Flannel. (Of course, you can still wear it off the bike too.
My wife was pleasantly surprised by how warm this flannel kept her on her ride.
You can see from the photos provided on the website that if a woman were to stretch her arms out the sleeves would be too short. If that is true for a model, it will be extra true for a tall woman.
I had to return my size S and exchange for a M but I LOVE this flannel. It's really well constructed and has a nice fit. I'm typically between and S and an M, so recommend sizing slightly up if you're not sure. I love the hidden pocket and just the general feel of the top. Still a bit too hot to wear it but as soon as it drops below 50 here in NH, this is layering on over my MTB jersey!
I'm totally partisan to Club Ride and have been since their launch. The Liv N Flanel is another example of why I'll stick with this brand for quality, functional riding apparel that goes from singletrack to apres-ride with style.
I love the look of the two Club Ride flannel shirts that I bought. They have great, typical Club Ride touches like pearlized snaps and that much-appreciated zippered pocket with an easy-to-grasp zipper pull.