Born to be warm, can’t help but be cool. The Shaka is made with our moisture wicking, keep warm poly yarn to keep you toasty on the chilliest of adventures. Overheating is managed with venting under the arms and easy to fasten brushed snaps. Look cool, feel warm and stay dry. Store your media device or other goodies in the rear zipper pocket, and feel safe cruising the town after dark with reflective accents.
Fabric | Mid-Weight Poly Woven Yarn
Fabric Content | 97% Polyester / 3% Spandex
Fabric Weight | 155g/m2
Closure | Brushed Metal Snaps
Ventilation | Mesh Underarm Vents
Visibility | RideLight Reflective Accents
Optics | Hidden Sunglass CleanerStorage | 2 Zippered Pockets, Chest & Rear Hip
Fit | Sport
Bought one of these about 6-8 years ago and finally getting around to buying another after wearing the other one constantly. Its a great shirt on and off the bike. Style for days. Never lets me down.
My favorite flannel -- comfortable, with a soft and durable fabric that makes it great for everyday wear. The two zip pockets are handy, and I like the snap buttons. I find I'm using it more 'around town' than riding. Couldn't be happier with it.
I have three of these because they get worn just about everyday. Warm and breathable, for those cooler days. Snaps are sturdy. I had one pull out, CR had me send it back for free repair. Excellent!
I original bought a different color of this flannel bike shirt I LOVED IT! I was wearing it out to dinner as a regular shirt (and my wife couldn't tell it was a mtn bike shirt). It fits great. Its warm and super comfortable. Best of all, it looks great! It's also a fantastic mtn bike shirt. I first wore it on a ride when the temp was 37 deg, the wind was whipping and I got rained on. I was so warm and comfortable without over heating. The shirt wicks great so it doesn't get wet and sweaty. Also, the snaps make it easy to roll up the sleeves with it gets warm during the ride and you're doing a lot of climbing. In short, I bought another color of this shirt. I have a ton of flannel shirts but the only ones I wear are the Club Ride flannels (both as causal wear and on my bike). Best of both worlds.