Leave the Lycra at home.
For adventurous trail missions and everyday commutes where laid-back comfort is key, toss on the Club Ride Men's Detour Jersey. The Detour pairs the Western-inspired style of your favorite plaid button-ups with the moisture-wicking capabilities of a more technical riding jersey. UPF 50 ensures protection from searing UV rays, especially when you're riding across exposed swaths of trail where you'd normally fry to a crisp.
Stretch-woven fabric keeps you moving freely and riding quickly without overheating, even on those scorching summer days. The fabric lining is dimpled throughout, which pulls sweat over a wider surface area to speed up the evaporative process. Mesh underarm and side panels channel airflow over your body, keeping your body temperature from skyrocketing in warmer conditions. Moreover, there's a single patch chest pocket and concealed-zip side pocket for storing everyday essentials and riding accessories.
- Western shirt upgraded for trail riding and commuting
- Stretch-woven fabric wicks moisture and flexes freely
- Dimpled shirt lining facilitates quick-drying comfort
- Mesh underarm and side panels for active ventilation
- UPF 50 ensures protection from scorching UV rays
- Zippered rear pocket for carrying riding essentials
- RideLight reflective accents pop in low lighting
- Comfort fit is relaxed to keep you moving freely
- Item #CLB0043
- Q & A
CR Detour Jersey
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Though I haven't used it yet (and probably won't for a while due to New England weather), I thought I'd give a few initial impressions for anyone interested. I have many articles of Club Ride clothing and really like the brand. This shirt is no exception. It's well made of seemingly quality materials (silky, but not 'floppy') with side vents and thoughtfully positioned pockets. The shirt is stylish enough to go from office to trail, or vice versa if you dare. I'm 5'8" and 165 pounds. Usually wear a medium in this brand and most other mtb clothing, but this shirt definitely ran big for me. Ordered a medium and it was too long and wide. Ordered a small and it fits just right. I think this particular style of shirt is supposed to be a bit baggier than the pull-over type though. Purchased it hoping that because it is a button front shirt it will increase air flow for better cooling (if it ever does get warm again here).
Club Ride Detour Jersey
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I ride in the South West with temperatures hitting the century mark throughout the summer. I was shopping for a light weight jersey to wear that would not add to heat. This jersey is light and the next best thing to wearing nothing.