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Club Ride Apparel Shaka Flannel Shirt - Men's

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Shaka Flannel Shirt

Just because you're getting muddy outside doesn't mean you can't look good. This fact is proven by Club Ride Apparel's Shaka Flannel Shirt, which combines enhanced pocketry with a contemporary synthetic flannel design to offer a shirt that looks good, feels good, and meets the demands of your downhill exploits. Club Ride built the Shaka with a polyester woven fabric, so it'll wick the sweat off your body during those grueling uphill climbs, and if you're not not the pack-wearing type, the Shaka has a rear zip pocket for a snack, your phone, or some much-needed snacks. 

  • A stylish synthetic flannel with enhanced pocketry
  • Midweight polyester wicks seat for a dry feel
  • Zippered pockets for on-the-go storage
  • Underarm mesh vents cool things down quick
  • Reflective accents visible in low light
  • Item #CLB002U

100% polyester
1 zippered chest, 1 zippered rear
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Favorite cool weather top!

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 8"
150 lbs

Just a great flannel shirt for riding. Quality throughout. Has vents and stretches where you need it, without the bulk of non-riding flannels. Great wind resistance and comfort on the trail. Nice enough to wear off-bike anytime as well!

>Rating: 5

On the trail or out on the town

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
168 lbs

As other's have stated this is probably best for 50 degrees or below. It's not super warm, but a perfect for anything above 40. I love that it looks like a normal flannel but has some tech features like vented armpits. The zipped pockets are super useful. I put my phone and wallet in the rear pocket and my car key in the breast pocket. I love the security of the pockets, no worries of loosing anything like in a road jersey. I use it both for mountain biking and for bike commuting. I wear that this at the office frequently. It's quickly becoming my favorite piece of clothing because of how versatile it is.

>Rating: 4

Heavy fall/winter material

This is not a summer or warm shirt. I got this for my BF and he loves it but it’s heavy weight material. Prob best for 50s degree days or less. Looks great on him though. He said he’ll wear it off the bike a lot this fall. Small. True to size.

>Rating: 5

love this thing

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

great to ride in when it's a little chilly but equally nice to wear casually. Only worn it 3 times but so far super happy.

>Rating: 4

Casual Shirt

I bought this in Rincon Blue and liked it enough to buy a second in Zuma Grey. I guess it's intended as a bike shirt but I wear it casually. The pattern/styles are great, in seems well constructed, and the price was right.