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Adidas Climalite t shirts.

Old 07-13-18, 09:26 PM
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Adidas Climalite t shirts.

I bought one of these a few weeks ago and have been really impressed with it. I haven't
worn it biking yet but I wore it today to cut the grass in 90 degree heat with high humidity and
it kept me dry and fairly cool. They were on sale at TJ Max for $12.99 so I went back tonight
and bought 3 more. These fit me fairly snug but not as tight as a bike jersey but I think they
would make a great shirt to cycle in.
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Old 07-14-18, 12:03 AM
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How are the pockets in the back to stash your phone, snacks and supplies? :|
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Old 07-14-18, 03:24 AM
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does it have 4k hdmi support?


I havent tried those shirts yet, but only b/c they dont come in a tall size.
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Here ___________ is where you include the image/link to the at present invisible t-shirt?
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Old 07-14-18, 06:03 AM
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse View Post
How are the pockets in the back to stash your phone, snacks and supplies? :|
I guess they are only good if you want to ride your bike. If I want to eat and talk on the phone I just stay home.
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I picked up some Nike running shirts in that high viz a few years back, they have made great shirts for short rides.
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i use them for commuting during the summer - they are fantastic shirts. just don't let them anywhere near velcro!
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Old 07-14-18, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by robertj298 View Post
I guess they are only good if you want to ride your bike. If I want to eat and talk on the phone I just stay home.
I guess if you only ride your bike around the block you don't need your phone or snacks.
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse View Post
I guess if you only ride your bike around the block you don't need your phone or snacks.
Gee, I might ride 70 miles, and still don't use a bike specific jersey with pockets. And on a 30 mile ride, I don't even bother with snacks.
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Originally Posted by robertj298 View Post
I guess they are only good if you want to ride your bike. If I want to eat and talk on the phone I just stay home.
Impressive.

I have some of the Climalite shirts, and a few of the Champion versions. Excellent for walking/hiking, too flappy for cycling. If they were fully form fit, I wouldn't bother with them at all. At that point, just wear a jersey with pockets. It's not about saving money, people. I have several jerseys that cost less than $20.
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Bike Forums, the place where bike weight is no big deal, but you must have pockets for snacks.
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How are the pockets in the back to stash your phone, snacks and supplies? :|
Back pockets are unnecessary...I wear cargo shorts with lots of pockets and a small camelback backpack which gives me plenty of room to store extras.
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Back pockets are unnecessary...I wear cargo shorts with lots of pockets and a small camelback backpack which gives me plenty of room to store extras.
I guess some people can't go 15 minutes without eating or being on their phone lol
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If you were ON your phone, you wouldn't need a pocket to stash it in.
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