A deep burgundy colour t-shirt, the Whackjob Flow Tee fits well with plenty of stretch, a good length which keeps your lower back covered, and hangs really nicely – a top I’d be more than happy to wear for every day as well as out on the trail.
The distinctive blue and orange ‘Flow’ graphic on the t-shirt aims to capture the essence of mountain biking in a visual form, and I did like the flowing, abstract print which uses environmentally friendly water-based inks.
The fabric of this t-shirt is the thicker than some of the others tested, which means a bit more insulation in the cooler weather ahead, and felt fine and soft against the skin. Size medium equates to a size 12, with a loose fitted feel.
Verdict: A great technical tee for warmer autumn riders, perfect layered over a long-sleeved base.
Favourite feature: The cool and distinctive graphic – it certainly stands out from the crowd!
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large
Colours available: Aubergine (but there are other designs available in other colours)
More information: Whackjob
With an emphasis on ethical and ecologically sound products, Whackjob t-shirts also feature distinctive graphics that make them stand out from the usual MTB clothing out there.
What Whackjob say
The Flow Women’s Tee is made using 70% organic bamboo, 30% organic cotton, ethically sourced and printed using sustainable processes and water-based inks. Because it’s bamboo, it is perfect for riding as well as for casual use. As with all Whackjob Women’s Tees it has a fitted cut with wider neckline, and uses a finer grade of the fabric to produce an incredibly soft garment that hangs and moves beautifully. All this plus the benefits of bamboo, so when you’re bored with just looking good, you can hit the trails and it’ll perform every bit as well as that nylon jersey you won’t want to wear any more…