For exploration on and off the bike.
The Technical T-Shirt was designed to change the way we think about dressing to ride. Using the same feathery light micro-mesh fabric as our Flyweight Jersey, it is the perfect loose-fitting top for exploring, whether that be city streets or mountain peaks.
A gradient knit structure not only wicks sweat away from the skin but also disperses the moisture over a greater area, creating a incredibly fast-drying shirt. The textured fabric combined with a loose fit helps the t-shirt stand off a rider’s skin for improved heat convection and airflow, allowing you to stay cool and look good in hot conditions. Turn-up sleeves reveal reflective strips hidden in the hem, which combine with a reflective logo on the chest for a stand-out yet stylish look. Paired with the Cargo bib shorts, the Technical T-Shirt offers a whole new option for long days in the saddle but is equally at home off the bike.
Details and Materials
- 100% polyester
HELP WITH MEASURING
HELP WITH MEASURING
Using a tape measure, take the total measurement around the fullest part of your chest, holding the tape horizontally.
Run the tape around the narrowest part of your waist holding the tape horizontally.
Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest point of the hip, keeping the tape measure horizontal.
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- Machine wash 30°C gentle cycle
- Do not bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
Rapha Bidon SM
How does this fit compared to the Brevet Base Layer? I’m looking for something for touring that isn’t constrictive.
I wear a M in all Rapha jerseys, but a L in Rapha logo t-shirts. I'm thinking I should get the L for the technical t-shirt, especially if I'll be wearing it for mountain biking. Should these fit similar to the logo t-shirts?
Hi, I wear a size M for flyweight JC. I would like to have a loose fit for this T-Shirt but not baggy loose. Should i upsize to Size L? Thank you.
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