Aero Tech Men's Urban Pedal Pushers Commuter Dress Shirt - SPF 50+ Slender Trim Fit

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Mens
Aero Tech Men's Urban Pedal Pushers Commuter Dress Shirt - SPF 50+ Slender Trim Fit

Men's Urban Pedal Pushers Commuter Shirt - Dress Shirt - Slender Trim Fitplain UV protection fabric

  • Wrinkle Free Dress Shirt - Ideal for travel
  • Lightweight Micro Fiber is soft Wick-Away quick-drying, moisture wicking fabric.
  • 50+ Ultraviolet Sun Protection Factor (UPF) is like wearing a sunscreen which is very easy to wear in heat.
  • Stretch woven fabric stays dry and has mechanical stretch
  • 86% Spun Nylon 14% Spandex
  • Mesh ventilation on the back yoke keep you cool
  • 2 front chest pockets with zipper closure
  • Zippered back pocket
  • Adjustable wrist buttons on sleeves
  • Roll up Sleeves with Button tabs for short sleeve
  • DDR Water Repellant that beads up the rain
  • Machine Wash and Dry

    pedal pusher commuter shirt

adjustable sleeves

Roll up Sleeves with Button tabs for short sleeve

This fabric does an excellent job at the disruption of ultraviolet light. The fabric is woven with advanced nylon micro fibers that have a hydrogen and carbon based benzene ring in the polymer. The fibers are extruded and coated before being spun into yarns.All fabrics will protect from the sun's UV radiation to some extent. The type of fabric that does the best job at blocking harmful sun rays will carry a Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) rating from 15 (good) to 50+(excellent).

50+ Ultraviolet Sun Protection Factor (UPF)

Wetness: The desire to keep out the sun's UV rays is reduced by wetness on the fabric. A wet fabric may cause the sun blocking to be reduced by up to half its effectiveness as dry. Keeping the fabric dry is enhanced by the durable water resistant finish. The DWR finish creates a fabric that is lightweight and hydrophobic. The dense, tight woven microfibers minimize the space between yarns. This reduces the amount of UV light that can pass through which leads to the 50 UPV score.

Durable Water Repellent Finish (DWR)water repellant

This textile fabric has a DWR finish on the individual fibers that make the material hydrophobic which means it stays dry in moist conditions. The extruded microfibers are treated before being spun into yard. The coated fibers are then woven into the plaid fabric. The DWR coating does not reduce or affect the breath-ability of the technical fabric because the woven fibers have a space between them for breath-ability. To test the effectiveness of a DWR finish, you can pour some water onto the garment and see how much water is sticking to the fabric. The quality testing for this finish is superior up to 50 washings. Repeated laundering eventually will diminish the effectiveness of the DWR.

This Commuter shirt has an integrated mesh ventilation at the back yoke to keep you cool and increase air flow and moisture evaporation. This tightly constructed UPF 100 rated garments uses mesh air-vents to increase air circulation and help the wearer stay cool and dry.

mesh vents

 

Mesh ventilation on the back yoke keep you cool

 

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Aero Tech Designs Jersey - Size Chart

**This item is a slim/slender fit, please take this into consideration when ordering**

  Size Chest (inches)  
Small 34-36
Medium 36-38
Large 38-40
X-Large 40-42
XX-Large 42-44
3XL 44-46

Fabric:  50+ Ultraviolet Sun Protection Factor (UPF) - Stretch Woven 86% Spun Nylon/14% Spandex Microfiber with mechanical stretch

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  • 5
    Shirt review

    Posted by Russell on Apr 13th 2018

    I read reviews about being too small, so I got the XL. I'm a 15 1/2 - 32/33 and it fits fine. Shirt breathes very well: I bought it for biking but I think it will double as a shirt for being on the water also.

  • 5
    Shirt

    Posted by Not Available on Apr 13th 2018

    Exactly as advertised. Fast delivery also. Breathes really well. I got this as cycling apparel, but I feel like I should take the boat out too.

  • 5
    This shirt is incredible

    Posted by Brian A on Feb 8th 2018

    I really liked the texture, feel, and fit of this shirt. Really nice and overall pretty affordable!

  • 2
    Sized way too small

    Posted by Brimstone on Nov 1st 2017

    Picked up two on sale a few tears ago. Easy to see why they were on sale, XXL fit like a medium. Love the fabric and the features, fit makes them unwearable. I can confirm the button problems. Also wish they came in something other than hipster-poser plaid. This shirt has a lot of unfulfilled potential. Maybe I can find a skinny biker to give it away to.

  • 5
    I like my Areo Tech jersey

    Posted by aaron on Aug 3rd 2017

    was looking for muted forest colors. the design is great. Jersey is well made and fits comfortably.

  • 3
    Runs SMALL!

    Posted by Hopsdog on Feb 27th 2017

    Love, love, love the design. However it runs very small. I normally wear a Men's medium/large, I like a looser fit. This is not loose fitting at all.

  • 5
    jersey

    Posted by David Ashford on Feb 6th 2017

    perfect fit i weight 178 pounds extra large fits nice.

  • 4
    Enjoyable Cycling Apparel

    Posted by Chuck on Jan 27th 2017

    As others have noted, this shirt ran small so I ordered up one size and it fits great, not too tight or loose. One concern is the zipper as it does not easily zip down or up the last 1.5 inches. If it were not for my concern that it could later stop working, I would have given this product 5 stars.

    I am very pleased the shirt covers the rear well and has the pockets. The garments material is outstanding and feels substantial. There is nothing cheap about this shirt and at $14, who could complain?

  • 5
    Great fit, great value

    Posted by John on Oct 17th 2016

    Not as breathable as most of my jerseys, but a great fit and value, nice design too.

  • 5
    Nice Shirt

    Posted by JayJay on Sep 23rd 2016

    The shirt is best when the temps are below 70.

  • 2
    Buttons don't hold

    Posted by DocBot on Jun 13th 2016

    I absolutely LOVE this shirt except that the buttons do not stay done up. It is not that the shirt is too small, rather it appears that the buttons don't match the button holes. Clearly, with such a stretchy fabric, that plays into this, but proper design would take this into account...

  • 3
    Really liked it, but there are a few glaring issues

    Posted by Cullen on May 30th 2016

    Wore this on a tour from San Francisco to LA. Works really well, most of the time. I'm sure for commuting it'd be fine for most people. I'm ~5' 7" and ~170lb and wore a medium; my hands barely fit through the cuffs when buttoned but otherwise the shirt fits well. I feel a small would not fit my arms, if nothing else. Material is really thin (in a nice way).