I was chosen to do a review of a YMX by Yellowman shirt!
These "big blogger" moments are feeling awfully good this year.
I have been lusting after these shirts for a while, but I have a hard time spending money on
Also, the material they use is supposed to be durable and comfortable. Having form and function in workout clothing is really important to most of us these days so I can't help but be drawn to this company. Here is what their website says about the fabric they use to make their clothes:
MadKool technical fabrics enhance the athletic performance of the people who wear it. MadKool efficiently moves sweat away from the body to the outer layer of the fabric, where it dries faster than with other fabrics.
In addition, MadKool fabrics regulate your natural body temperature so you will stay warm in cool weather activities, and cool when your heart is pumping.
I immediately put it on and hunted TriGuy down.
He did. He's so nice.
But, it's a workout shirt, not a night shirt.
I put it away and saved it for a rainy day indoor workout. Of course I didn't have to wait long because every day is a rainy day. So, I wore the shirt for today's trainer ride. See?
My legs are blurry because they are going so fast! Not really.
And after my workout, I made TriGuy take more pictures.
Please excuse the fuzzy hair; it was post-swim and post-ride.
The tank; however, was still delightful! It wicked away sweat really quickly and didn't smell after the workout. As you can see, it hits around mid-waist. It did ride up a little when I was sitting, but it's long enough that I still kept things covered. It's form-fitting but not at all constricting. It is UPF 30+ so I am looking forward to taking it out for runs and bike rides this summer. I'm anxious to see how it holds up after a few workouts and washes to see if the colours and fit really do stay true.
Oh, and the pattern on the back is just as cool as the front.
Here is the link to the shirt they sent me: Infinite Geometry mesh tank. They have the same pattern in a long sleeve, a hoodie, racing shorts, and a wrap skort.
My final thought:
I wouldn't choose to spend this much on a shirt, as much as I do like it. If you're like me (and like these clothes), you might want to put this website on your wish list for birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, race completions, for that ice cream eating contest you know, because the clothes are stretchy...
We'll see how this tank holds up over time, but overall, I give it two thumbs up!
Disclaimer: I was given the YMX by Yellowman shirt free of charge in exchange for this product review, through the FitFluential ambassador program. All opinions and images are my own.
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