How does it fit?
The shirt has a slim fit.
How is it sized?
See the sizing guide.
How do I care for it?
Machine wash cold, line dry, iron warm.
- Fabric: 63% polyester, 34% cotton, 3% polyurethane.
- 3M retroreflective yarns woven in the fabric.
- Western styling, with pearl snaps.
- Two chest pockets.
Men's Reflective Red Plaid Short-Sleeve Bike Button-Up
Designer Steven B. Wheeler describes his latest creation below:
To me, the images speak for themselves. This is a poly-cotton shirt that by day is a mild-mannered button-down, and by night becomes brilliant, ultra-reflective shirt that exponentially increases your visibility. It's perfect for cyclists and commuters who want a casual, shirt that will keep them safe at night.
You don't need to worry about deploying any reflective safety features, because reflective yarns are woven into the shirt and always ready for your commute. For the cooler seasons, we've also created a long-sleeve button-down version.
The result is an amazing commuter-friendly button-up shirt that looks great in and out of the saddle.
Questions? If there's anything else you want to know about this product, please contact us.
Steven B. Wheeler
Steven B. Wheeler got his start in the fashion at an early age, spending countless hours hunched over his mother's Kenmore sewing machine when he quite honestly should have been doing his homework.
Upon graduation from high school, Steven became an apprentice tailor, where he spent three years learning custom garment creation, pattern drafting, and alterations. He was introduced to old-world techniques, and fell in love with all the unseen engineering that goes into a well-tailored garment.
Steven moved to San Francisco in 2003, simultaneously building an alterations and custom apparel business while earning his BFA in Menswear Design. Since then, Steven has designed apparel for companies both large and small before embarking on his most recent comedic misadventure as a designer at Betabrand.
He continues to maintain an optimistic outlook on life despite this last fact.