As part of a series, adidas invited artists from six cities to contribute a design for a graphic. This men's cotton t-shirt features art by London's Stevie Gee, who offers a whimsical representation of urban density. Finished with the linear Trefoil logo on front and the artist's sign-off on back.
Ribbed rounded neck
Graphic art print with linear Trefoil logo on front
Rated 5 out of
I tried this shirt and loved it so much. It's great for warmer weather as it wicks moisture, and also helps you stay cool with venting holes. Some have claimed these little holes look feminine a la polka-dots, but it really reminds me of a jersey. The fit is decent with comfortable, wide opening sleeves and a pretty generous cut in the waist area (for an athletic shirt). I'm pretty slim but the shirt isn't loose enough to make it feel it's not streamlined for busying about.
I'm most excited to try this with a backpack because if I'm hiking with something on my back while it's hot, my back usually gets very wet, and the sweat has nowhere to go even if I'm wearing other moisture-wicking shirts. So with these ventilated mesh holes, hopefully there will be some ventilation to help me stay cool and evaporate moisture.
I LOVE IT SO MUCH !!!