Primal's t-shirts are great for riding your bike in, but at least as good for wearing in everyday life. Why? Well, it's that irresistible combination of style, comfort and quality. Sounds cheesy, but it's true.
The cotton is preshrunk, combed, ringspun and US manufactured - and if that sounds a bit technical, the result is what counts: a soft yet hardwearing quality which you'll never want to take off. They're carefully tailored for the female frame by Primal's team of female designers.
And all that's before mentioning the designs themselves... This one is classily understated, striking and reliably black. And it'll mark you out as an aficionada of a quality brand - to those in the know.
Primal's range of t-shirts feature a slightly relaxed fit that lies close to the body's natural lines without being too constructive.
For further information refer to the sizing guide below.
- 100% cotton
Primal was founded in 1992 by 'real' cyclists. It's an ethos they maintain today: every employee must be a passionate and positive cyclist - but not necessarily a hugely talented one! Their primary aim is to create clothes for cyclists that not only work perfectly, but also look unique, beautiful and full of character.
Their design department is famous in the cycling world, constantly creating ambitious new looks but never allowing style to overwhelm substance. Whilst they are amongst the biggest cycling clothing companies in the world, they stand out by remaining human, approachable and flexible. They go out of their way to avoid becoming a corporate behemoth focused on 'peddling not pedalling'. It's a great approach.
Their Global Headquarters is in Denver, Colorado (lucky them!), but they have been growing within Europe for several years now, and their UK team is fully focused on what is a new market for them. We are hoping to grow with them.
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