Buffalo Active Lite Shirt (long-term review)

A good choice for Gravel Cycliing


prod_active_lite_shirt_slate-565x785The Buffalo Active Lite Shirt comes from one of the main proponents of the DP, pertext-and-pile, clothing system.  Based in Shefield, UK their clothing is based around a Pertex outer layer over a pile inner layer and has a well-regarded status.  This clothing system requires a different mind-set when compared to a membrane shell-based clothing system – most notably, none of their garments contain a water-proof membrane and as a result you run the risk of getting ‘wet’, but I won’t be discussing this aspect of their clothing.  This is what Buffalo say about the smock:

A milder weather alternative to the Mountain Shirt, when less insulation but maximum wicking is required. PForm shell fabric with its technical unique weave gives a highly breathable and windproof performance making this garment ideal for low level hill walking and trekking, climbing, mountain biking, running and general outdoor activities.  This garment works most…

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As I sit here at the computer nursing a broken hand after a wee tumble over the bars yesterday I decided to start another blog
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