This Men's Redline Singlet was inspired by the art of Keith Haring, the New York-based graffiti and visual artist. Alive with motion, graphics, and words all done in the dynamic Haring style, we gave it an INKnBURN twist. A fun and energetic singlet that you'll enjoy wearing, as much as the people running behind you. And, maybe even help you push it to your maximum angular velocity, hit redline, and achieve your next personal best! A Club INB exclusive, with this month's offering, you can purchase as many as you want. MSRP $39.95
• Dry I.C.E. Technical Fabric (Instant Cooling by Evaporation)
• Quick Wicking of Moisture
• Vibrant Lasting Color
• Flat Seamed with Seamsoft Thread for Chafe Resistance
• 100 Mile Ultra Tested
• Made in the USA
With proper care, your INKnBURN apparel will stay vivid and vibrant for years!
Wash on Cool or Warm. Do not use a detergent that contains bleach, whiteners or brighteners! Fabric softener is fine as long as it doesn't contain a bleach or brightener as well. Our colors will stay vivid and bright for years if you avoid any type of bleach. The dryer is fine for INB apparel and you can use dryer sheets, if you like. We recommend the permanent press setting that is warm, without being too hot. If you remove your apparel from the dryer while still warm, you should never need an iron. If you do want a more pressed look, you can use a cool iron.
Please avoid washing your INB apparel with any velcro or coarse fabrics. The tiny holes, that allow our fabric to breath, will catch on materials like this and potentially snag. We can also not be responsible for damage caused by products worn over our apparel that might damage the fabric or the art on it.
I bought the Redline Club shirt for both my husband and myself. The design and who it is dedicated to is a nice story, but the little words that you can find throughout the design is the best. I love that it is a red/black singlet; I like racing in those colors and we used the singlet for the Flying Pig Marathon and got a lot of compliments. Damaris on May 14th 2016