Up until last month I had never heard of the Yellowman clothing company before but once I saw their great line of athletic gear, I was hooked. Let me tell you have they have a wide variety of funky and fresh clothes to rock your work out.
I was sent the Tribal Sea Running Tee in blue to review for this post. From the moment I pulled out of the package I could tell that this was going to become one of my favorite running shirts. It is super thin and silky. It fits well but not so snug that it is uncomfortable. It also has a great little pocket in the lower back of the shirt to put your key or Ipod in.
On the first day I wore the shirt, it was really hot. In the 90’s at 4:00. I ran a few miles and even though I was definitely broke a sweat you couldn’t tell at all. The shirt does a great job at wicking away the moisture. The shirt is so light you feel like you are almost not wearing anything at all. And even though it is a tad louder than my normal wear, it’s fun, funky style gave me a little more pep in my step.
About the shirt:
Not just for running, this sport tee offers beautiful tribal art, moisture wicking fabric, UPF 50+ sun protection, and silky-soft comfort. Combine with matching armwarmers for the ultimate performance.
Yellowman YMX is having a great Facebook promotion right now. They are giving away a $300 Yoga wardrobe to one lucky Facebook fan. Just visit their Facebook page, like them and enter to win! The Facebook contest ends on 9/30.
Want to win your own Tribal Sea Tee? Yellowman YMX is giving one lucky Sunshine Praises Reader their very own shirt just like mine! Value is $69.99.
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