The only time that we might concede the inappropriateness of flannel is at weddings. More specifically, at our own weddings. As in, we're the bride or groom, and even then we're likely to at least sport a flannel pocket square or garter. Any other time, flannel is fair game even on the bike. The flannel fans at Club Ride Apparel apparently agree with us, and to prove it, we've got the Jack Flannel Jersey. The Jack is made from Dri sulate, a flannel fabric that wicks and breathes to keep you dry while providing the durability that you'd expect from anything bearing this pattern. Besides being quick drying and lightly insulating, the Dri sulate also affords UPF of 30. This fabric is shaped in to Club Ride's Comfort Fit, which is more relaxed than what you'd wear on race day but still built to wear on a bike. It's also layer able for greater versatility. You can wear it alone during fall, spring, or summer nights, or layer it with a thermal shirt or jacket during the colder months. The Jack's construction includes a few additional thoughtful details. Underarm vents help keep you from overheating, and the zippered pockets on the chest and back include media ports so you can jam tunes on your ride without worrying about any unfortunate smartphone vs. asphalt incidents. The proprietary RideLight reflective elements help keep you visible in low light conditions. The Club Ride Apparel Jack Flannel Jersey Long Sleeve Men's is available in five sizes ranging from Small to XX Large in the colors Harvest Plaid, Odyssey Plaid, Raven Plaid, and Royal Plaid.