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Posted: 7 December 2004

Exclusive Runner's World cotton T-Shirt and Visor - Magnificent quality - a great stocking filler at just £9.99.

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Isn't it a bit ridiculous that they don't state what material(s) the t-shirt is made from?
Posted: 10/12/2004 at 19:53

For a tenner, incl visor, I'd be suprised if it was techy.
Posted: 10/12/2004 at 20:03

Who of us wants to 'buy' a cotton t-shirt though? The only times I wear cotton t's is before and after runs / races and kickin around the house.
Posted: 10/12/2004 at 20:32

There you go then Moe, you answered your own question.

Posted: 10/12/2004 at 21:00

I wear cotton t shirts for training, am I weird? :-)
Posted: 10/12/2004 at 21:10

........... but you would'ave thought they would of thought of it first! If they are techie and they had stated that fact they would all ready be gone! If they are I'd buy one................ It'll be interesting to see how quick they sell out if by chance thats the case, but your probably right Dodge.

I remember I talked all me club mates into entering the Grim last year on the promise of a techie shirt and the skinflints at Nike went cotton!................ hardly suprising after the way they got stung the year before I suppose!

Posted: 10/12/2004 at 21:12

No Summer, your not weird, it's a bit like gilets, you can't see the sense in them until you wear one and then you buy three or four of them............. well I did :-P

On the face of it the expense seems a lot but the return in comfort is priceless.
Posted: 10/12/2004 at 21:16

was gonna ask whether techy or not
Posted: 10/12/2004 at 23:10

For a tenner i'd at least expect to get more that half a hat!
Posted: 11/12/2004 at 01:24

Picture the scene...

Christmas morning... Opening my prezzies..

Mmmmmm, a new RW T-Shirt (& Visor) with love from dear aunts Poly and Ester.

Techy indeed!!!!!!!
Posted: 11/12/2004 at 06:38

I have an adidas climacool and mizuno wicking t shirt too, but just wear old cotton t shirts as well for running, can't really tell the difference most of the time although if raining, I would prefer to wear the adidas one I think.

I don't think the T shirt RW are offering is likely to be wicking.
Posted: 11/12/2004 at 15:40

(It doesn't look so from the picture, either.)
Posted: 11/12/2004 at 15:41

Surely you would use it to pull on a friday night, not for running. Anyway, where are the XL's ?
Posted: 11/12/2004 at 21:31

£10 for a cotton T shirt I think is reasonable, atl east its ok for posing in whilst training.
Posted: 12/12/2004 at 14:04

Alex - what would you pull with it?
Posted: 12/12/2004 at 16:23

no-ones commented on the visors yet tho!!

tshirt looks fine for blobbing about in ..washed out grey black ?
Posted: 12/12/2004 at 16:25

Visors are for golfers and thats all,
If I order the t shirt you will see a visor on ebay.
Posted: 12/12/2004 at 19:23


Another runner.... Assuming I was in a position to contemplate such things which I most certainly am not!

If you are in Ritzy, how better to let the blonde with the long legs and the short skirt know that you too are a <#include chauvinist_pig.h> runner.

Posted: 12/12/2004 at 20:44

when you do 13 runs per week some of them have to be in cotton race t-shirts.
Posted: 12/12/2004 at 22:01

Visors are useful in the summer, when it's too hot to wear a cap, but you want to get some shade - having said that, I use sunglasses.
Posted: 12/12/2004 at 22:09

It is cotton. And yes I know we bang on about technical T-shirt but, go on, treat yourself to an RW cotton Tee for wearing after you've sweated into you Climacool or Dri-Fit number!!
Posted: 13/12/2004 at 10:22

Rob, How about producing one with a bit of imagination in the design, maybe with something like 'your following an RW forumite' printed on the back, you know, add some humour and fun. It's not that expensive surely?

I guess the present ones came from the mother ship across the pond?
Posted: 13/12/2004 at 17:36

We're just testing the water, so you never know...
Posted: 13/12/2004 at 17:56

The colour puts me off
Posted: 16/12/2004 at 18:58

"*Exclusive Runner's World cotton T-Shirt and Visor - Magnificent quality - a great stocking filler at just £9.99" ......

I take it the webpage has been revised to now state the material type.

I wouldnt of thought runners needed to buy tee shirts however, if you want a technical tee as a souvenier, do Rotterdam (short Sleeve Mizuno) or Milan (long sleeved Diadora)

Posted: 16/12/2004 at 21:19

T shirts great, but I am seeling the visor if anybody wants it. It is on ebay item number 7123820120
Posted: 27/12/2004 at 12:57

Both the visor and t-shirt look fine to me, it's just I've got so many it'll take me a while to 'wear them out'!

Cotton t-shirts are great for putting on top of dry fit long sleeved tops on very frosty mornings, coupled with gloves and shorts makes lovely comfy run gear!
Posted: 27/12/2004 at 15:18

Are these items still available ?
Posted: 31/12/2004 at 09:31

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