T-Lab: Tourmalet t-shirt
For those who follow the yellow jersey, here's a t shirt for cycling fans with a classic French hill climb theme.
Our latest T-lab yellow men's graphic tee for cyclists.
Our Tourmalet shirt is inspired by the legendary Col du Tourmalet cycling climb in the French Pyrenees. Topping out at 2,115 metres, Tourmalet is one of the most famous climbs on the Tour de France, having been included more than any other pass.
Depending on your direction, Tourmalet is a 17-19km climb, with an average gradient of 7.4%. The steeper parts – reaching up to 11.5% – come at the end of the climb. Then you can claim your Col du Tourmalet stamp from the little shop at the top.
Screen printed onto soft 100% cotton, Tourmalet is also available in blue - see separate listing.
If you are looking for thoughtful and carefully designed gifts for cyclists, also take a look at our best selling Peloton, Ventoux, Stelvio, Velo Star, Paris Roubaix and RoadRider men's tops.
Inspired by art, design, sport and popular culture. T-lab shirts are designed by a small creative team in Rutland and screen printed in Nottingham.
As a small family-run business, T-lab is committed to making quality clothing that is made to last – we do not support fast fashion. Our products are produced in limited quantities in well-managed and responsibly-run operations.
We support our local communities by designing, printing and embroidering all of our clothing here in the UK and consciously try and minimise our carbon footprint.
Available as a one colour print onto a yellow t shirt.
Available in Small, Medium, Large or XL.
Soft 100% cotton classic fit yellow t shirt. One colour screen print.
T-lab shirts wash and wear very well.
Machine wash at 40°. Do not tumble dry.
Designed in Rutland, printed in Nottingham, England.
Width (W): underarm to underarm.
Length (L): front collar to bottom.
Small - W 18.5ins, 46cms. L 25.5 ins, 64cms.
Medium - W 20ins, 50cms. L 26ins, 65cms.
Large - W 22ins, 54cms. L 26.5ins,66 cms.
XL - W 23.5ins, 58cms. L 27.5ins, 69 cms.