Retailers sought to carry ethical clothing label's product

Whackjob to pass pre-order requests to local shops

Devon clothing label Whackjob is seeking retailers in the mountain bike world and will be forwarding orders of its new ‘Flow’ shirt to retailers within the customer’s postcode.

According to Whackjob, consumer response to the new design has been so strong that they are now being asked for pre-order details from the public.

“Since announcing the imminent arrival of Flow on our Facebook page, we have already received numerous requests for stockist information from consumers wanting to pre-order. It’s been an amazing response,” says MD Joel Teague.

“The product is available from mid-August and we would like to give retailers the opportunity to capitalise on this demand by being among the first in the UK to stock the product. We will pass all pre-order requests received from any given area to the nearest retailer and help drive new customers into their shops.”

Made from ethically sourced and technical materials such as bamboo and organic cotton, these Fairwear Foundation and Soil Association Organic Standard approved garments are available to order now with a mid-August delivery.

The Flow trail tee is designed to be worn on and off the bike and is priced at £26, including a female specific cut version. The Flow jersey has an retail price of £35, with the hoodies coming in at £38.

All stockist enquiries should be directed to Kate Ryley at Whackjob on 01395 220075, or you can visit the ‘Become a Reseller’ page on the Whackjob website at

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