The Shirt Shuttle from Firebox keeps creasing at bay

For someone that loves cycling, and yet likes to look smart every now and again, it is frustrating to not be able to wear a shirt.  Turning up in a wrinkly  sweaty shirt is not the look anyone needs to have after a cycle, so i have been on the hunt for a bag that would help solve this problem and yet keep my shirt wrinkle free.

Shirt Shuttle MK2

The Shirt Shuttle seems to do this.  The water proof and hard shell helps keep elements at bay, whilst not putting too much pressure on the shirt inside and creasing it like mad.
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Here are the basic steps to folding and packing your shirt with the Shirt Shuttle.

Step 1: insert folding board Step 2: Make cloncertina folds on sleeves Step 3: Fold bottom of shirt up Step 4: Flip the clip down
Insert the folding board lip under the shirt collar
Make three concertina folds on the shirt sleeve
Fold the bottom of the shirt up to meet the bottom of the folding board
Flip the clip back down to keep the folded shirt in place

The shirt Shuttle is available from Firebox, and I cant wait to try it out.

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