Rated5out of5byDrStevefromFit and comfortI work in an office setting but in a field-oriented profession. This shirt is what I call outdoor professional style. I can wear it to the office, but have no problems heading out for an adventure with it. Travel, office, field, it works in all circumstances. I like that it is cut for a fit build. I am tall but fit. Most shirts are either too tight around the shoulders (Med) or blousy at the waist (Lg). I use a medium here, and it fits beautifully. I like to wear it untiucked, and it lays agains my waist just right. The material feels great against my skin, and moderates my temperature nicely.
Date published: 2013-09-26
Rated5out of5byKuhl GuyfromQuality you want to wearThis shirt is very comfortable and provides awesome protection from the sun. I wear it every week and want to buy a long sleeve for the fall/winter seasons. The zippered pockets/vents on the chest are very nice and discreet. I'm wide in the chest and it fits well without feeling tight or restrictive. Plus you can wear it out somewhere nice and feel fine in it.
Date published: 2013-07-31
Rated4out of5byMr AdamsfromComfortable Versatile ShirtHave worn the shirt hiking and camping (three nights tent/car camping) and found it to be comfortable, functional (zipper pockets are useful), and suitable for summer. Also worn it casually on weekends around the city. I am generally not a fan of poly-cotton blends but found this fabric and pattern to be great.
Date published: 2013-07-28
Rated4out of5byLuke Da DukefromGreat shirt but not worth the $$$This shirt is decent (I purches the sira gray) I dont like the color and quite frankly, though the shirt is well made, I don't see the justification in the price tag. Also the color is too dull for me (The other colors, Blue & Orange, looked too flashy..) I just dont think the shirt looks good on me, like I said too dull.
Date published: 2013-07-04
Rated1out of5byDanodenverfromBig disappointment!This was a big disappointment! I expected more from Arc'teryx. The sleeves are long and quite fat, meaning my arms look small in them. In addition, the logo on the back is in orange while the shirt is gray/green. It really stands out. I don't mind a logo on a product, but it shouldn't compete with the design.
Date published: 2013-07-01
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