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Most comfortable & rugged shirt Ive ever owned
I have purchased 5 of these shirts over the years. They are the perfect combination of comfortable & rugged. I can go to the office & look nice or chop wood or do demo & the shirt stays looking good & holds up to any extreme wear situation. Right me very large, order 1-2 sizes smaller than your normal shirt size.
I think it was a personal preference; the shirt seemed to have a large collar and seemed bulky on me. Patagonia fleeces in M fit me perfectly as do other shirts. Anyway, really liked the piece just not the fit. Also I kind of like having the Patagonia label not so in front of the face which I overlooked when I purchased. Love your gear, clothes and... Read More products. Love your mission. Keep it up.
wears great, but odd differences between colors
i have an older brownish shirt, and bought a second one in blue. the only misfire on the new one is that it only has one set of buttons on the cuff, rather than two on the older shirt. the cuff is so large that without the second set of buttons that its too loose and gets in the way. the fit
Hi Kurt, we recently had to remove some of the Men's Farrier's Work Shirts from our inventory due to the issue with the second set of buttons that were missing on the sleeve. We'll reach out to you directly to help you get a free replacement.
Best shirt Ive ever worn
While trying to update my daily fall/winter long sleeve shirts I came across the Farrier Shirt. It is hands down the most comfortable and functional shirt I now own. Regardless if I am in the office, on the shop floor or in the forrest this will be my new go to. Excellent job.
Best quality shirts I've ever owned.
Just bought 3 more. Heavyweight and rugged BUT remarkably comfortable and I don't overheat indoors! They didn't cut corners. The shirt buttons don't stretch apart at the chest, the sleeves are long enough to reach my wrist in any position, unrestricted range of motion, and when I lift my hands over my head my midsection doesn't ... Read Moreshow! Metal buttons, double stitched seams, and hemp fabric are good signs that this shirt will last for years. Noticeably better quality than my NorthFace or Columbia button ups and I could immediately see and feel the difference. Worth the extra money. Perfect for fall yard-work, fishing, working in the garage, hiking, or even wearing to my casual office job. I have no doubt these shirts will last for years. Makes me dislike every other button up shirt I own. Hemp may be my new favorite fabric. The XL size runs a bit larger than my TNF & Columbia brands which is great because it means it will still fit comfortably after I wash it. I love these shirts.
The only flannel shirt I'll ever need
All flannel shirts or anything close to it are getting donated. I'll only need this red / black plaid version and maybe one more. I'm done with everything else. Patagonia will have lost their minds if they stop making this shirt. Note: I am a True Large and the large fit me like a circus tent. Medium was perfect
Farrier Work Shirt Reconsideration
Well, Patagonia has been taken over by a new product guru. The shirt is okay, the buttons are small and made for a Russian ballerina, the material is weird; soft but somewhat confusingly inept about keeping you warm or cold (okay cool). I can remember back when Patagonia offered Fall Catalog of shirts that were just right in every way.
Just received and I'm already in love. The fabric is much softer than I would expect for a work shirt, and the sewing is superb. I like the metal buttons since I find snaps are usually too small and hard to close. Again, perfectly tailored and my compliments to the sewer -- the seams are perfect and sturdy. I got the blue and the color is gorg... Read Moreeous -- I'll have to force myself to wait before ordering the red/fire.
Very comfortable but hate the buttons!
Really like this shirt! It did take me 3 tries to get it right. I initially ordered the Stone Blue in large (Im 5 10, 210lbs). It was HUGE! So I exchanged it and changed my mind on the color; got the Dark Ash in medium. Lovely looking shirt, but the medium was very snug, so back to the large I guess. Uggh!!! Patagonia only exchanges 1x, so had to r... Read Moreeturn the shirt for a refund then re-order in large again. For whatever reason the Dark Ash in large wasnt as huge as the Stone Blue one?!?! Weird. At any rate, its very comfortable & of course well made (love Patagonias build-quality). The reason for the 4 stars are the buttons. OMG!!! The buttons are much too small (unless your a hobbit I guess???). Then the button-holes are too small for the already too small buttons. You almost need pliers to get the tiny little buttons into the undersized button-holes! I mean I guess a larger button would impact the look a little bit, but man! At least make the buttons a little thicker so there is something to grip. I felt like I was going to have bloody fingers by the time I got it buttoned up. Maybe the button holes will stretch a bit with time, but maybe fine-tune that detail designers!
Hi Todd! Thanks for taking the time to give us your feedback on the buttons, we'll pass it along to the design team.
Burly and Weird
This shirt is a half-step below a denim jacket. Its thicc, stout, grumpy-get-off-my-lawn, thinks youre a baby, tough. I love it. What I dont love is the strange tailoring that has seemed to plague Patagonia for as long as I can remember. Tailoring that doesnt work with movement. Its getting weird at this point that it hasnt been remedied. Raise... Read More your hands above your head and the hem seems to somehow multiply that movement by some demonic factor to leave your plumbers crack waving to the world. Reach down in front of you and the seams seem to be stretching to their limit across anything resembling broad shoulders. The fit is not meant for me, and Patagonia clothing just doesnt seem to work the way I would hope for me, but it is a dope jacket/shirt that appears to be ready for abuse and use.
This is a large
Im a classic medium. But I look like a child in this medium. Planning on returning it, just havent had time. I love Patagonia more than any other brand, but your designs and fit are mostly terrible these days, which makes me sad. If it was 50% better it would be all I wear. The wool shirt I have from you is a medium also, and fits well. WTF?
Hey Nick, thanks for the review on the Farrier's Work Shirt. We're really sorry to hear that you've experienced some trouble with size consistency, and we've shared your feedback with the rest of the team. One thing to note is we do offer regular, slim and relaxed fits. This particular shirt is relaxed which could be why it felt extra large on you. If you haven't already, you're welcome to begin a return or exchange for a smaller size [here](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Fall is Farrier shirt weather
The only size small shirt I own, so guidance was accurate. Hemp fabric is stiffer than any flannel, but its a nice weight and feel. Second year Ive worn this, feel qualified to review. Good layer over t-shirt or light technical shirt. Pocket buttons over phone-nice! Retired, so no one cares if I wear this every day. I suspect Ill be wearing this fo... Read Morer many seasons.
Overall great shirt. Very comfortable, and fit is good. My only feedback/comment would be that the shirt needs to have a collar roll/buttons. Collar buttons are a very common feature on work-type shirts (Carhartt, LL Bean, etc.) as it allows you to move around and be active will maintaining a professional collar, especially if you are not ironing t... Read Morehe shirt before every use. This is the one feature I think this shirt needs to be perfect.
Super High Quality and A Medium thats TRULY Medium
I cant say enough good about this shirt. I have bought 2 other colors of it since. The design and overall construction is unmatched, in my personal experience. This was my first dive into Patagonia and I am sold. I have since went on to purchase sweatshirts, fjord flannels, pants and even some shorts. I appreciate much about Patagonia, specifically... Read More to me the sizing and quality. I am 39 and about 5ft 9in and 195lb. To have a Mens Medium fit me as good as Patagonia does it, means everything to me. For me Large is always hair to big and Small is way too small (in any brand) so to have a Medium be more of a Larger Medium is exceptional. I highly recommend this shirt. Love the quick shipping too. Thank you
Great Yard Work Shirt
The material feels durable yet soft to the skin. It will wear well over time and it's not a shirt you don't mind getting dirty. It is part of a Patagonia trend to widen out the middle on it's "work" apparel. I wish they wouldn't make these and their other workwear so barrel chested. The traditional Patagonia fit is fo... Read Morer the mountain athlete and this fits more like a Sunday Beer League shirt.
Outstanding Work Shirt
Forget the price. These Farrier work shirts are wonderful. In the left pocket I carry a mask. In the left tool pocket I carry a Streamlight. In the right tool pocket I carry a pen. In the right pocket I carry a iPhone plus. These shirts are warm in the winter and wearable most days in the summer. They have stood up very well to heavy use. I have re... Read Morequested Patagonia to make a short sleeve Farrier version as well with no response from Patagonia.
Awesome Denim-esque jacket
As with most Patagonia gear, I move down in my normal size. I am usually a Large in every other brand. The Medium fits how I like it - closer to the body, more of slim fit. Not big enough for a jacket underneath, only enough for a thermal or a t-shirt. Great though, more grey/black than black. Seems well-built and made to last.
Patagonina's big/small dilemma
As with other Relaxed fit shirts from Patagonia, there is too much room in the body, but not enough room in the shoulders and sleeves. Small through the top and big through the bottom seems to be the way they are cutting shirts the last couple of years. I had to return two of them. Other than the way they are cut, they were fine enough shirts.
Hey Jon, thank you so much for leaving us a review on the Farrier's Work Shirt. We've taken your feedback and have passed it along to the appropriate team members for further review. In the meantime, if you'd like measurements to get a preview of how something would fit, feel free to reach out to customer service [here](https://help.patagonia.com/s/).
Inconsistent sizing which is too bad.
Bought the hickory stripe when these first came out. Medium fit me like a glove, very happy. Sleeve length was perfect. Cloth was a little stiff but will break in just fine. Bought the navy medium since I like the first one so much. Much longer in body length plus the sleeves need 2 rolls of the cuff to fit. Cloth is much softer more like flannel.... Read More Worry that this one wont last as long. Should have returned the second, but didnt ran it through wash and hot dry, minimal shrinkage. Now stuck with oversized shirt that doesnt fit right. Weird because Ive worn a medium in Patagonia for well over 15 years. Too bad companys quality control on sizing is slipping.
Hi Gerard, we're sorry that the sizing of the Navy shirt is off. Please feel free to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it under warranty even if you have already washed it so you can get refunded for it and order a new one if you'd like.
Great shirt for work
I purchased this shirt for tree trimming work and other tasks. I am 5'11" and about 200 lbs. I purchased the medium size because the previous reviews stated that they run larger. It is true, I am usually a Large but the Medium fits perfectly. Shoulders have enough room to work comfortably and the tail is just long enough to cover pant wai... Read Morest when you are working above your head. Also, the style looks good and I have worn it out casually.
Large means large
Despite my limited verticality, I normally order large shirts to accommodate my shoulders and chest, and that normally works out just fine. In this case that was ill-advised - and when Patagonia says relaxed fit they mean it. Fortunately, they make exchanges super easy, so Im replacing my beautifully made, delightfully soft, handsome blue size L Fa... Read Morerrier shirt with an M of the same description. In this case, when in doubt order down; that may well apply to anything described as relaxed fit.
Great shirt, it does run large. Order a size smaller like they have stated.
Normally I wear medium sizes with clothes but these definitely need to be sized down. I purchased small and it fits great. With that aside this is a wonderful shirt! Id love to see a version with sleeve tabs and a dark brown or even light brown option. Get. This. Shirt. I spent countless hours looking for a canvas shirt and this was the closest t... Read Morehing I could find and it does amazingly.
Love this Shirt!
This is a really good alternative to flannel shirts, with a different weave, look, and feel. Warmth and softness is very much the same, but has a different look, not so much like a "camping" shirt as flannel, a bit more style. Pockets are great, can put my iPhone in easily even in leather cover. Also has pen/pencil pocket opening so flap ... Read Moredoes not have to be opened to get pen in/out. Have a feeling it will wear a long, long time and planning on getting more to add to the two I have.
Ready for Work
I am 5,6 and have a medium build chest wise 38 ish and I ordered a small. Definitely was the right call fits great other then the sleeves they are a touch long but roll up great (nothing a tailor couldnt fix). Overall the material is tough but not rough on the skin. I use this weekly in a CNC shop coolant and heavy metal dirt washes out just fine. ... Read MoreIt is a bit heavier keep that in mind. I will be ordering the short sleeve work shirts next as the weather warms up.
Nice shirt. Cool design.
This is a great shirt and becoming a favorite among my other Patagonia shirts and casual wear. My only complaint is that even in a size small (my Patagonia size) it fits too long over the torso. Im 59 and athletic build/thin; cant believe it when even a Mens Small feels too big?! Would be perfect if 1-2 shorter at the hem (arm length is generous - ... Read Morewhich I like).
Tough work shirts, but sizing is difficult
I wear these shirts on a weekly basis as a carpenter, and they hold up really well. Flexible but tough fabric, comfortable all day, sleeves rolled up or buttoned down. Subtle style for client meetings. Buttons are metal, never at risk for snapping in half while hauling materials. Safe to say these are the last work shirts I'll be buying for a ... Read Morewhile. While the pros are endless, just two cons worth mentioning: Metal buttons on cuffs will mare finished painted surfaces. And sizing consistency seems off - my green and blue shirts are a full 1.0'-1.5" longer in the sleeve and torso than the "hickory stripe" color, all size small, all washed identically.
Outstanding Work Shirt
Usually, I wear a XL but in the Patagonia Farrier, L is the correct size for me. I WISH these shirts were made as short sleeve shirts too. The Farrier is warm, and has mini pocket places for a pen, and a Streamlight flashlight too. I carry a Covid mask in the left regular pocket and an iPhone Pro in the right regular pocket. The pockets are deep an... Read Mored have button down cover flaps. The Farrier is well made and worth the $100 per shirt they cost. I cannot find any other brand of shirt that matches the quality, and functionality of the Patagonia Farrier shirt.
Super soft and very well made
I originally bought a small, hoping for a fitted look but the shoulders felt a bit snug. I sent it back for a M and Im happy Ill be able to add a layer underneath for hikes and cool weather bike rides. The fabric is heavy duty yet super soft, like light flannel meets linen... glad I finally bought this shirt after eyeing it for a few years.
Good Fabric Bad Fit
I wonder if this would shrink to a reasonable size in the wash but I will return it before finding out. The small was too small and this Medium is way too big in the arms and around the torso. I wonder if the chest pockets puff out after some use? Seems like it could be a problem too. The fabric feels perfect though. Soft and strong. (Usually I wea... Read Morer a Large or a Medium shirt. 5'11 180lbs)
Will last for years
Fit is on the large side, in length especially, but this provides plenty of room and coverage during vigorous work activities. Buttons are great, material seems indestructible and, while not a flannel, provides decent warmth while layering. Originally ordered a large, felt it was too long and exchanged it for a medium. The medium was better in body... Read More and sleeve length but strangely the torso felt extremely tight compared to the large. It felt like a jumped down two sizes and was very constricting. I exchanged the M back for a L again and feel much better about it. The length isn't a deal breaker and I will probably order another.
Works hard, lasts forever
I wear these shirts every day for hard foundry work. They are by far the longest lasting shirts Ive found, with the exception of the buttons. I sew a button back on every once in a while but otherwise Ive been continually impressed. I bought some when they first came out and they ran very large, but the ones I bought recently are true to size with ... Read Moreroom to move (I still wear the originals but decided to add to the rotation). Well done
Measured all my body according to the guide, still got the wrong size.
We're sorry to hear that our size guide was not helpful. The Farrier Shirt is a "relaxed" fit design, and you may prefer our "slim" or "regular" fitting styles. Please don't hesitate to return your purchase to our Patagonia stores or reach out to our Customer Service team for [help](https://www.patagonia.ca/customer-service.html).
Replaced an 80s era Pati canvas work shirt. Had to size up (due to the effects of gravity, age and contemporary sizing) in order to have the same loose fit. Pockets are actually large enough to be useful and the separate pen sleeves are a useful addition. Hope this one lasts a long as the last one!
keep the old, own the new...
The Farrier shirt exceeded my expectation on the first wearing. Great fit and details. I am a long time Patagonia customer since 1983. I have a 28 year old "stand-up" canvas cotton shirt in "sage". I originally bought for my Father. The old shirt has been a favorite for outdoor work, and the last few years in the winter, I hav... Read Moree used it in my woodshop. I decided I needed to try the Farrier not to replace, but add to my choices for the week. Fantastic details, strong fabric that will save me from abrasion as I handle rough stock and floor tool collisions as I move around the shop.
Not worth it.
These shirts have seam issues. They come undone at the seams as if there was not enough fabric for the stitch to bite into. I have purchased two; they both have the same issue on different parts of the shirt. I would probably avoid buying it until the manufacturing process is improved. Other than that, both were my favorite shirts for month I owned... Read More them. Disappointment to say say the least.
Hello Ryan, we're truly sorry to hear about the seam issues you've been having with both of your shirts. That should not be happening so please feel free to send them in for a [free repair or a warranty return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html). Your feedback has been passed along to our Design Team.
A Patagonia Classic: Great Value in a Durable Work Shirt
After pruning, chain sawing, etc for a year in my first one, I just purchased a second Farrier for casual wear, as I consider this a new Patagonia classic (coming from a guy who has three decades experience with Patagonia and three jackets going past two decades). Once it's broken in over pints in the pubs, etc., then it joins me in the yard! ... Read MoreRe: the sizing confusion in the Reviews, I find the fit guide is accurate for the Medium in terms of 38-40 size and 34 sleeve, but even for a guy with a 35 inch waist (me), the torso is very roomy. I would prefer two inches less width, albeit, the garment still hangs well on my torso.
Perfect work shirt
I'm 6' 1", 195 lbs and after reading reviews was uncertain if the product ran large on the size. So I ordered 2 (small and medium). After trying on both, I'd say its pretty standard with other Patagonia gear. I preferred the medium. Small was way too tight. Unless you're looking to show off muscles. The shirt is comfortabl... Read Moree, very durable and warm. I wear it in the fall months as well. Breaks the wind nicely and has pockets for gear I like having on me. Highly recommend!
Roomy and warm
I was looking for a durable and warm work shirt while working in the yard and also for casual use. I found it. Deep and wide front pockets. Sleeve length is perfect. I'm 6' tall and about 155 lbs and the large was perfect. I like shirts that are not tight fitting. I live in Northern New York and this will be a great winter shirt. I really... Read More like the dark ash color. My first hemp shirt and it won't be my last. Has a softer feel compared with my canvas shirts. Not as stiff and easier to move around in. I highly recommend it.
Interesting "hard fabric and vintage feeling design in the striped farrier shirt.
The striped farrier shirt fabric is thick and solid and feels like it's very firmly woven. The other work shirts are softer and drape more easily. The site is very poor at explaining the dramatic differences between the fabrics. I bought the farrier's work shirt, and then later I got another different solid color work shirt and thought ... Read Morethe fabrics would have the same texture. I was seeking that same texture in a different color and was disappointed that the second shirt didn't have the firm, rugged tactile sense of the farrier's shirt. They are so different that they should be far better differentiated on the web site. I was under the impression they would be similar shirts. They are not. I don't want to say the other shirts are inferior. Not at all. They are excellent shirts, but too different to use the same name or be lumped together with the farrier's shirt.
Soft and Durable
Bought this shirt on a whim for work. Now i want all the colors. It is large so i put it over a T shirt. It is soft, but durable as are all Patagonia products. I could be a walking advertisement some days. This shirt and a rain coat (Torrentshell) will be my go to uniform for work in the Pacific Northwest this year. And I will look good at horse ba... Read Morern.
Recommend Sizing Down
I'm 5'11" and 170lbs. Consistently a medium in Patagonia gear, but the small fits me well. Recommend the same advice others have shared, size down if you're looking for a more tailored fit. Great piece, comfortable and warm, and chest pockets have ample space. Can easily fit a large mobile phone (Galaxy S10) with room to spare.
DO NOT SIZE UP
I should not listen to most of the reviews here about go down a size or two. WRONG. If you are a decent size person not having chopstick arms and flat chest, stick with your true size. I wear large and go down to Medium because of most reviews whining about how this shirt so big. I cannot even button my chest and sleeve has zero room to move.
Hi Minseok. We're really sorry that this actually ended up being too tight. Please feel free to return it for a refund and purchase a size up if you'd like. We're also always happy to email you any item's measurements chart so you can feel more confident about your next purchase.
My new favorite shirt
I bought this shirt several months ago and immediately realized it was one of the best shirts I have ever owned. It is well-made, sturdy, fits well, and looks great. After wearing the first one for several months I bought a second in a different color. These will last for years and hold up to rough use.
My go-to shirt for work
Working in a ski and bike shop, our clothes tend to take a beating. For years I worked in the Fjord flannels, but they were sometimes too warm. The Farrier doesn't run as hot, looks good and has become my favorite shirt Patagonia makes. Own 3 and will absolutely buy a few more.
Most pleased with this purchase. Long been a fan of hemp back to the very first clothing items Patagonia offered using it. ’96 or so? Always preferred natural fabrics: 100% hemp, org cotton, linen, wool and or blends of these. Stopped by the Portland store more expressly to try this. Felt the notably substantial yet still surprisingly soft material... Read More and found myself directly rethinking things. Actual garments measurements of the size M purchased ~~> 23” pit to pit, 19” shoulder seam to shoulder seam and 25” from the shoulder seam to the end of cuff. As I happen to have longer arms the fit’s correct and satisfying for this frame. Full latitude to layer underneath or not depending on the temp and how hard I happen to expect to be working. Showing the greatest of care I was able to remove the more prominent branding and not damage the shirt in the least. The ‘ink black’ I find more of a dark grey or charcoal. Now I’m seeing the dark ash or alder green, one of these coming toward me.
Comfortable, heavy, strong, but large
I'm 5'10", 155lbs. I usually pivot between size S and M in shirts of this nature, but usually size S in Patagonia. They are just within the limits of not being too small. But this shirt ran very large. It's easily a Medium+ in size compared to any other button down shirt in my closet, be they Patagonia or not. I love the fabric... Read More. The weave is attractive, the blue color very sharp, and the stitching and buttons feel top notch. I'd probably wear it everyday if it didn't swallow me. Unfortunately, it's usually worn under a jacket or in an informal outdoor environment when not in public.
Like they say, fits large--as in the men's medium fits me fine and I usually wear a large or large tall. One more thing, the shoulder/upper-chest panels are cut on the bias, which is great for ease and looks good in the dark ash and alder. However I returned one in hickory stripe--in real life the shoulder stripes at a diagonal look much like ... Read Morea "western" shirt. Okay if that's what you like. Great shirts.
Good fit and feel
5’ 9” 145lbs size Small fit perfect. Exactly what I was looking for in a flannel type shirt. Surprisingly soft feel. Can be tucked in when needed but probably not the right cut for all day wear tucked in. Quality of material and craftsmanship is worth the money- very nice! You wont be disappointed.
Excellent shirt. Sleeves a bit long for me
This shirt rates up there with my best/favorite shirts ive collected over the years, a plurality of which are Patagonia which never seem to wear out. This shirt will outlast me, only nit is sleeve length about 2" too long. I can fold up the cuff & its right, but it _almost_ bugged me enough to exchange. Thought M would be too confining so ... Read Morei kept the L. Otherwise perfect
Great work shirt
Pros: This is a great work shirt. Very robust and ready for a honest days work. Cons: It is a touch short for my body type but that is a me problem not a shirt problem. If you have a long trunk then maybe buy the next size up. My wish: They made this shirt in Blaze Orange so I could wear it at safety sites or while out in the woods during huntin... Read Moreg season.
More of these
I bought the denim version of this shirt a few months ago and loved it so much that I went looking for another color - green this time. I wear the farrier as both a shirt and as a jacket. According to my wife, if I got a few more colors I wouldn't need anything else for daily wear. Feels good. Looks great. No need to tuck it in. Very versatile... Read More. Love it. I usually wear medium/large, and the medium farrier shirt fits me perfectly at 6'1", 165lbs.
All my shirts are large. This one is like an xxxxlarge. Looks like I’m wearing a tent. I won’t wear this.
We are sorry to hear that this ran too big on you. Since you don't see yourself wearing this, we highly encourage you to [send](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return) this back to us. Thanks for providing some feedback on this.
A high quality, durable and comfortable shirt.
I have had this shirt for almost two years now, and it has held up very well. The only issue, I have experienced so far is that one of the buttons has come loose. Overall, the shirt is very durable. It is a thick, heavy shirt. That being said, I haven't experienced any significant issues with heat retention when moving around while working. I ... Read Morewill likely be buying another one in a different color.
Solid design, looks great
Great shirt, true to size expectation. As with most Patagonia gear, solid construction. I like that this is a heavier shirt...it seems to help it keep its shape after washing’s. I never bust out an iron, so to be able to hang this up after the drier and have it look good and in wrinkled is a big deal. It looks great and deeps on looking great. I li... Read Moreked the first one so much I bought another.
Will probably last forever
Heavy duty construction without feeling like canvas. Has a soft touch but still seems like it will be indestructible. Folks, they are not kidding when they say it is a roomy fit. I'm a very large mammal and I can wear a flannel underneath this shirt while maintaining a loose fit. My new favorite cool weather shirt.
Got this for my husband as a gift and he loves it - wore it right away. It seems to run a bit larger than the Fjord Flannel as the M was a perfect fit for him in this one but a little tight in the Fjord (5'11", 190ish). Looks great on, nice heavy fabric, seems like it'll last a long time!!
Favorite all-purpose shirt!
This is a great shirt for both around the house on the weekends and still looks sharp enough for wearing to a normal office-type job if your office is always on the cooler side much like mine is. Only detractors are the buttons are coated and will wear a different color underneath than the coating, which can look a bit odd, and the stitching on my ... Read Morefirst one had a lot of stray threads leftover from production, nothing that detracted from the look, feel or function whatsoever.
Button Hole Stitching Pulling Out
I love this shirt! I wear it like a light jacket sometimes layered over a hoodie. For the most a part very well built and durable shirt. However, the stitching around several button holes has partially pulled out, allowing the fabric to fray and leaving a loop of threads inside the hole. This makes unbuttoning the shirt quite difficult because the ... Read Morebutton gets caught on the loop of thread and you have to untangle it. I think the holes are too small or the edges of the metal buttons are too sharp... or a combination of the two causing this to happen. I am sending it in for repairs.
Hi Joe! Thanks for taking the time to provide this feedback, it's truly crucial to improving products for future seasons. We're sorry to hear about the way the stitching is unraveling around the button holes. Your satisfaction is always guaranteed so if you ever need to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) you definitely can!
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