Hickory Long Sleeve Button Logger Shirt

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575.47 XLR
575.47 XLR


KEY for Business

Interested in bulk ordering or customizing this product? KEY for Business offers apparel for your workwear and office wear needs.


To get the most effective performance, look to the KEY Logger Long Sleeve Button Hickory Shirt. Built to last using a rugged, denim fabric with double needle stitching, all of our men's work shirts offer durable design. Double adjustable cuffs and two chest pockets with the left pencil slot add convenience, while the relaxed fit and pleated back yoke provide comfort. Reliability, comfort and convenience are KEY.

  • 100% Cotton, 9 oz Denim Fabric
  • Relaxed Fit
  • Button Front Closure
  • Double Button Adjustable Cuff with Finished Doughouse Placket
  • Two Chest Pockets with Mitered Flaps / Left with Pencil Slot
  • Banded Collar
  • Double Needle Stitching
  • Pleated Back Yoke

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  • 5
    Much better constructed than I expected

    Posted by Jim Brickson on Sep 16th 2021

    Rough and ready

  • 5
    Excellent Shirt

    Posted by Mike Blake on Jun 8th 2021

    I'm 6'4", 245 lbs and long armed. These (bought 3) fit me perfectly. The fabric is heavyweight, not that lightweight stuff. Even better then the old Ben Davis shirts we bought 30 years ago....

  • 5
    Very Satisfied

    Posted by David E. Duecker on May 27th 2021

    Shirt was just what I wanted; in addition, I have received complements

  • 5
    Logger Shirt

    Posted by Jeremy Raby on Mar 23rd 2021

    We cut a lot of hedge and honey locust, this shirt saves your hide.

  • 5
    tuff shirt heavy material well made

    Posted by David Cameron on Mar 23rd 2021

    very fast shipping, will buy from again.

  • 5
    Excellent...just excellent.

    Posted by Steven M Hewitt on Nov 30th 2020

    I'm impressed with Key Brand's offerings. I wore their bib overalls for years, and now happily wear their jeans. These shirts are excellent. Be prepared for it to take decades for them to wear down and be flimsy, as the fabric is thick and stiff, rather like a welding shirt. Still, they're comfortable and well worth the price. The only thing I'd change would be to give them much larger breast hold all those bits and bobs that seem to turn up throughout the day. Still, a damned nice shirt.

  • 4
    Great shirt

    Posted by Dana on Nov 30th 2020

    Had one of these 51 years ago. Great than great now.

  • 5
    Hickory long sleeve logger shirt

    Posted by Walter Lynn on Nov 4th 2020

    Exceptional quality; double stitch on all seems with heavyweight material. Fits perfectly.

  • 5
    Super shirt

    Posted by Sterling Messer on Oct 29th 2020

    This Key Logger shirt is a throwback to the 1950's and 60's! I used this same shirt working in the woods in the 60's. It will stand up to hard work and rough condition for years. I'm going to buy several more before they disappear. I didn't think this type of real work wear was available any more.

  • 5
    One Tough Shirt

    Posted by John on Sep 10th 2020

    Break this in and you will have something. I can wear this outside working or to the office with jeans. I am 6', 180 lbs. and got size medium tall. It runs a little big so you can shrink it to fit or go a size down. This shirt looks good and should last a long time. I like it.

  • 5
    Hickory Long Sleeve Button Logger Shirt

    Posted by Nathaniel Siddall on Aug 13th 2020

    Excellent outdoor work shirt. Very heavy and stiff fabric—feels something like an Army surplus duffel bag. Great protection against insects, brambles, flying debris. Surprisingly comfortable. In hot weather, when shirt is drenched in sweat, it doesn't stick like a lighter weight shirt, so is actually more comfortable. Highly recommended for tough work environments, but not for indoor or casual wear. About the fit: I'm 5-9, 160 lbs, fairly broad in shoulders and chest. With most brands size M is constrictive around the chest. But L often has sleeves too long. I ordered L with this shirt, and out of the box it was way too big. But after a hot water wash it had shrunk considerably, sleeves were two inches shorter, and it fit perfectly—comfortably baggy around the torso, but with perfect length sleeves. Cuffs will slip over my hands without unbuttoning. I was so pleased with this shirt that I ordered a bunch more lighter weight cotton shirts from Key, in size L. They are also very nice, but sadly, they didn't shrink as much in the wash, and the sleeves are all still too long.