Short Sleeve Plaid Shirt

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  • 60% Cotton/40% Polyester
  • Left Chest Pocket
  • Button Down Collar
  • Button Front

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  • 5
    Excellent product.

    Posted by Kent Wheeler on Aug 10th 2020

    Arrived as soon as expected.

  • 5
    Traditional fit sizing!

    Posted by caio crizanto on Jul 6th 2020

    Do not select this shirt based on sizing of your non-workwear brands. If so, the fit will likely be too large on you. If you normally wear workwear brands like Key, Red Kap, Carhartt, Ben Davis, etc, you can safely select your normal size. If you typically wear non-workwear shirts, definitely size down, and if you are narrorow-shouldered and want a slim athletic fit, you may need to size down two sizes -- I THINK. I originally thought Key had these shirts on clearance because they were sized down to "modern fit" and were being returned frequently by working class folks who found them too small -- I WAS WRONG. I initially purchased Large and it was too large. (I typically wear Large in non-workwear shirts and Medium in workwear). I later purchased Medium and the fit was fine. However, the shirt is rather long-ish, with a curved hem, meant to be tucked in. The length is ideal for taller folks. The shirt is a light poly-blend, a good choice for summer. I personally prefer poly-blend work shirts because they resist tearing, snags, odor and dry quickly compared to pure cotton and pure polyester work shirts. FOR COMPARISON: I am medium build with wide, beefy shoulders (50 inch circumference), and a 42 inch chest, the Medium size shirt fit was fine. I was able to bear hug myself with this shirt, (something I cannot do in non-workwear medium shirts, even if they fit fine over my torso). If I push out my chest and pull back my arms, the button over my chest pulls, but not to the point of risking popping out the button. I highly recommend this shirt as long as you are mindful of the TRADITIONAL sizing; they are not "modern fit" catering to narrow-shouldered hipsters! ;)

  • 3

    Posted by Bill Arnold on May 28th 2020

    The size doesn't run true. A large size is large plus.