- 100% Polyester
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- This regular-fit golf polo shirt is crafted from a quick-dry moisture-wicking knit and features three button placket and open-bottom hem
- Lightweight performance quick-dry fabric wicks moisture to help keep you dry and provides UPF sun protection ranging from UPF 20 – UPF 40 depending on color selected*
- Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
- Model is 6'2" and wearing size Medium
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An Amazon brand - This regular-fit golf polo shirt is crafted from a quick-dry moisture-wicking knit and features three button placket and open-bottom hem
- Package Dimensions: 14.29 x 11.18 x 1.34 inches
- Item model number: F16AE40001
- Date First Available: July 8, 2018
- ASIN: B06XWMJFGG
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UPDATE 3/27/2017: I have sent this shirt through the washer AND dryer 3 times now and it still fits perfect. It did not shrink or become uncomfortable like other shirts I have bought in the past. I would definitely recommend this shirt and I hope Amazon releases new styles/patterns soon to have more of a variety. I'd replace my entire wardrobe with these shirts.
These definitely run large. I'm 6'2" and 200 pounds, overall kind of scrawny but with a modest spare tire around the middle. What I hate about buying shirts is that medium usually looks like it's spray painted on, and large flaps around me like a mainsail, with sleeves so huge that I look like a kid wearing dad's shirt. I ordered these in medium and they are just what I want. Not clinging to me around the belly at all, but not yards and yards of extra fabric. The sleeves have some extra room--maybe even a bit more extra than I'd prefer--but I don't look ridiculous.
I was on the fence whether to order large. Glad I didn't! I bought some Arizona medium polo shirts in a store recently, and got large--they are if anything smaller than these!
One other thing, these are plenty long enough. Another thing I hate about buying mediums is when they are just short enough to expose part of my belly. No problem with this shirt.
Because you see, this guy's sleeves actually come down to your inner elbow. The way polos USED to do before someone thought it was a good idea to make "smedium" sleeves. Ugh
About the only thing I don't like is that it's 100% polyester, rather than a blend. As a result, it's on the thinner side. Consider a wife beater or something underneath for maximum comfort.
EDIT: another thing specific to white/light colors, they stain easily and the stains don't come out easily. Likely a material issue.
These run a little big, which I think is a good thing. I ordered an XL to try one out and it was too big. I kept it to wear on the weekends since it was such a nice shirt. I ordered 5 more size L shirts in varying colors to wear to work.
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An XL is larger than a brooks brother's XL
If you think you need an XL you probably need an L. I'm 6'5" 265 lbs and the XL was too big for me in the waist and shoulders.
The seams look good and the 3 buttons button up without being too tight around the neck.
Pay attention to the sizing guide. I normally wear a large, but the guide indicates a 40'' chest is a medium for this shirt. The medium fits well.
Not a huge fan of the way the front of the collar rests flat on you, without propping up even the slightest. Also the button part extends downwards a bit more than ideal.
But again, 20 dollar shirt. I bought 3 in different colors to cycle at work. Will maybe buy more