|Fits as expected||
- 100% Cotton
- Zipper closure
- Machine Wash
- 9.5-ounce, 100% cotton hickory stripe denim
- Spread collar with button closure and 8-inch zipper
- Two chest pockets
- Original fit
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The tough-as-nails logging shirts of the pacific northwest inspired the rugged construction of the carhartt hickory stripe shirt. Built of durable 9.5-ounce, 100% cotton hickory stripe denim, it features a spread collar with button closure and an 8-inch zipper. Two chest pockets with flaps and button closures provide secure storage, and two-button adjustable cuffs help ensure a great fit.
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0085TF5BM
- Item model number: 100092
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 5, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Fit is a generous cut so no need to go up a size....if your one of those people like me who hover between sizes (XL or 2XL in my case), you might want to go smaller rather than larger. The XL fit me great, and I will more often go 2XL on a shirt , depending on the cut. This is a real work shirt , and real work shirts are typically cut generous to allow for freedom of movement and to avoid binding. If you are long limbed , you may want to go with a tall size just to get the extra sleeve length.
These are great quality shirts and typically last for many seasons of rough use, so I recommend them ...whether you are gonna try to pick up hillbilly girls at the car races ,. or just need a good work shirt that won't fall apart on you the first time you break a sweat in it.
i wish that more or solid colors were available.
because of the heavier fabric, it does get very warm very quickly. i'd call this more of a 3 season shirt, and just park it in a dresser for the summer.
if they made a lighter-weight version, i'd get that one too.
cigars don't burn through it, stains don't show up readily, and dogs don't wrinkle it. i couldn't be happier.
I spent $40 for this shirt and all I get is it good story to tell at work about what products to avoid.
It took almost a month but Carhartt finally sent a replacement shirt. It was the wrong size...so it gets sent back. I called their service department. The woman there was very nice and said she would expedite the exchange. It has been 4 days and they have not sent a shipping label via email yet. A shirt I bought in early October may finally be here by early January.
And the Odyssey continues... it's been over a week now still have not heard from Carhartt. I gave them a call, only to find that they didn't have my correct email address. Here's an irony, I I have been getting an email from them every single day... And unsubscribing almost has often. So, I can't get them to stop using my correct email address, and I can't get them to use my correct email address. The damn thing is I still like their products. Their tech support needs a little help.
My shirt is here! Here's the whole story: https://youtu.be/Fmf9lplxznI
I originally ordered the "large" because of several reviews indicating the sizes run big. I received it no problems but when I put on, it really felt tight around the arms and chest, however along the midsection it fit well. Because it was so restrictive to movement, I returned for an X-Large and while it fits very well on the shoulder and chest and allows for comfortable movement, the midsection is "HUGE" several additional inches of material.
I have a number of Carhartt products and find that I frequently need to wear different sizes depending in the product.
My advice regarding Carhartt products is to try them on if at all possible, and balance appearance and function as you see fit.