- 100% Cotton
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- 100% cotton, heavyweight
- Triple-stitched main seams
- Button-down collar
- Two-button adjustable cuffs with extended plackets
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A micro-sanded and pre-washed finish makes Carhartt's sandstone twill shirt extra comfortable and soft. Made of 8-ounce, 100% cotton it features a button-down collar, flap chest pockets with button closures and a back center box pleat for ease of movement. Main seams are triple-stitched for durability. Field-Tested 100% cotton, heavyweight Triple-stitched main seams Button-down collar
A micro-sanded and pre-washed finish makes our sandstone twill shirt extra comfortable and soft. Made of 8-ounce, 100% cotton it features a button-down collar, flap chest pockets with button closures and a back center box pleat for ease of movement. Main seams are triple-stitched for durability.
- Department : Womens
- Manufacturer : Carhartt Sportswear - Mens
- Package Dimensions : 14 x 10.7 x 1.4 inches
- ASIN : B000FXSZTU
- Item model number : S09-MDT
- Date First Available : September 22, 2008
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The fabric material is of a lesser quality and thickness , by the 4th washing the fraying at the seems of the arms start to show up. Also in their quest to cut costs they have replaced the nice little logo of dark brown leather on the right side pocket with a Dickies style fabric strip logo.
When I expect quality I am willing to pay for that, and if they are lowering theirs, so should their prices.
Anyway, here are the key points:
Very high quality. The material is VERY thick and sturdy, but also fairly comfortable (for a thick workshirt). It looks and feels like something survivors will be still be wearing after the nuclear apocalypse...
I am normally between a large and X-large, depending on the cut of the shirt. This large fit me like my daddy's shirt when I was 10. To say this thing is generously sized is an understatement. Even after being washed, I didn't notice any shrinking. I have a shirt jac from Legendary Whitetails (size large) and I think this shirt actually fits me bigger than that. Given the thickness and size of the shirt, I'll probably wear it as a shirt jac in the winter when I am working outside and don't want to mess up my nice jackets.
I have to give pretty low marks here. The shirt looks comical on me. It is very bulky, large and due to the thickness of the material, it sits on my body strangely. Maybe it will break in better over time, but for now I wouldn't wear this out of the house other than to do yard work (or unbuttoned as a shirt jac).
I'll probably wear it very rarely and don't plan to buy another. If you are a viking, it might fit right - otherwise, consider sizing down. I realize a work shirt is functional and not for fashion - however, I own other work shirts (for example RIGGS from Wrangler) that are durable, fit correctly, look good and are much more reasonably priced. While it is a quality shirt, I think you are really paying a premium for the Carhartt name.
The fabric is a perfect thickness that achieves long-lasting sturdiness without being overwhelming or heavy. I haven't had the need just yet but I have no doubt this shirt will layer well beneath a jacket and be very comfortable.
I got to wear the shirt this past weekend while four-wheeling around Snowshoe PA. The first night was sub 40s and this shirt (with a light beer jacket) kept me warm late into the night as we did maintenance on our machines. The next day I added a medium weight thermal layer beneath the shirt and I was snug as a bug riding in 45-55* temps (and sparse showers) in the Rzr 800.\
The leather Carhartt patch is a great touch that is missed on some of their other products and significantly reinforces the hardy feel of the shirt.
Con? The washing instructions state "wash separately" but that's only really a problem if you don't have 5 or 6 (which I soon will). Washing a single shirt though is somewhat problematic.
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to review it would be unfair to Carhartt as it's probably a good shirt for its own description, but not what I expected.
If I review Amazon about this then 1 star cause it's not what I expected from the description on the site. Its my money and I can be as fussy as I want.