- 100% Cotton
- Adjustable closure
- Machine Wash, Tumble Dry
- 100% Cotton (60% Cotton /40% Polyester - Carbon Heather, Dark Cobalt Blue Heather) (90% Cotton/10% Polyester - Heather Grey)(99% Cotton/1% Polyester - Ash)
- Generously cut sizing, tends to run big
- Made in multiple countries (DO-Dominican Republic,GT-Guatemala,HN -Honduras,HT-Haiti,MX- Mexico,VN- Vietnam)
- Left-chest pocket with sewn-on Carhartt label
- Machine wash warm - like colors
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Carhartt's short sleeve work wear pocket t-shirt is an all-purpose work shirt that is perfect in warm weather or for layering when it gets cold. it’ s made of 6.75-ounce, 100% cotton jersey knit and features a rib-knit collar and a left chest pocket. it's also been designed with side-seamed construction to minimize twisting and maximize comfort. ash fiber content is 99% cotton / 1% polyester. heather gray fiber content is 90% cotton / 10% polyester.
Nuestra camiseta de bolsillo debutó en 1992, y su resistente diseño de algodón y aspecto limpio la hicieron rápidamente una favorita entre la gente trabajadora que se la puso. Aunque las décadas y las tendencias han llegado y desaparecido, hay una razón por la que la camiseta K87 sigue siendo un clásico. Esta camiseta para hombre está hecha con algodón pesado elaborado para manejar los días difíciles en el trabajo. Tiene un ajuste original que te da espacio para moverte y una sensación suave que solo mejora con el tiempo.
- Item model number : K87-ASH
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : April 8, 2004
- Manufacturer : Carhartt
- ASIN : B0007XFB4U
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By MX27 on June 17, 2020
By Bogz_1371 on June 12, 2020
The XLT fits me great in the summer and the 2XLT fits me in the winter after I’ve put on a few lbs after thanksgiving. The tall sizes are spot on and it only took me 40 years to find a shirt that fits properly. Also they are a thick heavy shirt so they work great for me, for work and out and about.
At 17 bucks it’s literally a steal, I would highly, highly recommend!!!
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Will wait to wear this shirt until baggy clothes become the trend again- or I’ll regift to a larger person.
Reviewed in Canada on June 10, 2020
¿No te quieres parecer a Action Bronson?
Una playera no te define campeón eres único, irrepetible y vales mil 5/5
For those wondering - yes sizing does run a bit larger. You may want to size down depending on your body type. I have wider shoulders but a very narrow waist with a more athletic frame. I generally wear a men's medium but may need to push to a large depending on the shoulders/neck. With the recommendations by other reviewers I actually went down to a Small and it fit fairly well. If you are broader in the shoulders and thicker build you may get away with exact sizing or may want to go a size down, if you are simply "tall" and not necessarily broad - sizing down may be the better option. The shirts are longer intentionally so keep that in mind - they can be loose or tucked in but are intended to prevent you from showing off your mid drift or back when bending/stretching.
Now sizing aside, I did not care for the design and quality of the shirt at all. I ordered two of the same shirts 1 Port and 1 Peat. The shirts were made in two different countries and this was clearly apparent in the quality and materials used. The Peat seemed to be the thicker of the two, whereas the Port was considerably thinner and lighter. So I don't know how much reliability there is in claiming these are 6.75 oz shirts. As well the cotton simply felt like regular big box store "budget" cotton. There was absolutely nothing special about the cotton it felt like a generic cotton shirt and even slightly stiff/scratchy. I have shirts that have retailed only a couple bucks that have a heavier cotton and thicker material with a softer feel.
Another thing that was annoying was that the design and length of the sleeves (long) caused the shirt pull/lift up and bunch in the shoulders every single time you raised your arms to parallel or higher. Seemed odd to me that a shirt designed for movement and workwear would be such a hassle to move and work in. Now this could possibly be reduced by a few washes and a fair bit of fabric softener and "breaking" the shirt in over a longer period of time but that seems counterproductive to have to breakdown a shirt that's supposed to last you a long time. Again I've had many shirts that have never done that and I've not needed to break them in.
On a positive note I will say the stitching seems fairly robust, you get multiple seams along the base, neck and sleeves. And whether it's for workwear or "fashion" the Carhartt sewn on patch gives a nice premium look to the clothing.
Overall, at ~55$ for 2 shirts I wouldn't personally recommend these. I'm sure their few USA made products and the quality of their products a decade prior hold up but my with my initial experience not so much. If Carhartt opens up manufacturing in the USA/Canada as opposed to importing/outsourcing labour to several countries I feel like that would improve the quality control as well as using better materials to start with. Also I don't see why they can't just size true fit and then recommend people go up a size for "increased" mobility. Calling a "large" a medium just makes it confusing and more of pain when ordering online.