Columbia Sportswear Men's Bonehead Long Sleeve Shirt
|Price:||$19.40 - $69.98|
- 100% Cotton
- Rold Holder on Chest
- Vented in Back
- Roll-Up Sleeves
- Utility Loop
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Top Customer Reviews
Columbia makes some fantastic shirts, but make sure to order the appropriate size. I am 5’10”, 195 lbs, and would typically wear a Large in most similar styled (button-up) shirts, but I have to get a Medium in Columbia PFG shirts. (The Medium is still a moderately loose fit, as the Large is like a tent on me). Tip number two is that because these shirts are on different sizing scale, many get returned to the Amazon Warehouse, so keep an eye for Amazon Warehouse deals on these shirts (see tips to finds the easiest way to compare prices across sizes and colors at the conclusion of this review). I have tried the Tamiami II, Bahama II, and Bonehead (AND new Blood & Guts III – see below for updated comparison including the BG3 series) versions of the Columbia PFG shirts, and have been mostly pleased with all of them. Below I have noted the differences in these styles, for those trying to decide which shirt they may prefer.
TAMIAMI II STYLE (POLY)
The Tamiami II (T2) and the Blood & Guts III (BG3) are my favorite of the aforementioned PFG styles. The main difference between each of these styles is material. The T2 & BG3 are 100% polyester (liner and exterior), the Bahama II (Ba2) is nylon (with poly liner), and the Bonehead (BH) is poplin cotton (with poly liner). The T2 is the thinnest/lightest (most breathable) material of the three styles, has a slightly shinier appearance, and is probably the most wrinkle resistant of the three (as the fabric is less rigid that the nylon Bahama II or cotton Bonehead). (Update 7/11/16 – The Blood & Guts series is also breathable polyester similar to the Tamiami with a slightly different styling, and stain resistant fabric. See update at end of review for full comparison.Read more ›
Very comfortable, the mesh lining inside with the back vents really allow for a cool wearing shirt even in hot humid weather.
The Sunset Red is more of a dark rich salmon color. I say this as I was expecting a deep Moab, Utah rusty rock look and instead it is less rusty with a bit more pink. However! It is still a gorgeous color! Looks great with a dark grey t-shirt: Gildan DryBlend 50 Cotton/50 DryBlend Poly T-Shirt-XL (Dark Heather)
Hubby also has the Commando color, it is a blue-fir green, not teal and not evergreen. He loves it, too. Both fit exactly as a large should fit. Not too snug in his slightly bulging belly, not too tight on his medium framed arms.
It is a lightweight shirt, with vents for cooling. Great pockets to hold his field work items, like sample bottles, cell phone, note pad/pen, and easy access emergency kit essentials (bandaids, fire starter, etc).
Tip: Roll up the sleeves and secure them BEFORE putting the shirt on. Much easier!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Medium size is more like an XL T-Shirt size. Cut is baggy, and very wide through the torso. Had to return.
Sunset red color, is muted and washed out, not very vibrant.
Just what my husband wanted for being out in the sun, not just for fishing.Published 1 day ago by Nana
Husband loved it - fits well, color is true to the photo, and it washes well, too. I will be ordering other colors of this item!Published 3 days ago by Angela Loves Books
great shirts they are so comfy i have had alot of them they are awesomePublished 3 days ago by dewey
I typically where an extra large but after reading the reviews I ordered a large. The sleeve length is good but the shirt is too long. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Alan Blankenship
I have had a couple of these shirts in past. Really like them. Got this one expecting same performance. Not so. They changed the material. Read morePublished 6 days ago by JP