- 63% Cotton, 37% Polyester
- Machine Wash
- Flannel lined and rugged cotton suede look
- Features antique brass Legendary snaps
- Legendary Signature Buck applique
- Double needle stitching and hand warmer side pockets
- The sizing of this item is built larger for extra layering. We recommend ordering a size down for a closer fit to your regular size.
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We added a flannel lining to our popular weathered cotton ’leather’ shirt to build this one-of-a-kind shirt jac. The rugged cotton suede look comes with an unexpected softness. Features side hand warmer pockets, antique brass Legendary snaps, Signature Buck appliqué, and triple needle stitching. Cotton/poly blend.
**The sizing of this item is built larger for extra layering. We recommend ordering a size down for a closer fit to your regular size.**
- Flannel lined
- Rugged cotton suede look
- Features antique brass Legendary snaps
- Signature Buck appliqué
- Triple needle stitching and hand warmer side pockets
Big & Tall sizes are designed for men over 6'2" and add 2" in body length and 1-1⁄2" in sleeve length
Material: Shell - 63% Cotton and 37% Polyester | Body Lining - 100% Cotton | Sleeve Lining - 100% Nylon
Wash: Machine wash cold with like colors. Use non-chlorine bleach if needed. Tumble dry low. Cool iron if needed.
- Package Dimensions : 16 x 12 x 1.7 inches; 1.77 Pounds
- Item model number : 6723 CPRT SML
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : September 1, 2020
- Manufacturer : Legendary Whitetails
- ASIN : B0846PMGTN
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This jacket was listed as 100% cotton lined for both sleeves and body. As you can see from my pictures, that was a lie.
Which is too bad, I liked it otherwise.
1 star for your lies.
The large fits well with my medium weight hoodie underneath, had just enough room for movement where I didn't feel like it was too tight--or too lose (see attached photos). It fit well enough without the hoodie as well. If I would have gotten an XL as I normally would, then the fit, indeed, would have been a little too loose for my liking. For reference, I am between 5'11" and 6 feet tall, weigh 200 lbs, have 53.5 inch shoulders, 47 inch chest and 33 inch waist (shoulders, chest and waist measured in circumference).
If you are someone who likes a much looser fit and/or has a larger belly, however, whereas your stomach juts out farther than your chest, I would recommend getting your usual size--at least. This shirt jacket is more streamlined in the midsection than what many other shirt jackets are, so if you have a larger stomach area and went a size down, this shirt jacket will probably be a bit too tight for you. This I know:
After I purchasing mine and after wearing it a bit, I bought another one for my stepfather. Unlike me, he has smaller shoulders. . .and a larger belly. He normally takes a L for his jackets, but since this shirt jacket runs a little large, I opted for a M. It didn't fit. It was OK for him in the shoulders, but the midsection wouldn't button over his larger belly. I returned it and got a large for him, which then did fit over his belly, but barely.
This shirt jacket does have side pockets and one inside up by the chest area for a smart phone, wallet or whatever. One thing I must say about the side pockets, is that they are awkwardly placed. The manufacturer put the side pockets right on the seams where the front and back parts of the shirt jacket are sewn together, and so the pockets are a bit farther back from where typical side pockets would be -- from my experience anyway. If you want to use them to warm your hands, you better have flexible shoulders.
Also about the pockets. . .not the side ones, but the inside pocket up by the chest: Some people have commented that the Velcro is overly strong and thus there are some concerns of tearing the inner liner when pulling open the pocket. Yes, it is strong, like most new Velcro is, but. . .if you grab each part of the Velcro with your hands and close and open it a couple of hundred times (this may sound like a lot work, but I did so in only a couple of minutes), the Velcro will loosen up. . .and considerably.
One thing I am not happy with, is that some of the snap buttons are weak -- very weak. The snap buttons are metal and look sturdy, but a few of them would not stay snapped together. They would pop open with minimal effort. Thankfully, though, not all of them are so wimpy -- just a few of them -- so for most part, the shirt jacket stayed partially buttoned.
In all, this is a nice looking, feeling and sturdy shirt jacket which is warm, keeps out the wind and does go well with a light to medium weight hoodie underneath. And another plus is that it also goes on and off easily because of the nylon-lined sleeves. But because of the weakness of some of the snap buttons and the extreme side placement of the side pockets, I cannot give this more than four stars.
I've been wearing this shirt jacket for approximately 18 months now, during Fall and Winter mostly, and it has held up well. It has endured a lot of abuse during that time, and it still looks good--no tears, no scratches, no coming undone at the seams. But. . .as I stated before, those darn snap buttons sure could be a lot stronger. Many times while I was out doing something strenuous, like cutting brush or shoveling a lot of snow, I looked down and saw the bottom half of the jacket unbuttoned. I don't know if I got a bad batch of buttons, or if the rest of these shirt jackets are this way. It is a minor complaint, but it does get a little annoying when working hard and then constantly having to rebutton the jacket.
And as for how warm it is during winter. . .I'm impressed. With the configuration of clothing I have shown in my photos (tee-shirt, long sleeve denim shirt, medium weight hoodie and this jacket) , I've been good in -25 to -30 temperatures (and that is not including the windchill), that is, as long as I stay active. My face and hands were another matter, though. . .
I would like to be able upgrade my rating for this jacket, for the overall quality of this shirt jacket is high and it is also very warm. But the weakness of the snap buttons prevents me from rating it better than what I originally did.
Been two and a half years of wearing this jacket. . .and it is still in very good shape. The metal snap buttons, however, have really weakened to the point that they come undone just by bending over. Such a shame, for it weakens the overall quality and appeal of this jacket.
It came well packed, snapped up and folded in a clear plastic bag. As I unsnapped the shirt to try it on two of the snaps fell apart in my hands. "Are you f****** kidding me" I uttered as pieces of the new shirt rolled in between the floorboards. Further inspection of the shirt revealed other snaps were misaligned, and stitching misplaced.
I'm returning this for a refund without even getting to try it on, and I recommend you look elsewear for a quality, heavy outer shirt. I'll stick to my South American mountain range brand.
I bought one for me, size XL. Send my photo.
Having had this jacket for almost a year now, that first day turned out to be a slow one. Great jacket, do recommend.
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Overall I'm pretty happy with it and probably would buy it again, especially if it was made cell phone friendly.
CON: Gromet fasteners are absolutely horrible, lost ability to fasten after 3 days of use, nearly made me regret the purchase. Next time just use simple riveted hooks, theyre cheaper and just as easy to put in on the stamping machine. I personally altered the design by removing the gromets and installing hooks in about 1hr work and now its perfect.
I would pay $50 or even $100 for same material jacket with a better fastener, either zipper or button or hook.
You saved what, $5 by going with gromets? Come on.
As other reviewers mentioned, the company wasn't exactly forthcoming in stating that the flannel lining doesn't extend down the arms, but they did add a different interior material for the sleeves, which feels nice.
It's a really comfortable jacket, and apart from my skepticism about the long term durability of the snaps, it seems to be very well constructed. Maybe more of a fashion piece than something you'd wear into the bush expecting rigorous performance from. Remember there are no lower torso pockets like most jackets of a similar style will include.
It's too bad (from my perspective that) these guys are a "hunting" brand, but it is what it is. They make good clothing.