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A techy-casual button-down shirt for life on the trail.

Even a long day on trail, the Arc’Teryx Peakline Long-Sleeve Shirt looks classy. The lightweight Verdi fabric is made up of a smooth blend of cotton and corn-derived fibers called Sorona. Aside from a trim fit that lets doesn’t impede your mobility in the mountains, the Peakline helps wick your sweat and reduce wrinkles in case you take a date out on the trail.

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5 5

Clean Lines & Comfy, Tapered Fit

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Huge fan of this shirt. Soft, durable material that feels like it'll stand the test of a few hundred trips through the washing machine.
Shirt has a nice cut with lines that taper just below the chest (very slightly). Cuffs are a little narrower than I expected, but they still fit great around the wrist.
I'm 5'11, 165 with an athletic / slender build and I wear a size M.

4 5

slim fit, sharp.

I believe this shirt is AT's slimfit lineup. I'm 6'0" and 170lbs and the medium fits perfect. The fabric feels nice and its perfect for looking PRO in the office. I'm not sure why the product description mentions it being nice for "a long day on the trail"... this shirt has no outdoor pretenses, save that the fabric *might* be sort-of techy, but really its just a nice shirt.

5 5

Damn I look good in this

Got the XL. I'm 6'4", 215, and the thing fits me perfectly everywhere. I love Arc'teryx for fitting the long a lean a lot of the time. Clothes are so hard to find for us.

I also ordered the Ridgeline shirt and that's going back. Too baggy and short. This shirt is way better for my body type.

2 5

superb fit and beautiful fabric... BUT poor durability

The unthinkable happened yesterday: an Arc'teryx product failed me. Without warning the right elbow ripped out when I was at my desk at work; i was merely bending my arm. I've worn this shirt for 3 months and only in casual situations. I love the fit/patterning of this shirt and the fabric is beautiful looking but it is not durable. I'm surprised that Arc'teryx has this listed for rock-climbing.

Anyways, if this shirt kept the same patterning but employed a durable fabric I would easily give it five stars.