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Long hair not required, but it certainly increases your street and trail cred.

Yes, it's hard to imagine the annual pre-spring prep of your camp gear, summer backpack adventures, or trip to Seattle without your beloved flannel, but there's cooler, faster drying, and incredibly breathable hope. It's called the Columbia Men's Silver Ridge Plaid Shirt and it features subtle venting on the back and ultraviolet sun protection within the fibers. So, when it's time to get dirty or finally visit the home of '90s gritty rock on a sticky summer day, roll up the sleeves, fasten the cuffs with the button tab holders, and let the Silver Ridge Plaid Shirt do what it does ... keep you cool and comfortable.

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3 5

Good concept Ok delivery

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

The shirt is light, breathable and very packable. Seems good after initial usage very worried about long term use. Size is also an issue cut one size small it seems.

3 5

Great shirt but stitching not durable.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I love this shirt it fits, looks and feels great. But the stitching under the collar came undone after the first time I wore it. looking at some of the other seams it would only take one stitch to break and there's a hole! Come on Columbia I expect a whole lot more from your design...

Prioduct talk - Silver Ridge Plaid LS shirt

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here's a little ditty about this one from a product line manager