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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought this for my husband and he loves it. I don't really do patterns and plads but this shirt (Heave To) is very mellow. I really liked it. And the fabric is light so it's great for kickin it around the house or out on the trail.
I'm a sucker for Patagonia and this shirt didn't disappoint. Light textured fabric keeps you very cool in the summer heat. And I don't own an iron so this shirt is perfect, never wrinkles. I am 6'2" ~180 and the Large fits great.
Best Shirt for Bali
Took this shirt along for a ride on scooters, across jungles and into the wilds of Indonesia last year. Kept me cool in the hottest and most humid of conditions, never had to iron it once and it didn't even get smelly after weeks of use. Looks casual with a board under your arm or nice with a glass of wine at a candle light dinner.
Killer short sleeve button up
Love the weight and feel of this shirt. It is lightweight, and has a unique texture to the fabric. Breathes well for spring/summer months. Can be dressed up with cords and a belt, or worn casual untucked with shorts while hanging out. I'm 5'9" 180 and the Medium fits me perfectly.
2013 XL regular fit sizing way off
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I just received three of the 2013 Puckerware shirts, in XL regular fit, and someone messed up the cut of the material for the arms this year. If you measure the edge of the arm sleeve it's almost two inches less than last years XL regular fit version which fit great for a person with an athletic build like myself. It's very noticeable when you put the shirt on, tight in the shoulder area, and uncomfortable. The angle of the arm sleeve is also about 10 degrees off last years. The 2011 and 2012 XL regular fit match up exactly when place over one another. The 2013 of the same size isn't even close. I noticed that this year's 2013 Puckerware was made in Sri Lanka, where the 2011 and 2012 versions were made in Thailand. It's really
surprising that a mistake this bad could be made for a high quality shirt like this.
With such a great color selection this year it's sad to me that I'm going to have to
send these back. The '09, '10, '11 and '12 Puckerware shirts all fit great.